Monday, February 10, 2014

Book Review: Deadly Dancing (A Mars Cannon Novel) by Nicolette Pierce

Title: Deadly Dancing (A Mars Cannon Novel)

Author: Nicolette Pierce

Pages: 184 File Size: 416 KB


Purchase: Amazon

About the book (From Amazon):

Sexy, male exotic dancer Levi Mann had a secret and a long list of aliases. But there was one item on his agenda that wasn’t a secret—he wanted her—Mars Cannon.

Gorgeous E.M.T. Evan West had no secrets; he loved women. But this time he set his sights on Mars, and he’s not about to back down.

A stalker wanted Mars, too—dead.

Events Coordinator Mars Cannon just wanted to get her job done, her boss off her back, and her feisty, trouble-making eighty-year-old neighbor to stop shooting paintballs at people. All goes wrong when a mysterious stranger flirts his way into her life, and she finds she’s strayed into a serial killers path. Now Mars needs to outsmart two irresistible men and outrun a killer; all while deciding between the two men who could be so right and so wrong for her.

My thoughts:

Now, you all know I'm not much a romance reader. Especially when it comes to books that has every other page lathered in sex scenes. I'm happy to say this isn't one of those books! And I loved it. Don't get me wrong, there are some steamy scenes in this book, but the author leaves you to your own imagination instead of laying it all out on the pages for you. No pun intended.

Mars is a hard working, average girl, despite her nickname. When Brett crosses her path, strange things start to happen. Notes on her windshield, harassing, graffiti on her car, you name it. But there are two men in her life and she can't figure out if newcomer, Brett, or flirtatious Evan, is unknowingly creating the havoc in her life.

This book was a fun, fast read for me. Characters were well developed and funny as all get out. I even laughed out loud! It takes a lot for me to get that worked up over a book and characters. So, kudos to Nicolette for that.

There were some typos and errors, again, not a lot of books are without them these days. Nothing major that will throw you off for too long.

All in all, I have to give this book a rating of 4.5 skull and crossbones.

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