Misadventures In Blue
by USA Today bestselling author Sierra Simone
Senior Detective Cat Day has one hard and fast rule about dating: no cops. They live hard and die young—a truth she’s faced every day since her fiancé’s tragic death several years ago. But when rookie Jace Sutton shows up to work the same burglary investigation, she feels desire she hasn’t felt in years.
Jace knows what he wants the minute Detective Day strolls onto his crime scene in heels and a pencil skirt tailored by God himself. He wants to thaw the legendary Ice Queen, and it only takes one hot, dirty night for Jace to realize he wants more. Much, much more.
But more is the last thing Cat wants from any cop—especially a playboy rookie like Jace. As the burglary investigation heats up and he repeatedly puts himself in danger, Cat must ask herself if Jace will be as reckless with her heart as he is with his life.
She's done it again. She's written a smart and sexy book about a two cops, Jace and Cat.
Cat is older with a desire for things to be brief and rough. No attachments, no personal stuff and definitely no cops. Been there, done that, didn't end well.
Jace, well Jace is Jace. Young cop, confident, cocky with a sweet spirit and a penchant for the dirty.
Cat is worried about Jaces age and the fact that he's a cop. She doesn't mind sleeping with him but giving him her heart is more than she can handle. She wants safe.
Jace cares about none of it. He wants her.
This book is sexy and I really enjoyed these bits, especially their first encounter, my kindle is still cooling down from it. It's so passionate and raw.
I definitely recommend reading this book (any by SS really) and carving out a space and time to do so because once you start you will not be able to put it down.
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Meet the Author
Sierra is a voracious reader of all things including the smuttiest smut, young adult, piles of non-fiction for research, and everything Bill Bryson (especially on audio).
She loves writing the dirtiest things that she can think of, King Arthur, sparkling water, Tarot, coffee, leggings, and learning new words daily.
Her previous jobs have included firing ceramics, teaching living history lessons in a one-room schoolhouse in full, 1908-approved school marm attire, and working as a librarian for several years—not in that order
She lives in the Kansas City area with her hot cop husband, two children, and two giant dogs. (And two cats, but they're so naughty we don't talk about them.)