Playin' Cop: Heroes of Henderson, Prequel (Unabridged)
The prequel to the Heroes of Henderson series by USA Today best-selling author Liz Kelly
Duncan James may be a well-respected attorney, but he's still a fraternity guy at heart. So when his buddies bet he can't give the local female speed demon a ticket, he adopts a cop's persona and goes in for the kill - only to find killer lips, a killer body, and a whole lot of killer sass challenging him at every turn.
Annabelle Devine may be a genteel Southern belle, but she's dealing with her own long-standing bet. So when smooth-talking, sexy Officer Friendly hands her a speeding ticket, she licks her lips and simply insists he escort her to her family's New Year's Eve ball.
Duncan is in. In deep. And now he's desperate to come clean and turn one seriously naughty night into a lifetime of hot Southern lovin'.
Annabelle & Duncan
Who was your favorite character and why?
Harry is by far my favorite character and reading this made me appreciate him even more. I listened to this prequel last, and my suspicions of him were confirmed.
What about Charles Lawrence’s performance did you like?
I enjoy listening to Charles and I especially love how he delivers all the different characters, male and female.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Annabelle and Duncan's confession moment was hilarious. I could not help but laugh out loud at Vance and Brooks' antics.