Dangerous Desire

Dangerous Desire

by Diane Escalera

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Sometimes you have to lose one thing to find another.

Sienna Diaz is desperate to find her missing Beagle, no matter what it costs. She hires Cruz Santino, the best—and hottest—in the business. He’s an ex-cop, dangerous on many levels, which comes in handy when all evidence indicates her beloved pet was snatched to use in a dogfighting ring.

Cruz will do whatever it takes to find Sienna’s lost pet, but he also wants results from the smokin’ hot attraction between them—and he isn’t above breaking his own hands-off-clients rule to get there. However, until he brings her beloved Beagle home safely, he won’t have Sienna's undivided attention...and affection.

Warning: Strong language, caliente sex, violence, and a dangerously hot rescue.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151837385
Publisher: Diane Escalera
Publication date: 03/25/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 404 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Born and raised in the Bronx, NY, Diane Escalera makes her home in coastal North Carolina. The sultry surroundings are a steady source of inspiration for her hot love stories. Diane is married, has two children and a super cute dachshund she can’t get enough of. She writes contemporary romance and is published with Kensington Publishing and Lyrical Press.

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Dangerous Desire 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Steamy romance!
DTango More than 1 year ago
This story has twists and turns that had me hanging on to each word. The characters felt so real they leaped right off the page. I loved the fast pace and fresh, suspenseful plot. It had sizzing sexual heat - a hot alpha hero that any woman would love. All I can say is, WOW!
Hesperia_Loves_Books More than 1 year ago
I REALLY enjoyed this book! With the exception of some minor editing glitches, this is a fabulous read and my first by Diane Escalara. Sienna came home from work to find her house broken into and her beloved beagle, Zola, missing. After searching all night with no luck finding her, Sienna takes the advice of a friend and contacts a professional. From the first moment she meets Cruz, there is an instant connection, could he be the one she's waited her entire life for? At 18 Sienna got pregnant and married the father, Lazaro. She was young, in love and believed had the entire world ahead of her. After 18 years of being unhappy and unfulfilled, she decided to end the marriage. She wanted & needed more. After being divorced for several years, she knows what she wants from a relationship & is strong and confident enough with herself, to accept nothing less! Cruz is a strong & very dominant male. He knows what he wants in a woman and refuses to settle until he finds her. Sparks fly when they meet and a whirlwind weekend and dog rescue ensue. Even though I am a huge animal lover and the plot in this book was refreshingly new, that aspect took a backseat to the very HAWT romance between Cruz & Sienna. I completely identified with this book. I had my first child & was married at 18. I thought I knew everything, when in reality, I was just a baby myself with a lot growing up to do still to do. I didn't have the life experience yet to know who I was much less what I needed from a significant other. Sometimes just because you have love for a person doesn't mean that that person is the one meant for you. Thankfully, I found my soulmate in my husband all those years ago, Sienna wasn't so lucky. Ms. Escalara wrote very real & believable characters. Often times in romance novels, the H/h are professing their love after only a matter of hours. While Cruz & Sienna knew they had something special, they also realized love takes time & work. My only issues with this story were scene transitions at the beginning of the book. It was difficult for me to keep up and I had to re-read the first couple of chapters just to make sure I wasn't missing anything. This seemed to correct itself by the middle and, for me, no longer was an issue. Ms. Escalara's writing style allowed the story to be beautifully told without being too rushed or overly descriptive! I definitely look forward to reading more from her ?