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“Submission ”

Written on: 02/04/2006 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)


Tori Carrington

Harlequin Blaze, May 2006, $4.75

ISBN: 0373792530

In the New Orleans French Quarter, homicide detective Alan Chevalier is stunned when he sees Molly Laraway for the first time. However, Molly explains that she is the fraternal twin of recently murdered Claire, a case he has not solved in the two weeks since they found the beautiful woman's corpse. Molly insists on knowing how well his investigation is going; he insists on her going home back to Toledo, but the obstinate Molly informs him she will be there until her sibling's infamous "Quarter Killer" is caught.

Convinced that Molly will hang around amateurishly sleuthing with "Dangerous Liaisons", Alan decides to make her useful in his bed, though he also considers using her as bait to lure the culprit out into the open. As they fall in love he begins to doubt the wisdom of using her as a lure, though both expect their relationship to end when the killer is caught, because both Molly and Alan have commitment issues.

SUBMISSION, the third Dangerous Liaisons thriller (see OBSESSION and POSSESSION), is a heated tense police procedural romance starring two flawed individuals struggling with a serial killer, and even more with love. The sleuthing is fun, though it takes a back seat to the relationship between the lead couple. Fans will enjoy this strong romantic suspense with an odd final twist that no one could anticipate, yet the clues were out in the open.

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