Kira Archer combines humor and heat in this fun and sexy contemporary romance. Gina Silvano bursts on to the page and keeps the reader engaged until the last word. I don’t believe I’ve ever read a romance where the heroine was mistaken for a peeping Tom, but it just fits for Gina. She’s a determined woman who takes life into her own hands and doesn’t seem to rely on anyone. Which isn’t always a good thing. I loved her spirit and her sleight of hand.
Officer Rick Boyd is possibly the sexiest Boy Scout I’ve ever come across. His devotion to duty and his stalwart commitment to the rules are a breath of fresh air. Watching the two clash is a pleasure and when their personalities influence one another it is wonderful. Seeing how committed he is to the law and how wary she is of it leaves their relationship in great doubt. Yet their connection is so strong that I found myself holding my breath to see what would become of them.
I loved the supporting characters as they revealed so much about the lead pair simply by their interactions. If you enjoy a story that leaves you smiling and fanning yourself this one is a great choice.
Gina Silvano knows her ex is responsible for vandalizing her bakery truck so she takes it upon herself to catch him in the act. How was she to know she would be reported as a peeping Tom? Officer Rick Boyd is just doing his job when he meets the beautiful and intriguing Gina and soon finds himself volunteering to help with her stakeouts. Can a straight-laced police officer and a free-spirited rule breaker find their way to a successful relationship?
When Officer Rick Boyd answers a call about a peeping Tom, he doesn’t expect to find a gorgeous woman holding the binoculars. But Gina Silvano’s no peeping Tom, and she can catch her cupcake truck’s kinky vandals herself, thank you very much. No sexy cops required.
No matter how hot their stakeouts, by-the-book Officer Boyd can’t see a future with a dangerous, rule-breaking wild-child who despises the law. He’s never felt more alive, though, and expunging her from his heart might be impossible.
But loving each other might cost them more than they are able to give.