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Jul 5, 2011

Dangerous Curves by Cherie DeSues

The Pagan & The Pen Book Reviews

Title: Dangerous Curves
Author: Cherie DeSues
Publisher: Noble Romance Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Erotic Romance
Length: 265 pgs.
Reviewed By: Madeline Smoot

Ratings For:
Cover: 3
Presentation: 3
Editing: 3
Story: 3
Writing Ability: 4

Overall Card Rating: 

About the Book: 
Selena Russo has won the coveted spot as a full-figured spokesmodel for the Rubenesque Romantix clothing line in Paris. When Selena starts getting hate mail, she ignores the warnings—models aren’t known for their congeniality when they lose a big modeling gig. Especially a three-year, multimillion-dollar contract in the biggest ad campaign ever for curvy women.

Logan’s a recent ex-Navy SEAL with a war injury, and his ex CO asks him to protect Selena while assuming the role of her photographer. When the death threats heat up with a dead pooch and bullets flying, Logan focuses hard on the sensual, violet-eyed beauty. It’s Logan’s pleasure to cover the body of a seductive, curvy, temptress, both in and out of the bedroom as their romance burns up the sheets.

The Review:
A sweet story that showcases the world of fashion, Dangerous Curves follows new spokes model Selena Russo as she embarks on a modeling tour through Europe. Surrounded by security guards that have been hired to protect her from the one who is sending her death threats she attempts to enjoy herself as she focuses on perfecting her craft.

While a sweet story, it starts slow while almost over-describing the characters and the situation. The attraction between the two main characters seems cold, and I would defiantly like to see a little more sizzle a little earlier.

A very good attempt, this sweet seduction is sure to be a treat on cold rainy days. Even though there are a few hiccups, overall the story itself is on the right track.

Pagan Elements: none


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