It was to be one of the easiest thefts
of Savannah DeCosta’s career. Hired to steal a map from two
smugglers, Savannah’s job is made easy when she spots the
two men in a bar, engaging in a wickedly erotic moment.
Unfortunately for Savannah (or perhaps not), Ferris Vaughn
and Duff “Tiny” Dixon are soon hot on her trail and in the
mood for some very sexy payback. But nothing is ever
simple, and even while the threesome heats up, danger lurks
not too far behind, as the stolen map may be more valuable
than any of them thought.
Melinda Barron is an author I always turn to for hot-as-hell
adventure tales and Black Diamonds is a great
example of why I do. Black Diamonds was
fast-paced, fun, and sexy. Savannah, Ferris, and Tiny
definitely burned up the page with their erotic play, but it
was each character’s innate likeability which made me care.
While the romance is the center of the tale, the underlying
quest to find out the secrets of the map helped round out
the story, making Black Diamonds the perfect
read to spice up your day.