"Danger and love are found in the Big Easy."
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted December 21, 2013
Erotica | Romance
Zara Robinson and other women had been victims of car break-
ins and no one is doing anything about it. This wasn't the
welcome she wants to her new life but she is ready to face
the BIG BAD EASY herself if need be. So she does a little
investigating and goes to the precinct to find out why
nothing is being done. She wants closure for herself and
the other victims and she wants it now.
Jameson Kelly is a burned out cop ready to hang it up and
go for an early retirement, but has second thoughts when
tall, beautiful Zara walks into the precinct with a
complaint. One more case won't hurt him; it seems to be a
straightforward fairly easy one. It also just might involve
getting a little closer to the blonde Amazon.
Zara is certainly intrigued with Detective Kelly. He's
everything she likes in a man ... he's big and despite being
a cop he has that air of bad about him. She has no way of
knowing that the clues that are found will lead to
something much bigger than simple break-ins. Something that
puts her and Jameson right in the line of fire.
BIG BAD EASY is a strong, romantic mystery with just the
right touches of romance and sexual innuendo made real. I
enjoyed the fast pace of this book, the characters were
quickly but efficiently introduced and the reader is
rapidly sucked into the action. Jameson and Zara are a
perfectly matched couple, she is ex-military and he is an
almost burned out cop who likes his women blonde and tough.
As a non-exerciser I was exhausted a number of times just
reading how the couple were so into keeping fit, but it was
something that drew them together. I also enjoyed the feel
of the Big Easy that came through on each page, so much so
that I found myself wishing for a beignet. I will certainly
be looking for more from author Ursula Whistler.
A grueling unsolved murder case is the tipping point for
detective Jameson Kelly. He's ready to hang up his holster
for early retirement when Zara Robinson walks in to his
precinct, the victim of a car break-in. She's everything
Jameson likes in a woman—tall, blonde, beautiful and
athletic. More than enough woman to take him down and make
him beg for more. One more case can't hurt to help pass the
time, especially one he knows he can solve.
Zara is a woman who knows what she needs, and top of her
list is closure on this spree of car break-ins. And there's
Jameson—he's big with an air of bad despite being a cop and
all man. Man enough to easily make her feel soft and
womanly. But when clues to the theft lead to something
bigger, she's glad to have his brains as well as his skills
on her side.
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