Natalie Dunbar is a Detroit native and lover of books and writing. In each carefully crafted book she strives to take readers into the worlds of her imagination and engage their minds and emotions in the lives, loves, and adventures of her dynamic characters. An incurable romantic, she is married to her high school sweetheart. The other loves of her life are her two sons. A University of Michigan and University of Detroit Mercy graduate, she works fulltime in the Detroit area as an engineer. Three of her novels have been published by Genesis Press Inc. She is a member of Romance Writers of America (RWA), Greater Detroit Romance Writers of America (GDRWA), RWA's Futuristic, Fantasy,&Paranormal Chapter (FF&P), and a dedicated critique group.
A Model Spy by Natalie Dunbar released on Jan 1, 2006 is available now for purchase.
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Model Spy (Silhouette Bombshell #74) based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Vanessa Dawson enjoyed her modeling work until the downsizing of the jet set party lifestyle hammered home with the abundance of drugs available she became an addict. Realizing she needed to quit the drugs, Vanessa also concluded her modeling life left the temptation too great so she left that too to start over.------ Vanessa has also joined the Gotham Roses whose mission is to insure justice is meted to the wealthy who break the law without a care. However, The Roses assign her to go back into the modeling world where drugs hooked her she fears the temptation is too great. Someone murdered two models in Miami including her former roommate with rapper-clothing designer Taye Rollins as the prime suspect. Vanessa is to work from within to uncover whether he committed homicide and if not who did.------ Vanessa is an absorbing protagonist as she fears going right back into the fishbowl with the conditions that led to her fall yet intrepidly does so out of loyalty to her murdered friend. Trey would also be interesting, but pales next to Vanessa. Readers will enjoy the murder investigation as Vanessa, who already has doubts about her judgment, kicks herself for falling in love with the prime suspect. Though the ending seems abrupt and rushed, fans of the Gotham Roses will appreciate their latest mission.----- Harriet Klausner