Review: Sex, Lies, and Mistletoe by Tawny Weber

Hero: Caleb Black is an undercover DEA agent ready to get out of the game for good. As a favor for a friend he returns to his home town to sniff out a new drug cartel that has set up shop in the area. The number one suspect is his father, and as much as he hates the guy, Caleb knows this line of work his beneath his dad. He doesn’t count on falling in love and that really messes with his head.

Heroine: Pandora Easton has to find a way to save the family’s New Age Shop. A failure out in the big world, she can’t stand the idea of failing at home too. With a little help from a girlfriend they strike upon a unique idea – why not serve up aphrodisiacs? The idea is a hit locally, but her idea combined with her recent past makes her a suspect for running a drug ring. Isn’t that just her luck?

Review: Adorable and sexy! A spicy tale with a dash of mystery and a hint of intrigue! This small town / return to your roots romance is perfect for an afternoon retreat. The town has always been full of gossip but now it’s on aphrodisiacs – can you imagine the laughs? An insecure heroine who’s afraid of failure and an honorable hero not willing to accept anything on face value find love when they weren’t looking. It’s not particularly a holiday themed story, but that’s okay.


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4 thoughts on “Review: Sex, Lies, and Mistletoe by Tawny Weber”

    1. Harlequin Blazes have lots of yummy covers. The story is set in the holidays but it’s not particularly holiday feeling. It’s more focused on the chemistry between the characters and the intrigue in the town than Jolly St. Nick.

  1. Keira, I may be just a wee bit prejudiced, but I love this book and just know that anything Tawny writes will be fun, sexy and a great read all the way around. Good call! 🙂

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