WILD NIGHTS

WILD NIGHTS                                               TINA WAINSCOTT
Posted:  Nov. 26, 2014

Wild Nights (Justiss Alliance, #3)The only commitment Saxby Cole has ever made is to the SEALs. He follows a long line of Southern charmers who swear monogamy isn’t in their blood. He’s never met a woman who made him want to swear his allegiance—until, while undercover for a Justiss Alliance assignment, he finds a woman who makes him think twice.
 
When Jennessy Shaw’s boyfriend dumps her right before their vacation to a hedonistic Caribbean resort, she goes without him to explore her wild side. Throwing caution to the wind, she propositions Saxby—only to suffer his gentle rejection.
 
When she wakes in Saxby’s room with no memory of the night before, Jennessy discovers his real purpose: to sniff out an operation where women like her are drugged and prostituted to resort guests. She goes from victim to his investigative partner . . . but getting too close to the sexier-than-sin Saxby may be her wildest move yet.
 
HUBBY'S REVIEW:
This is the third book in the Justiss Alliance series. This story has Saxby Cole, as the lead detective and he is sent to an island in the Caribbean that is private but there have been complaints about illegal activity, date rape, but nothing can be proven. He is sent to find evidence and if possible collect the drug. They come up with a disguise and on the flight there he meets a women by the name of Jennessy Shaw. They like each other but he must not blow his cover so he acts like he is not interested. Once they are on the island things start to change and the story and the connection between the two of them continue to grow. He is not only having to deal with the case he is working on, but also feelings that he has never had before for another woman. He must also overcome voices in his head that he has from how his father was to his mother. With all of this going on, this is a fast pace and very good story. I have read the other books, but you don’t need to read those before reading this one. This is a very good story with strong male and female lead characters. A very good book. I got this book from net galley. 

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