Sunday, May 20, 2012
Review: Her Man Flint by Jerri Drennen
*I received this ebook in exchange for an honest review.
Amazon Product Description:
If James Bond and Cleopatra Jones had a daughter, Adriana Kent would kick her ass.
Everything Adriana knows about being a top-notch, undercover agent she's learned from her partner, Flint Morgan, in and out of the sheets. That is, until he's caught between those same bed linens with another woman. Heartbroken, Adriana refuses to forgive him. But when 'the other woman' is found dead in Flint's apartment, she steps up to prove his innocence--he might be a womanizer, but he's no killer.
As Adriana closes in on a suspect, she's kidnapped and sent overseas to a sadistic prince who collects women like priceless pieces of art. Now this tough as nails agent finds herself playing the helpless courtesan to a man hell-bent on breaking her spirit. Flint arrives in the nick of time, dressed as a harem girl, fighting off randy guards and surly camels to rescue Adriana so they can fly back to the states to find a way to exonerate him for murder.
Her Man Flint is well-written, entertaining, easy to read and hard to put down.
It has an intriguing plot and characters that you can invest in. Flint is that man we all look for, but aren't sure we really want to find. Flint and Adriana's "relationship" is challenging because they are both either too proud or too stubborn to admit that they want to be together. The author has also created bad guys that you truly love to hate.
This story takes the reader on a roller coaster ride of emotions, the twists and turns keeping the reader on the edge of the seat until it all comes to a somewhat predictable but heartwarming ending.
I enjoyed the entire story and hope to read more from Jerri Drennen.