Dangerous Deputy by Talya Bosco

Dangerous Deputy by Talya Bosco
Publisher:Loose ID
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (71 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 Stars
Review by: Stephantois

Julia’s irritated when she’s stopped on a country road by a cop when she wasn’t even speeding. When the cop turns out to be Dennis, the deputy she’s lusted after since she met him, annoyance is the last thing she’s feeling. Her hormones go haywire and she lets her desire for a “dirty cop to have his way with her” be known.

She’s more than surprised when he takes her up on it, right there at the side of the road. And then invites her back to his house for the weekend.

Everything’s going just great, until she finds out her brother-in-law put him up to it. Then, fantasy or not, she wants nothing more to do with him. Too bad her dangerous deputy has no interest in letting her get away.

This was a fun, sexy read that wasted no time introducing the hero and heroine and the overall plot. Dennis, AKA, the Dangerous Deputy, comes across as a real man, and a nice guy so it’s not hard to dislike him. Julia, is down on her luck and just when you think things couldn’t get worse, Dennis is the knight in shining armor.

The dialogue is very natural sounding and the plot moves at a clip, but what I liked most about this short read was it wasn’t one sex scene after another. There’s some talking, some walking, and some cuddling while watching a movie. It helped build the sexual tension and made the sex scenes that much more worthwhile reading (and waiting for).

If you like cops as heroes, and enjoy a short erotic read then I think you might enjoy story of the Dangerous Deputy.

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