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Monday, October 17, 2011

Undercover Lovers by Dee Carney, Chloe Cole, Cari Quinn, Dee Tenorio

Undercover Lovers by Dee Carney, Chloe Cole, Cari Quinn, Dee Tenorio
Publisher: All Romance eBooks
Genre: Contemporary
Length Full Length (223 pgs)
Other: M/F, Spanking
Rating: 5 cherries
Reviewed by Anemone

Undercover Lovers

Who’s undercover?

Shane Madison – Dead sexy private eye posing as a Strippendale’s dancer
Tucker Lamb – Smooth as butter former conman posing as nerdy professor
Saffron Burton – Sensual food critic posing as just another customer
Katrina Killian – Brazenly sexual cop posing as a gang member

Four ultra-sexy stories by four great authors, with one theme.

They’re sneaky and no one can know who they are. They won’t forget their missions, even for a gorgeous face. They’ll do anything to get their jobs done, even if it means hitting the sheets to keep their cover.

Undercover Lovers is an anthology by four authors about men and women going undercover to get their jobs done. I was expecting stories about secret agents but instead every story had a theme where one of the people had a secret identity. Whether it was a former con man, food critic, private eye or a cop, they all had a hidden agenda but falling in love was too hard to resist and quite a unique twist.

With anthologies, there are typically a couple stories I skim over, but that wasn't the case with this one. Each story here was a page turner. The sex was always hot and heavy, well written, appropriate and descriptive. The heroes were hot and the heroines were spunky. I became involved with each couple and enjoyed their road to love each time.

All the stories were hot reads and this anthology did what it was supposed to: I enjoyed it so much that I found myself curious about all the authors. The writing was so strong, the stories so interesting that I’ll definitely be going into their backlist to check them out.

Undercover Lovers is on my keeper shelf and I look forward to re-reading and throughly enjoying these stories in the future.

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