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From the author who New York Times bestseller Jodi Ellen Malpas says "packs a powerful punch" comes the epic conclusion to the sexy and suspenseful Forbidden Lovers series.
Cash Turner could never resist a woman in need. It's what shapes his desires--and sealed his fate. Recently released from prison after serving time for a murder he didn't commit, Cash has to keep his head down and stay out of trouble. That means avoiding the curvy, delicious temptation of Dreama Agosto . . . a woman who holds his future in her hands.
Dreama knew returning to work wouldn't be easy, but she wasn't prepared for Cash Turner. He's tall, commanding, the first man to spark her interest in a year . . . and her newest parolee. It doesn't take long for Dreama to realize that there's more to him--and his case--than meets the eye. As the two of them investigate the murder that led to his incarceration, they explore the growing desire between them, risking more than her career. Because now that the real killer has set his sights on Dreama, she's also risking her life.
Bell's mixed third Forbidden Lovers kinky contemporary (after His to Claim) gives readers a healthy dose of admirable integrity and a full measure of questionable ethics. A brutal attack leaves parole officer Dreama Agosto with a fear of being touched by men, which greatly diminishes her enjoyment of sexual masochism. However, it doesn't stop her from having naughty thoughts about the hot new parolee she's been assigned. Cash Turner doesn't remember the accident that killed his wife and unborn son and got him sentenced to eight years in prison, but he's positive he didn't get drunk that night, despite what several witnesses claimed. Dreama's mission is to give her parolees a second chance, and she's sure the chivalrous Cash, whose calm presence helps her through her panic attacks, is not the monster he's made out to be. When notes in his file don't add up, the two embark on their own investigation. More tangled webs are woven when Cash, a dominant, begins to help Dreama overcome her phobia in hot scenes that fuel the fire between them. The characters are complex, and the plot is solid with just enough suspense. Readers willing to ignore the crossing of ethical lines in favor of truth, justice, and unadulterated passion will find this a satisfying venture.