"GOING TOO FAR is not a Blaze; it is an inferno"
As teens in the same neighborhood, Marie Bertelli and Ian
Kilborn had the hots for one another, which finally
consummated with a heated interlude in her house. Their
passion scared each other so much they avoided one another
like the plague ever since.
Eight years later, Marie and Ian practice law when they
both make a court appearance at the same time. They still
cannot resist one another and soon starts a heated affair.
However, her brother has moved in with Marie after being
tossed out of his house by his wife. Ian worries that he
may suffer a few broken bones from her protective family so
he persuades Marie to hide their romance. Meanwhile her
father hires him to represent him against mob criminal
activities. Marie wants more from her beloved so she
forces the issue of a permanent commitment, something that
GOING TOO FAR is not a Blaze; it is an inferno, as the
audience will burn their fingers from the Venusian-level
heat generated by the lead couple. The return of
characters from previous novels (see the first legal brief
book FIRE AND ICE and A STRANGER'S TOUCH) adds a neighborly
touch to the fine tale. Though Ian acts like an idiot at
times, this novel remains the typical terrific Tori-d tale.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 26, 2003