"Strokes every Nerve"
This is a book that I could easily sum up with one word:
Excellent grit. Excellent vulnerability. Excellent
suspense. And excellent voice. All neatly packaged in a
drama that strokes every nerve and emotion.
Rebecca Montgomery lost her younger sister to a terrible
tragedy. But as a San Antonio Detective, she's off the
case. Her superiors know she's too close, too personal,
even she knows it, but she can't let it go.
Into the middle of her investigation, saunters one Diego
Galvan. Handsome, cultured. Rebecca doesn't know what to
make of him. Is he a minor or major player in the crimes?
He's definitely hanging out with the wrong side. One thing
she does know is he has her libido working overtime. "If
those eyes lurked in a mug book or in a database, she'd
know them on sight. Deep brown honey melting under a July
sun. Was that an eye color?" she muses at their first
The further she gets into the investigation, the closer she
gets to him, but as she gets too close, the danger and
suspense level ratchets up, notch by heart-stopping notch.
This is writing at its best. The kind that takes your
emotions and intelligence on a wild ride and doesn't let go
until its finished with you. And I don't think Jordan Dane
is anywhere near finished with us.
Clover Autrey, author
Reviewed by Clover Autrey
Posted March 8, 2008