Lorna Malone should be having a
wonderful day after a night of fantastic sex but it's not
working out that way. First off, the sex was with her best
friend and she is afraid that it might end a lifetime
friendship with the sexiest man she knows. Then, she sneaks
out to work only to lock her keys in the car, while having
cases of black opal jewelry in her trunk, and she has to
call the same man she just left. Just shoot her now.
Tyrone Forrester is a SWAT officer and
he is currently madder than he has been in a long time.
First he wakes up from a night of amazing sex only to find
Lorna gone without a note and then she calls and he can tell
she is worried about having to make a small request. Tyrone
is going to help Lorna and he is also going to convince her
that last night was something that cannot be forgotten – he
plans on recreating it as often as possible.
Tyrone will have his work cut out for
him because the same thing that turns him on makes Lorna
believe she can never be as sexy as men want – her
Rubenesque curves. In a battle between a determined SWAT
officer and a lifetime of wrong beliefs, put your money on
the SWAT guy every time.
Black Opals are exquisite
stones and that perfectly describes the attraction and
friendship between Lorna and Tyrone. Lorna has been burnt
before by men being turned off by her figure and has had to
pick up the pieces. Tyrone has already been through one
hopeless relationship because of his job. Lorna and Tyrone
give in to their lifetime attraction to each other and
experience a night of amazing sex, now they have to decide
where and how it will affect their relationship. I could
tell from the opening pages that Tyrone and Lorna were going
to be a hot couple, but as their story unfolded I began
hoping that one night would only be their beginning. Tyrone
and Lorna had a friendship that only deepened and became
richer as their love emerged. I loved Black Opals
for not only the sensual and erotic sex but also for the
many facets that Tyrone and Lorna showed.