Monday, November 12, 2012

BBT Review: Hands on Me

Hands On Me
Tramp Stamp Series Book One
Kim Carmichael

Genre:  Contemporary romance with some suspense elements.
Publisher:  Keith Publications
Pages: 17
Cover Artist: Elisa Elaine Luevanos

Buy Link: Amazon

Book Description:

Agent Gwen Fredricks is a living target.  Captured after a failed mission, the code to crack a safe has literally been permanently hidden on her.  To free herself, she must retrieve a final key.

All Agent Colin Alexander has to do to avoid a desk job is get a code said to be on an enemy agent.   He never dreamed it would actually be on the agent, especially Gwen.

The simple shoot-and-swoop mission takes a turn for these two sometime-lovers and full-time rivals when they call a truce to give into their desire.  Now with the promise to keep both hands on each other at all times, they share a night together.  Loyalties are tested when Gwen manages to swipe the key away, and Colin discovers the code carefully embedded into Gwen's tramp stamp tattoo in a glow of UV light.  When morning comes they must decide if what they feel for each other is worth betraying their agencies.

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This was a romantic book. I didn't think it was that erotic, though.

Basically, Gwen and Colin likes each other. However, the people they work for sent them on a mission to kill each other for whatever was in the safe in Colin's hotel room. They did a little hand-to-hand combat and Colin got a little carried away. Gwen started bleeding, but she did get in a few good kicks to Colin, shaking him up and bringing him to his knees. Upon seeing the blood, Colin called a truce, which lead into an all-night lovemaking.

I like their relationship. It was abrupt that they made a decision so quickly, but it was expected in a short book. I'm curious what the other books in this series would be like.


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About the Author:
Kim Carmichael began writing eight years ago when her love of happy endings inspired her to create her own.  She has a weakness for bad boys and techno geeks, and married her own computer whiz after he proved he could keep all her gadgets running.  When not writing, she can usually be found slathered in sunscreen trolling Los Angeles and helping top doctors build their practices.


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