Operation Prince Charming by Phyllis Bourne
Publisher: Love Spell
Length: Full Length (290 pgs)
Heat Level: Sensual
Raiting: 4 books
Reviewed by Fennel
With his fiancée out hunting bigger game, Detective Hunter Coleman realizes that good manners are no match for basic instincts, and he's got all the charm he needs to win the woman he really loves.
Take the social climbing Erica, partnered with the down to earth cop, Hunter Coleman, and what do you get? A woman demanding that the cop ‘go get himself a makeover’ to impress her new friends, that’s what!
Author Phyllis Bourne, ensures that the social climbing Erica forgets the saying, ‘Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it.’ Then she adds Ali Spencer to the mix as the cop, Hunter Coleman’s, instructor and mentor.
Ms Bourne ensures nothing goes smoothly for Hunter and Ali, and poor Erica! Well she, too, had lessons to learn. For her, the outcome was not so good. The road travelled by Hunter and Ali was a stony, but they learned from their experiences.
If at times the story faltered, the reader soon connected to the characters again. All her characters feel as though you could meet and talk to them in passing on the street.
Charming by title and charming by read, I did enjoy the book.