Programmed To Please

Programmed To Please

by Jenna Ives

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Overview

**HOLT Medallion merit award-winner**

Very human Tau Cetus police agent Jai Turner goes undercover as a Beautiful Dolls sex robot in order to bring down the planet's most notorious arms dealer, Marque Callex. The police have never been able to get close to Callex, and Jai's assignment is to coax information out of Marque on his illicit dealings – information that will lead to his conviction.

Reclusive arms dealer Marque Callex only accepted an invitation from Beautiful Dolls because with his deadly line of work – and the dangerous secrets he's keeping – he can't afford to let a real woman into his life.

But neither Jai nor Marque are what they seem, and their week together has consequences neither expect.

EDITORIAL REVIEWS
I enjoyed reading this quirky, interesting and fast-paced futuristic romance. With all of the twists and turns, I couldn't help turning the pages and desperately wanting to know how things would pan out. I thoroughly enjoyed Programmed To Please and wouldn't hesitate in recommending this book. --- 4.5 stars, Just Erotic Romance Reviews

Quirky, fun, and action-packed. It was DEFINITELY worth the read! --- Smitten By Reading

Jenna Ives brings a fun and sexy read to the table when she introduces readers to Jai Turner and Marque Callex. --- Stella Riley, Houston Books Examiner

I loved this book - everything about it! ...an interesting read and well deserves its five star review. ---Kitties Like Books Too

"...if you like an erotic fantasy set in the future this one is for you." --- The Good, The Bad and The Unread

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015964271
Publisher: Jenna Ives
Publication date: 12/20/2013
Series: The Tau Cetus Chronicles , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 37,417
File size: 145 KB

About the Author

Jenna Ives has the typical problem that affects a lot of modern authors — multiple personality disorder. She writes for several publishers under a variety of names, but mostly the reason is to keep her poor sainted mother (who used to read sweet Barbara Cartland romances) from having a heart attack over how sexy modern romances have become!
And Jenna certainly DOES write sexy…

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