Kensington Brava, Jan 2005, 7.99, 116 pp.
Engineering project consultant Kelly John Beach realizes he botched an assignment when he failed to notice the camera inside the wall clock that taped his illegal break and entry into Marian Diamonds. He was seeking proof that the firm was fronting a Spectra operation involving stolen diamonds from Sierra Leone. His espionage associate Tripp Shaunessey suggests he needs an alibi to prove he was elsewhere; the best alibi is a woman.
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Risking a sexual harassment case, his employer Hank Smithson reluctantly asks his assistant Emma Webster to help. She readily agrees and soon learns what she needs to know about these mysterious consultants. Her task is an easy one for her; pretend to be Kelly's lover, a fantasy that she has had since they first met. Kelly shares her deep desire as Emma has been the star of many erotic dreams. As they work on THE BEACH ALIBI, they fall in love. However, “Professor” Oliver Shore of Spectra has Emma kidnapped as revenge for kelly's actions .
The review of this Book prepared by Harriet Klausner