Completely in love, Morgan Bligh is
unable to tell a soul. Joyous to the point that she can
barely restrain herself from giving her secret away, she is
content to love Cameron Sinclair from afar. Until she hears
the unthinkable – Cameron is married and did not tell her.
Shamed, hurt, and angry, Morgan escapes through the garden
never telling Cameron what she overheard. Her inner wolf
has been betrayed and it is going to be a long time before
Morgan is able to trust another person ever again.
Widower Cameron Sinclair has been half
of the year inebriated. His wife’s death was a relief of
enormous proportions and Cameron feels as if he has finally
been let out of prison after a lifetime behind bars. When
his best friend arrives from London, Cameron has to sober up
because he is needed – he is to be partnered with another
agent to search for men who are mysteriously disappearing
from the army. His partner? None other than the woman that
holds his heart in the palm of her hand as well as the woman
that left him more than six months earlier – Morgan Bligh.
And she doesn’t seem very happy to see him either.
Dangerous As Sin will
capture your attention from page one. Morgan’s heart is
completely shattered when she finds out that Cameron has a
wife. Her pain is real and I felt as if I was the one being
betrayed. Because of this, Cameron’s name was mud for most
of this book. However, his innate sexiness, goodness, and
charm easily turned my head and my fickle heart forgave him.
He needed just one more chance to prove to Morgan that he
truthfully and without a doubt loved her – he also needed
time to explain. Thank goodness she loved him as much as he
Alix Rickloff has penned a magical
novel with Dangerous As Sin. It is gripping
and emotional with wondrous elements of fascination,
mysticism, and passion. Dangerous As Sin
released in July and I am anxious to read more from Ms.
Rickloff. I was simply captivated!