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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

One Good Man

One Good Man by Shara Azod
Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by Violet

Elizabeth is a woman on a mission to find out who is smuggling drugs in weapons shipments. Instead of sending one of the investigators under her command, she goes undercover. This situation is personal and she plans to put a serious hurt on the scum who has disgraced the uniform and endangered lives.

Erik is a hardcore take charge Marine, who has spent years in the field as the commander of his Recon unit. He wants to know two things about the sexy Navy officer who crosses his path—what is she doing in his weapon’s depot and why is she pretending to be a ditzy debutante?

Someone has been smuggling drugs through weapons shipments and Elizabeth Pearson is determined to find out who. She could have sent anyone in to take care of the problem but to Elizabeth, it's very personal. Major Erik Dean Young is a highly decorated marine who is the head of his department and what Erik would like to know is--who is this woman who is trying to act ditzy and what does she want? Elizabeth is a multifacted woman who is damn good at her job. Erik is a stictly by the rules kind of man. The combination of the two is sure to be interesting. From the moment Elizabeth set one perfectly sculpted leg out of the vehicle and their eyes finally connected, Erik knew he was in trouble.

I fell in love with Erik's character the minute I read the first paragraph. I mean, who doesn't love a military man who is hard as nails in personality as well as physically? Elizabeth is Erik's perfect counterpart. She is petite, sassy and brilliant. Together, they brought a an extraordinary amount of sizzle to the story. I couldn't wait for the moment Elizabeth and Erik finally gave in to temptation and let me just tell you that it was HOT! I loved how protective Erik was of Elizabeth whenever he thought she could possibly be in danger or when another man was around. I loved that Elizabeth was enough of a woman that she could take care of herself.

I highly recommend it to anyone who loves an erotic, suspense filled book. I was sitting on the edge of my seat when they were going through the computer trying to find out more about the suspect. I was so wrapped up in the story, I kept thinking "get out of there before you get caught"!

One Good Man is an excellent read. Shara Azod did an exceptional job with these two characters and then again with bringing them together. She knows what the reader wants and I promise you, you will not be disappointed.

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