Aaron Pierce is a jaded private
detective, called in to find a missing heiress. While
investigating, he encounters the missing girl’s best friend,
Fay Sexton. An immediate attraction blooms between them.
Aaron tries to push her aside so he can focus on his job, but
wealthy socialite Fay isn’t having any of it. As the
investigation comes to a head, Aaron has to decide whether he
can trust Fay or not, but rational thinking is impossible once
he gives in to the scorching passion.
I really liked Angels and Deceivers.
It was an unusual read for me, mainly because it is told
completely from the hero, Aaron’s point of view. Aaron’s past
demons come into play, making him a deliciously moody, haunted
character. Fay is his antithesis -- fun-loving and rich. But
through their affair, we discover that she’s fed up with her
materialistic lifestyle. Both characters are likeable, and
the sexual tension is hot. Besides the great romance, there
is an intriguing mystery plot. I read Angels and
Deceivers in one sitting, and definitely enjoyed it.