Dangerous Proposal by Jessica Lauryn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Reviewing at author's Sept. 21, 2012 request. Review copy provided by author on that date.
Review of Dangerous Proposal by Jessica Lauryn
A complex and multilayered novel of contemporary romantic suspense, “Dangerous Proposal” is populated by numerous villains and good guys; but like driving on a mountain road in fog, sometimes it’s hard to see where you’re going, and difficult to know whom to trust. A bad choice can result in years, or a lifetime, of trouble: just ask protagonists Alec and Lena, both of whom put their trust in the wrong people and have lived to regret it. Of course, living may no longer be the option, as some folks just don’t like to forgive and forget-and some mistakes are irrevocable.
Set in New Hampshire, “Dangerous Proposal” is unusual in that it’s not ascribed to the ordinary big-city, urban fast-moving locales of many suspense novels, but never fear, there’s plenty of suspense, plenty of convolutions, plenty of “steam” and I don’t mean of the locomotive brand either. Readers who like their mystery and thrills served up hot and wild will enjoy “Dangerous Proposal.”
I reviewed an e-book copy provided by the author, Jessica Lauryn, in return for my fair and impartial review.
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