"Amusing contemporary romance"
Their accusatory gender feud crosses the magazines that
each one writes for despite the fact that they never met.
Now Lacey Clark and Nate Logan are co-award recipients at
the same event. However before they meet they see one
another across a crowded room and feel a magnetism that
makes it seem to both of them that they are sharing
cocktails for two. Lacey escapes the party and jumps on a
trampoline with Nate watching her. Unable to resist the
lure, the duo comes together and shares the best sex of
their respective lives.
Both are stunned to learn they have made love to their
worst enemy on the planet. As each runs for cover, their
mutual boss J.T. sees incredible profits if his two stars
partner a modern day sexual war in print. Reluctantly,
Lacey and Nate work together and fall in love. How can they
find a consensus position when each has taken the extreme
in the gender battle?
INTO THE FIRE is an amusing contemporary romance that
readers will enjoy though it is difficult to accept that
neither the hero nor heroine had an inkling what their
greatest foe looked like. The story line is fun and the
secondary characters provide depth especially best friend
Venus, publishing mogul J.T. and insider advisor and mole
Raul. Leslie Kelly provides her audience with a humorous
tale filled with sexual tension that that never cools off
until the novel is finished.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted March 1, 2002