Title: Heart Trouble
Dr. Erin Taylor would rather be strapped to a gurney in her ER than prowling Jacksonville’s newest nightclub in a tight dress and high heels. Forced to do that very thing after losing a bet to a friend, she’s surprised by the sparks flying between her and sexy police detective Sean Rembert.
Sean is supposed to be scoping the bar for leads that might help him catch a serial killer, not letting his neglected libido lead him astray. But the minute he sees the gorgeous blonde headed his direction, all thoughts of work go out the window. Until he discovers Erin is a possible target.
Their connection is red-hot and undeniable, but Erin is in serious danger and Sean will do anything in his power to protect her. Passion explodes between them, then a secret destroys it. Can they overcome the hurt and resentment to find their way back to each other before the killer closes in?
Author: Jenny Lyn
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Published: August 13, 2013
Genres: Erotic Romance
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Erin is a busy ER doctor that doesn’t have a lot of time fore relationships. After losing a bet with her best friend, she goes to a club in a short, tight dress to find a man to buy her a drink. While she is there she meets a sexy cop, Sean. One think leads to another and soon Erin is the possible victim of a serial rapist targeting women in the city. Sean steps in as a member of the task force to stay with her for her protection and for personal reasons as well.
I really liked Erin and Sean as a couple. They make the statement that opposites usually attract but in their case it seems to be the opposite. They have quite a lot in common and since they both have such hectic schedules with their careers, it gives them a nice base to start out on. The story takes place over about a week but since they are together so much it seems like longer. They spend days together getting to know one another and I really could see the connection building between these characters. It helped that they had very hot sex often. Taking turns experimenting with very light bondage and Sean even breaks out Erin’s sex toys.
There was a good balance of plot and character development in this story. I liked how the focus was on the characters but the suspense did push the story along. I would have liked to read about these characters longer but I felt the story had a very nice flow to it and it wasn’t drawn out just to make the book longer. The secondary characters were very interesting and would make nice spin off characters if Lyn decides to make this a series.
This is my first book by Lyn but I really enjoyed it. Her characters were real and well developed. I laughed at Erin’s boldness mixed with her shyness. I was saddened by her back story and how that shaped her life. Sean was very well developed as well. He is very confident in his life and has no problem taking control in the bedroom. Or giving it up when Erin needs to take the lead. The sex scenes were numerous and hot but, I felt, very tasteful. They added to the story and weren’t just sexual filler. You can see through the scenes the characters connecting and communicating their growing feelings for each other. I will definitely be looking for more works by this author.
Jenny Lyn is a writer of naughty stories and a lover of all things southern. She lives in a tiny town in north-central Florida that’s wedged between the historic Suwannee River and the beautiful Gulf of Mexico. It’s hot, sticky, and full of mosquitoes the size of Hummingbirds, but she wouldn’t have it any other way. When she’s not pecking away on her laptop, she’s reading, going to the movies with her husband, or taking her teenage son to see one of their favorite rock bands in concert. She can be found rambling about everything from Elvis to moonshine at her website: http://www.authorjennylyn.com, and often saying inappropriate things on Twitter @Jennylynwrites.
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