The Sweetheart Game by Cheryl Ann Smith

Posted December 21, 2017 by J McClung in Bookclub Reviews / 0 Comments

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The Sweetheart Game by Cheryl Ann SmithThe Sweetheart Game by Cheryl Ann Smith
Series: Brash & Brazen #2
Published by Kensington Books - Lyrical Shine on January 10th 2017
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Pages: 232

As a former cheerleader turned member of an all-female PI firm, Summer O'Keefe knows how to flirt with sexy bad boys and take down dangerous bad guys. But sometimes it can be tricky to tell the difference…
Summer's new neighbor, Jason Parker, has gorgeous eyes and a mighty cute butt. He'd be a good choice to put an end to her romantic dry spell…if she hadn't spotted him in the middle of the night, burying something—or someone?—in his backyard. Not to mention his distinct resemblance to the international arms dealer she's tracking online. Either way, he's definitely wanted…
Jason has a few secrets, and he's not sharing them with the slightly nutty Summer—at least not yet. Though he's finding it hard to say no to her, with her scrumptious curves and impressive computer skills. He's so far gone he's even taken in a pregnant cat, just to see the smile on Summer's face. But when a local woman disappears, it's time for them to team up and use their combined brains, brawn, and beauty to crack the case…

This was book 2 in the series. Although it gave you information from first book it was too many tidbits and makes you want the whole story and get frustrated with the book. Definitely need to just start with book 1.

Readers really liked that it was kind of a Charley’s Angel Group. There is a computer Geek character who uses free time to try and find FBI’s most wanted (super pretty, not easy). She was a funny character, not meant for the field, but she tries.

Everyone felt that the suspense was minor and the book had more of a cozy mystery feel. It was very humorous.

The romance between her and neighbor that she thinks is burying body parts was fun. Everyone loved that he was playing with her. It’s written from both of their perspectives, which added to the fun.

Most readers plan to read more in the series.



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