mother’s death, Bailey couldn’t find it within herself to sell
her mother’s house. Now she knows why. She’s come to stay at
the house when she can’t take her husband’s philandering ways
any longer. Determined to get a divorce, and using
prescription drugs to get her through the hard times, Bailey’s
insecure and uncertain of her own beauty, she seduces Jack
McBride, the man across the street into loving her for a
following day, she receives a lewd email from Jack. When an
enraged Bailey confronts Jack about the email, he insists he
didn’t write it. What follows is a sensual affair of sizzling
proportions between the two, even though Bailey doesn’t quite
trust Jack and yet, can’t seem to stay away.
IS watching them at night and sending dirty emails by day. Is
it Jack or is it someone else stalking her, determined to get
Reckless Behavior was a wonderfully fascinating read.
I found myself caught up in solving the mystery of Bailey’s
stalker and just when I thought I’d figured it out, a new
twist would present itself, sending me in another direction.
drama between Jack and Bailey was magnetic. I could easily
visualize their scenes as if I were a fly on their bedroom
walls. The relationship dynamic was very believable. I could
feel Jack’s uncertainties in getting involved with a married
woman and Bailey’s insecurities were fairly palpable.
me the most was how Sage Burnett concluded the story. Often,
the resolution in a suspense story is akin to letting the air
out of a balloon. It’s a real letdown. However, the ending
of this story left me feeling very satisfied. All in all,
Reckless Behavior was a very satisfying read.