Saturday, September 3, 2011

Infamous by Suzanne Brockmann

iconiconMy mom wanted me to check the ebook of Infamous out from the library for her Nook Color, so I ended up reading it, too.  And actually, I enjoyed it very much.  It's either romance or romantic suspense, with a little bit of a supernatural twist.  Alison Carter is a professor of history and considers herself an expert on Silas Quinn and the (supposed) outlaw Jamie Gallagher, but now Jamie's great-grandson, A.J. — who shouldn't even exist, according to how Quinn told the story — is trying to convince her that everyone's got it wrong.  The catch: A.J. is being haunted by Jamie's ghost until he gets the job done.

There's a lot more than just that going on, though.  On the set of the movie being made about Quinn — based on Alison's book, which she's now being told is all wrong — Alison witnesses something she shouldn't, and winds up with some very dangerous criminals trying to silence her.  It's up to A.J. — and Jamie! — to protect her.

For a book that wasn't originally on my reading list at all, I really enjoyed Infamous.  It's good fun — but be warned, it has some pretty descriptive sex scenes in it!

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