Friday, February 18, 2011

Strong, Sleek and Sinful [Mass Market Paperback]

I've finished "Strong, Sleek and Sinful" the 3rd book in her FBI series by Lorie O'Clare.

Product Description

Special Agent Kylie Donovan knows the evil that men do. After her sister’s murder went unsolved, she decided to work undercover for the FBI. Now, posing as a college student, she hopes to track down an Internet predator who is murdering teenage girls. Using herself as bait, Kylie is sure she can lure the killer out of the shadows…until her fascination with a drop-dead gorgeous cop threatens to blow her whole case.

With a rock hard body and seductive smile, Lieutenant Perry Flynn is a hard man to ignore. He makes it very clear that Kylie’s fierce attraction is mutual. But Kylie can’t afford to let Perry cloud her judgment, especially when she begins to suspect that his dark obsession with the case runs deeper than it should. Then, when disturbing new evidence points to a cop, Kylie wonders if her sinful thoughts about Perry have thrust her into the strong, sleek arms of a killer…

Product Details
Mass Market Paperback: 416 pages
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks; First Edition edition (March 30, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 031294344X
ISBN-13: 978-0312943448

FBI agent Kylie Donovan is undercover to catch an online child predator. Because of her youthful appearance, she is able to pretend to be a college student doing a thesis on teen behavior. Perry Flynn is a police detective that knows there is a connection between the teens popping up missing or murdered in his town but for some reason his chief is blocking him from fully investigating this.

Perry is a dedicated hero and he will do anything to prevent his nieces from ending up a victim. In the age of twitter, blogs and other social websites, he knows his four nieces are vulnerable to the sexual predators who use the internet to lure out young females. He is immediately suspicious of Kylie a college student from Kansas who has befriended Dani, his most rebellious niece.

This has exciting police procedural that focuses on some of the modern day dangers with Internet enticements and stalking.

I liked Perry but he could be a little overprotective of his nieces and shoving the heroine against the wall in anger ( a little too violent for me).

I liked Kylie because she overcame the issues she had and she was a tough girl who could take care of herself and willing to use herself as bait for the rapists/killers.


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