3 stars · Contemporary · Contemporary · Random House Publishing Group - Loveswept · Romance

Dangerous

★★★

22890016[1]By Patricia Rosemoor

Chicago homicide detective Camille Martell will stop at nothing to track down “Angel,” a sexual predator who has already butchered two young victims—even after her off-the-books investigation leads to her suspension. But when her relentless attempts to contact Angel online puts her teenage neighbor in mortal danger, Camille’s worst fears are realized. Panicked and overwhelmed with guilt, Camille needs help—even if it comes from the one man she swore she’d do anything to forget.
 
After serving time for a trumped-up charge, private investigator Drago Nance doesn’t trust cops. Nothing will change that, not even the steamy weekend with Camille that burned itself into his memory. But with an innocent girl’s life at stake, Drago can’t ignore the need in Camille’s eyes, or the heated promise in her touch. He agrees to help—if she’s willing to play by his rules. He just never suspected that seducing his partner could be just as thrilling as chasing a madman.

My review

I’m really torn what rating to give. Straight after finishing the book, I added it to Goodreads with four stars but I had no time to write a review. Now, a few days later I have the time but I can’t remember a single thing from the book. It feels wrong to give a four star rating to a book that left absolutely no impression neither good nor bad (I do remember two things: the sex scenes were hot and I skipped a few pages once in while …). I might do a re-read at a later time, but for now three stars it is.

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22890016-dangerous

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