Undercover Vices

Undercover Vices

by Tori Scott

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Undercover Vices by Tori Scott

Cassie Mills needs a serious infusion of cash into her Get Out of Dallas account before her mother drives her insane. Time to cut those apron strings and fly. But her day job just isn't leaving much left over for savings. Her best friend talks her into hosting Pleasure Parties, home parties for sex toys. Great money but, unfortunately as it turns out, illegal in her small Texas county.

Reed Stevens is an undercover vice cop with a serious chocolate addiction, who is assigned the less than stellar job of cracking down on the home party sex toy business. And the even less stellar assignment of a partner with a serious personality disorder who wants Reed for herself and will stop at nothing to get between Reed and Cassie.

From G. A. " This book is hot, but if you prefer an emotional read, you won't be disappointed."

From AF: "I recommend this book to anyone that loves a great romance story with a little fun, angst, and some hot loving."

From PA Lane: "I would recommend this book to anyone interested in good love stories with a twist!"

From Nadelle Jacobs: "Tori Scott does a terrific job of pitting opposites against each other in a sexy, very clever, very well-told story where opposites don't just attract, they sizzle. This is a story that pleases on all levels."

180 pages
45,000 words

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013528826
Publisher: Tori Scott
Publication date: 06/10/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 766,163
File size: 458 KB

About the Author

Award-winning author Tori Scott believes in love. She met her husband, Tony, on her first day of college at the age of 17 and knew the moment she met him that he was the one she was supposed to marry. She did, and they now live on 5 acres in the country with their dog Blue. They have 4 grown children and 5 grandchildren spread from Massachusetts to southern California.

Tori has been writing for 10 years and has published one book through Red Sage Publishing, had a short story published in the Christmas issue of Woman's World in 2005, and has had several stories, essays, and poems published in anthologies and newspapers. She's a former Golden Heart finalist in the prestigious RWA writing contest.

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Undercover Vices 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
MaryF13 More than 1 year ago
Cassie is a spunky down-on-her-luck Texas woman. Desperate to move away from her hometown, where she can't do anything right anyway, she decides to start giving home shows for novelty items. You know the kind. The first couple of chapters where she's demonstrating the devices, especially when she's demonstrating in front of a group of septuagenarians, had me laughing out loud. Enter Reed, vice cop, a man who she'd once had a crush on. They begin an affair, her never thinking her home shows are illegal, he never knowing that the woman he's investigating is the woman in his bed. Waiting for him to find out keeps you turning the pages!
cinful1121 More than 1 year ago
I love how this one got off the ground and running between Reed and Cassie. It didn't have the long drawn out wait for the main characters to hit the sheets and sometimes that's just down right refreshing! It cracks me up that Reed had a chocolate addiction and even has a "chocolate stash drawer" in his desk at the police station LOL, how cute!!! It was equally funny everytime Anderson tried to steal it hahaha. On another note I wanted to punch Amanda Mason the wench! Reed was totally up front with her not leading her on in any way and she was just plain nuts, and a troublemaker. I really enjoyed this book it had depth, sizzling sex scenes and great characters. I definitely put this as a great read worth buying! Enjoy ;-)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I won't say don't read it, but there's something missing. There is not enough written to make you like or dislike the characters. Actually I was left feeling somewhat ambivalent about the main characters, actually leaning toward disllike.