Review: Red Leopard (Vistaria Affair, Book 1) by Tracy Cooper-Posey

by Lynn Reynolds on March 13, 2013 · 8 comments

in A-C, ARC, Contemporary, Erotica, Guest Reviews, Mexico, Prisoner, Suspense/Thriller

red leopard poseyReviewed by Lynn Reynolds

Callida “Calli” Munro is an American sitting in a Vistarian prison. Then he shows up to have her released. After that experience, Calli and her cousin Minverva “Minnie” Benning go to a party. Then she finds out that her savior’s name is Nicolas Escobedo.

Then in another scene, Minnie and Calli go to another party – it had me wishing that I had been invited. It also had me wishing that my e-reader came with sound. I would also love to see this translated into a movie or series. Nick seems to be the type of man that takes “no prisoners”. But he also shows a vulnerable side. I wonder how Tracy’s other heroes are portrayed in their stories.

This is a scorching hot read – although hot is just too mild a word. If you like your stories “spicy” than you have made the perfect choice. And if you liked it as much as I did, then you may want to continue the series. I don’t think Tracy will disappoint you.

I found that this story continues in book two titled Black Heart. And book three is titled Blue Knight. You will notice that Tracy has a color theme going on. It will be interesting to see how the color theme will be portrayed in each book.

Rating: ★★★★½

Buy: Red Leopard (The Vistaria Affair Series)

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