To everyone aboard the luxury cruise ship, Dan and Linda Duncan are the perfect couple; married, gorgeous, and in love. But Lo is actually working in disguise and undercover, with an assumed identity. She routinely uses her unusual beauty to seek out information for an independent detective agency associated with the FBI. Her boss understands she has a checkered past, with time spent in prison, but she's also smart, and has a law degree. During this investigation of a deadly enforcer for the Mob, they discover murderous ties to Linda’s own family. By the end of the voyage she has chased suspects through the tropical islands, been in physical confrontations with knife, fist and firearms; the deck is awash in blood. Can she survive the deadly fun cruise—and her boss—who may prove more deadly than the Mafia men she uncovers?
A fun read, yes. Darkness, danger, and death lurk within the labyrinth of corridors, passageways, and public attractions spread throughout the upper and lower decks of a large cruise ship.
Exciting, page turning! Passengers with hidden identities and agenda. Mafia mayhem. A little romance and a lot of action. Pamela Richter keeps you wanting more.
Deadly Fun was a fabulous book. I loved how the characters were so easy to fall in love with. I felt like I was reading a wonderful spy adventure that took place on a cruise ship. Who says it is against the rules to fall in love with a co-worker. Lo and Lance fight their feelings for one another over the course of this book.
Being weak was such a new experience Lo was bewildered by her body, which she’d always been able to rely on. One thing she knew for sure...Dan had been in a knife fight.
After she heard the nurse’s footsteps leave down the hallway, Lo struggled to stand again. And then Dan was in the doorway. He rushed over to her, held her arms, held her up, looking deeply into her eyes and then pulled her into a great hug. They stood like that for a long time. He felt so warm. Lo didn’t know how cold she was until she felt his arms around her. She breathed and let the warmth envelope her. It was so deeply wonderful.
“You always were too handsome,” Lo said. She could feel him laughing as he held her. “That scar will look so rakish, all the girls will swoon.”
Author P.M. Richter
Pamela Richter lives in West Hollywood, California. She has a degree in Psychology from Northridge University. Pamela was property manager for Nansay, Corp. a multi-national corporation. She has been a dance teacher for Arthur Murray and Fred Astaire Dance Studios. I love to hear from readers - Comments and emails are always welcome!
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