Playboy FBI agent Jack Boudreaux meets Kennedy St. George at his partner’s wedding, and in typical Jack fashion, he seduces her. Like every fling before, it was supposed to be a one-night stand.
Kennedy was burned by her ex-husband—badly. She told everyone he cheated on her, because the truth—that he stole all her money before disappearing out of her life—is far more embarrassing. When she meets Jack at her cousin’s wedding, she decides a one-night stand is the perfect distraction from her otherwise screwed up life.
Ah, you don’t always get what you expect.
That one-night stand turns into a torrid affair that distracts Jack from his current undercover assignment and puts their hearts—and Kennedy’s life—in danger. Now there’s only one way Jack can stop a killer, and it involves admitting what he and Kennedy both swore they didn’t want.
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Enjoyed this book.
As an avid reader of romantic fiction, I’ve accepted that we sometimes need to suspend belief for the sake of a plot line. However, Naked Truth has some significant issues.
The main characters are very likable and I enjoyed how they met and got together, but <<SPOILER ALERT>> the female lead turns into an idiot halfway through. I mean who doesn’t know they’re divorce was not finalized three years later? She had a lawyer. There’s no way she’s just ignorantly naive of this. Then, she falls into the killer’s trap too easily. Some random stranger shows up on your doorstep and you just jump in their car? There’s trusting and then there’s just stupid.
Just felt like lazy writing to me.
Great book. I read it in one day. First book I have read by this author. I recommend this book.