Sunday, November 21, 2010

South of the Border by Cherie De Sues

Title: South of the Border
Author: Cherie De Sues
Publisher: Noble Romance Publishing
Publication Date: 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60592-166-2
Genre: romance/suspense
Length: 70
Heat Level: spicy
Reviewer: Brecken Stevens
Date: November 20, 2010

Agent Danielle La Rue wants to make a good impression on her first real mission for the DEA but when her anticipated partner is killed, his replacement isn’t exactly what she had in mind. Rick doesn’t follow the rules and when his partner and friend is killed, revenge is square on his mind, even if it puts sexy Danielle in a tough spot. Between rampant emotions, nerves and gun deals, Rick and Danielle find themselves fighting attraction as well.

For the military romance lovers out there, Cherie De Sues needs to go to the top of their ‘must-read’ pile. The romance element is front and center, the two main characters finding their way through their feelings and attraction as they continue to fight and figure out exactly what is happening with the other pieces of the story. South of the Border is an intense read and it’s a good thing it’s not that long because you won’t be able to put it down.  

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the outstanding review for South of the Border! I enjoy novella length stories that allow me to be over-the-top action and intense scenes between characters. If this had been a novel, I'd been exhausted! LOL. So a very kind thank you for your support of my work.



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