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Lexington Connection

3.61  ·  Rating Details ·  54 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Their paths should have never crossed. Diana DeVilbiss, the daughter of a regional crime boss, is in Lexington as a favor to her father. She doesn’t know that the woman she’s hooked up with to pass the time is a cop. Officer Jessica Ann Galbreath is just as ignorant as Diana about their incompatibility, that is, anywhere except in bed.

The passion is like fire—irresistible
Paperback, 264 pages
Published March 5th 2013 by Bella Books (first published February 18th 2013)
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Aug 17, 2013 Jeweleye rated it really liked it
Diana is in Lexington for the weekend observing a trial as a favor to her crime boss father. Jessie is the local Romeo at the women’s bar—and she’s also a cop. They hook up for a couple of steamy nights. Neither one appears to be looking for anything deeper, but they both find the attraction too strong to resist. A cop and a crime boss’s daughter: What could possibly go wrong?
After the first meeting, Diana keeps finding reasons to go back to Lexington. Jessie never knows when Diana will show up
Lex Kent
Apr 16, 2016 Lex Kent rated it liked it
Shelves: f-f-crime, romance
This book was pretty down the middle for me. The book is about a Drug Czar/crime boss' daughter and her relationship with a cop. The book is divided into 3 sections: Section 1, hot torrid love affair. Section 2, the crime action of the book. Section 3, the wrap-up. The two main characters are just OK. Diana is more likeable, while the cop (Jessica) is annoying and a bit too dumb for me. To be honest, I don't even remember what the main characters looked like or their ages. I don't think the book ...more
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Aug 13, 2015 W. Gregory Kett rated it liked it
This book really left me on a fence. A horrible situation, two oblivious MC's, enough difficulties to fill a warehouse. (maybe two) And it all seemed to be superficial.

The Time Frame of the book is disjointed in the extreme. The only clues as to characters ages were indirect, one is in school at the start so I guessed college aged, but...? Then there are three chapter headings '2 years later', 'eighteen months later' and 'three years later'. Except that only accounts for half of the supposed 15
Feb 22, 2013 PJ rated it liked it
Interesting book, but a little disjointed. The plot and set-up happens quickly but the books time-frames were somewhat confusing, and that made for vague dialogue at times. I understand it was plot build-up, but it felt like a device and was very obvious ( with-holding details to be revealed later, for example, grew tiresome ). I liked the main characters, the juxtaposition there was fun to read. I was somewhat put off by the cadence of the author, the book is written in an odd narrative tense, ...more
Jul 22, 2013 Musa rated it liked it
I liked the story about misunderstandings and missed connections, but I found the timeline of this book a bit too jumpy. I even understand it is necessary to do the timline over the years to explain why Diana wanted to save Jessie so much during her kidnapped, but the timeline thing just made it seems like you are watching a movie and fast forwarding it.

Otherwise I enjoyed the book, particularly the section where its only Diana, Margret, Jessie and Julie in the safe house.
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This story hooked me in the first few pages. Wonderfully written, wonderful characters. I can hardly wait to read more by this author.
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