- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- November 2012
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Dana Hunt's always been adamant about not using her cell phone while driving. However, late for an appointment, she makes an exception. Her car collides with who she believes is a homeless man. Despite his shabby appearance and unshaven look, Dana can't help but think what a great looking guy he is. He won't accept her help with taking him to the ER so she leaves him her business card.
Undercover cop, Ian Kincaide knows he shouldn't be admiring women while he's on the job, but Dana Hunt captures his attention. He plans to ask her out, however Dana's got this thing about cops, and it's not one in Ian's favor. Her father was a police officer killed in the line of duty. Since then she's vowed never to date one just in case it develops into a relationship.
Can Ian convince her to break that vow?
Mar 08, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
135 people found the following review helpful
Just because a lady knocks a handsome guy off his feet doesn't mean she wants to pursue a chance at romance…
When Dana Hunt bumped Ian Kincade with her car, she thought he was a homeless guy with the most gorgeous hazel eyes and perfect white teeth she'd ever seen. She offered to take him to the emergency room, but he just wanted her to leave him alone—for now. When seven weeks pass and Ian shows up at Dana's work to ask her out, he clears up the mystery that had surrounded him. He's a cop and didn't want Dana blowing his cover, but that assignment's over and he now wants to take the much surprised Dana out on a date.
There's just one problem—Dana's dad was a cop who died in the line of duty. The lady has one rule: she never dates cops because it means she'll never have to suffer the heartbreak her family went through when her father died. So Ian has his work cut out for him if he's going to get Dana to break her own dating rule.
I can always expect an engaging read from Vanessa Devereaux and she doesn't disappoint with this 38 page Evernight Romance on the Go story. Despite the short length, I never found Dana and Ian's characters wanting. There was warmth, humor, a steamy bedroom scene, and a life lesson all wrapped up in a tale that makes a perfect read for lunchtime, train commute, or bedtime story. You can't go wrong with CONFESSION OF LOVE. You'll only wish you could spend more time in the company of its cast of characters.
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