Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Book Review: Kisses of an Enemy

I think an author's website should be a one-stop shop where readers can access all the relevant material out there that's by or about the author. I'm not nearly there yet, but here's one more piece: my 2011 review of Kisses of an Enemy by Ray Flynt:

Dave O'Brien's career was already going great when a rainstorm out west put a big promotion within his grasp--or at least he thought so until he learned that his intern was being held hostage and one wrong move could cost her life.
Kisses of an Enemy has a clear, engaging writing style, believable characters I can relate to, and plot and pacing that kept me turning the page (and holding my breath). If you like Tom Clancy, you should read Ray Flynt.

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