Title: Secret Identity
Sienna knows anything can happen when working undercover, but falling for a suspect while in her secret identity has got to be the worst mistake she's ever made.
It was the easiest undercover job Sienna Reynolds had ever got into character for. Used to mostly boring, buttoned-up corporate roles, she could bring her real self out to play and instead of hiding her tats and piercings, they were fully out on display. That, of course, made her instantly recognisable to her sexy dance partner from the club last week when he walks in the door. But Sienna's very good at what she does…and it was no coincidence that she had met him then and runs into him now.
The attraction between them is still off the charts, but Sienna has a job to do and part of that is treating as a suspect everyone associated with the business she's infiltrating. One fact she knows for sure—Greg Mazzeo is keeping a secret too, and she needs to find out what it is as soon as possible.
Author: Stacey Lynn Rhodes
Series: What’s Her Secret?
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Secret Seductress
Published by Totally Bound Source: Publisher
Published: November 22nd 2013
Genres: Romantic Suspense
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Secret Identity, by Stacey Lyn Rhodes, is an enjoyable romantic suspense novella in the What’s Her Secret series.
Undercover detective Sienna Reynolds loves to create different identities for her job. Sienna’s current assignment has her working at a coffee shop to discover its part in a local drug ring. Greg Mazzeo is a delivery driver and suspect whom Sienna has the hots for. Their chemistry is electric, and their bedroom play is hot. Even with the secrets each of them harbors, Sienna and Greg make an intriguing couple. When they do get around to revealing their secrets, I felt that both secrets worked and fit the story well. Unfortunately, the overarching mystery concerning the drug ring and its connection to the coffee shop is not resolved by the end of the story, which I found disappointing.
All in all, Secret Identity is a pleasurable read.