Faith Murphy went to Italy for a
math seminar and had only been there for a short time when she
discovered her boss, professor Roland Kane, dead in his office. The
detective called to look into the case is Dante Rossi. Danti is the
brother of the man who broke Faith's heart.
Nick Rossi finds out his
professional hockey career is over and he promptly gets rip roaring
drunk. He spends the night with Faith and they share a magical
night together. When he woke up the next morning he was so hung
over he couldn't remember his name never mind Faith's. A very hurt
and humiliated Faith storms out.
Nick gets a call from his cousin
Dante telling him that Faith is involved in a murder case and Nick
doesn't hesitate to go to her, but Faith isn't happy to see Nick.
Then her life is threatened and Nick becomes her protector.
Dying For Sienna is
a really well written story; it's descriptive and the
characterization is great. The romance is very light but it's still
sweet and sensuous. Nick is charming, big, strong and all male.
The fact that he may be more jock than brain is completely
endearing. Faith is a sweetheart; she's smart, pretty, friendly and
perfect for Nick. Elizabeth Jennings paints a beautiful,
irresistible portrait of Sienna. Dying For Sienna is
an absorbing, witty, suspense-filled story. I really enjoyed it.