Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Razor's Edge by Jayne Rylon

Razor's Edge (Men in Blue, #2)Razor's Edge by Jayne Rylon
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Isabella Buchanan Carrington can't believe when she overhears her husband's plot to sell her to the highest bidder. Fleeing she has nowhere to turn and no one to trust. When she lands a job as a dance instructor for a televised show, she finds herself partnered with James "Razor" Roeser.

Razor had become the embarrassment to his unit, he has one last shot at trying to rebuild his career by going undercover and investigating his new dance instructor as the local dance contestant. Everything about Isabella screams innocence, but he has trusted before and been burned. When Isabella reveals the truth, Razor knows he wants to be the only one in line to protect her even if it means hiding the truth about why he was really there.

Second in the Men in Blue series. I thought this idea of the cop/socialite dance show was highly creative. Definitely a sizzler.

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