The Secret Life Of Bryan
Bounty hunter Bryan Kelly has a few rules. Rule # 1: Women are for fun, not commitment. He's been jilted too many times for that. Rule #2: He'll do anything for his twin brother, even switch places in order to find out who wants to sabotage the naive preacher's charity organization. Playing... show more
Bounty hunter Bryan Kelly has a few rules. Rule # 1: Women are for fun, not commitment. He's been jilted too many times for that. Rule #2: He'll do anything for his twin brother, even switch places in order to find out who wants to sabotage the naive preacher's charity organization. Playing benefactor to a bunch of sassy, flirtatious prostitutes means that Bryan will have to be his brother - in every way that counts. But then, he hadn't counted on Shay Sommers. Keeping his cool around the luscious lady of the night with the big heart is doing nothing to keep his thoughts pure, which brings him to Rule #3: If you can't avoid temptation, succumb with abandon...Being mistaken for a hooker. Well that's certainly a new one for Shay. The society pages icon has made her name in charity work. Still, this could be her chance to help these girls from the inside out, if she can play the part just right. It certainly won't be hard to act the street siren with the gorgeous preacher who runs the place, even if he does seem less like a shepherd and much more like a wolf in a clerical collar...one with a hungry look that's making Shay feel she might be his next dinner...
Publish date: March 1st 2004
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Visitation, North Carolina (#2)
Pretty good story with an exciting ending but at times got heavy with ruminating. Bryan is pretending to be his brother the preacher in a halfway house when he comes across Shay and thinks she's a hooker.
One of the things I love about books is character development. Getting to know each character, seeing how they interact with each other and seeing new friendships/romance bud and grow. This book reminds me that if you are open you can make friends in some unlikely places, and that's a beautiful thin...