mankind from learning about the existence of supernatural
creatures, J.C. Bailey and the other members of The Team,
nightly battle the things that go bump in the night. J.C. is
one helluva woman, who can handle the big boys – too bad she
can’t handle her mom, who keeps setting her up with blind
dates in the hopes that J.C. will soon settle down. Not
attracted to the normal men her mother picks, J.C. scares them
off when she tells them that she is bounty hunter who kills
her targets. If that doesn’t work, J.C. shows them the
arsenal she carries on her person.
there is no one man is in J.C.’s life, that doesn’t mean she
doesn’t have men. In fact, one man is Nick Corellis, J.C.’s
colleague and lover. Nick is a true player and J.C. knows
that monogamy is not in Nick’s vocabulary. J.C. is a
confident woman – confident of herself, her abilities and of
her sexuality. She’s even confident that Nick will never
change. But one night, all her beliefs will change.
hilarious; I loved her casual approach to life, work and
love. The scenes with her mother cracked me up. I think any
single woman could sympathize with J.C. trying to be
respectful to her mom while trying to dump the losers her mom
brings home for dinner. Nick is a manly stud with some hidden
depths and he manages to keep J.C. on her toes. The one thing
I couldn’t get into was all of the casual sex in which J.C.
engages. Maybe I’m showing my age, but I was a little
bothered by the heroine getting busy with so many men, outside
of the hero. If you’re looking for some snappy dialogue, sexy
supernaturals and a lot of hot sex, then join The Team.