The Man Hunt by Phyllis Campbell
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Length: Full (222 pages)
Rating: 5 Books
Reviewed by Wisteria
Unwilling to let another man control her life, Dr. Jordan Reed hires someone to portray her new love interest to satisfy her nagging stepmother. Part of the bargain is that he convince her ex-boyfriend that she has happily moved on. Unfortunately, it’s hard to prove when Brock Hamill blames Jordan for his sister’s suicide and embarks on a mission to destroy her psychiatric credibility. Acting the part of a patient, his mission is deterred by the doctor’s hot body and giving heart, and when he discovers her life 's in jeopardy, he’s willing to reveal his true identity to save her. Will Jordan forgive his deceit when she learns the truth?
Jordon needs to have a man in her life, but after her long-time boyfriend dumped her to marry her stepmother, she has been gun shy. When her stepmother decides to bring hubby and come for a visit, Jordon decides, with the help of her friend, to place an advertisement for a man to help her. Brock has motives of his own for getting close to the good doctor. Torn between her attraction for a patient and the raw sexual power of a man she met in a bar, Jordon is faced with making some ethical decisions.
An absolute delight to read. Ms. Campbell has done a wonderful job of creating characters with real, believable emotions and issues, making the story one that will pull you in from the first page. Complete with good heat and a story that moves well, it had my fingers rushing to keep up with my eyes. Vivid descriptions bring the characters to life and kept me panting till the end.
Without a doubt, Ms. Campbell has just found herself a new fan. This story is going into my keeper folder on my PC. Great job, my dear, you have done a superb job!