"quite humorous, light read"
Haley Yates had almost finished the police academy, before
she was almost blinded and forced to quit. She is now a
secretary at the Fort Lauderdale police department and
goes to the department's Halloween costume party as
Catwoman. Since Haley usually dresses in figure
camouflaging business suits and unattractive glasses,
nobody recognizes her at the party. Lieutenant Cole
Fischer, who Haley has loved from afar, flirts with her as
the Catwoman. Haley leaves before the midnight unmasking
and returns home. Once there, she hears that a police
officer is in trouble on her police scanner. Haley, still
dressed as Catwoman, goes to aid the officer if she can.
Haley saves Cole's life but runs away before he can
identify her. Later, Cole asks Haley for a date, but he
still seems somewhat preoccupied with the Catwoman.
PURRFECT JUSTICE is a great, light read to wile away a
summer afternoon. I found portions of this book quite
humorous. It was funny when Haley became jealous of
herself. I particularly liked the way Cole's father kept
showing up and embarrassing him. If you are looking for a
humorous read, give PURRFECT JUSTICE a try.
Marlene Breakfield © Copyright 2003
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ParaNormal Romance Reviews
Reviewed by Marlene Breakfield
Posted June 8, 2003
Contemporary Romantic Comedy. Haley Vaughn feels
invisible, especially to the gorgeous policemen she works
with in the Ft. Lauderdale Police station. Whereas they
trip all over themselves to get her best friend Cindy's
attention, they trip over her...until the night of the
Halloween ball, when she loses her glasses in favor of
contact lenses, and her dowdy business suit in favor of a
super sexy Catwoman costume, and then tops off the night by
rescuing the man of her dreams, ultra-sexy Lt. Cole
Fischer, from a gun wielding thief.
Cole's enchanted by his mysterious savior and vows to find
her, especially when she keeps showing up in her costume,
to rescue him whenever he gets himself into a bind.
Curiosity and his pounding libido are about to kill him.
Meanwhile, he's been thrown together with Haley, the police
department's admin assistant, and while she's not deadly
sexy as his temptress, she's awfully sweet and the perfect
homemaker. Soon, his heart is pulled in two and he can't
explain how he can be highly attracted to two polar
Meanwhile, Haley sympathizes with Clark Kent. She starts to
seriously question her sanity when she starts to feel
jealous of herself! But she can't compete with her alter
ego as men aren't attracted to women who wear glasses . . .
or are they?