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The H.O.T. Cops: Trained to impose the law, but naturally skilled at enforcing pleasure.
Rogan Wolfe is a bad boy cop—the lone wolf on the force and in need of something new to excite him. Now he’s transferred to sexy South Beach in Miami—working undercover and looking for a fresh start.
April Pediston is the epitome of responsible—overworked and under pressure as a high-powered attorney. Then one night, unwinding at an oceanside club she’s never frequented before, she locks eyes with a stranger.
Rogan and April don’t seem a natural match. She’s a total professional. He’s rough around the edges and ready for anything—making April feel totally out of control. And, to her surprise, exhilarated. But stripped of her starched suit, can she really succumb to his every demand? They’re headed to a place of desire and reawakening that’s about to change both their lives.
About the Author
Lacey strives to take her readers on the ultimate erotic adventure, and she hopes her stories will encourage women to embrace their sexual fantasies. Lacey resides in the Midwest with her husband, and when not penning romantic erotica, she enjoys studying history and traveling, often incorporating favorite destinations into her work.
What People are Saying About This
Praise for the H.O.T. Cops
“Boy oh boy, this book is a sizzler.”—A Romance Review
“I could not put this hot book down…and oh my was this hot! It is so smoldering with passion and heat.”—Night Owl Reviews
“Sizzling scenes…an intriguing read.”—Fresh Fiction
“Begins with a ménage a trois and keeps on sizzling.”—Romantic Times
“This was the most erotic book I’ve read to date.”—Fiction Vixen
“Ms. Alexander knows how to capture a reader’s attention…This story is smokin’ hot!”—Coffeetime Romance
“Moving…tender and sexually adventurous.”—TwoLips Reviews
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I really did not enjoy this book. Kept reading, hoping it would get better. The story just didn't fully develop. Danger was introduced, then dropped, then brought back at the end. The sex was bdsm-lite that the heroine had to talk herself into. The book was just okay.