Public Displays of Affection
Charlotte Tasker has always been a good girl, so she married the most decent, reliable man she could find even though their love life was a bit on the predictable side. Thirteen years later, she's a widowed mom who runs her company, prepares three vegetarian meals a day for her children, and... show more
Charlotte Tasker has always been a good girl, so she married the most decent, reliable man she could find even though their love life was a bit on the predictable side. Thirteen years later, she's a widowed mom who runs her company, prepares three vegetarian meals a day for her children, and volunteers for just about every good deed in town. But no one knows that Charlotte has a secret weakness for squirt cheese, erotic poetry-and the mystery man she lost her virginity to in a reckless roadside tryst, moments before she got engaged. They never exchanged names, and even now, Charlotte can't stop fantasizing about that spectacular stranger...DEA agent Joe Bellacera isn't crazy about having to hide out in Minton, Ohio before testifying at the trial of a notorious drug lord. But he's handling it just fine...until he lays eyes on a fiery redhead and a hot little body he'd recognize anywhere. Joe's never had another woman like Charlotte since that day thirteen years ago. Now she's his neighbor-and strictly off-limits...Amid the balmy, honeysuckle-scented breezes of a Midwestern summer, sense and sensibility are about to be subverted by an ice cream-loving dog, conspiring kids, and nosy neighbors. And when the Widow Tasker's fantasies meet the rock-hard reality of Agent Bellacera, let the fireworks begin...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 14th 2004
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
This book was my first book my Susan Donovan. I read about it online and decided that it sounded interesting enough to read. I felt that there was a lot of delaying/ pushing back of the climax. The last few bits were a bit rushed but overall, PDAs was a very good book. I've picked up the whole serie...
This book had decent plot, exciting ending and some humor but the pace was sometimes a bit slow. DEA agent Joe was setup in safe house that happened to be next to widowed mom Charlotte, an unforgettable woman he met 13 years ago.