Miller's Tale

Miller s Tale If it were true that opposites attract then Steve Miller and Sonja Knight were the perfect match The handsome twenty five year old rookie cop on the Los Angeles Police Department couldn t help but fa

  • Title: Miller's Tale
  • Author: G.A. Hauser
  • ISBN: 9781594266843
  • Page: 102
  • Format: Paperback
  • If it were true that opposites attract, then Steve Miller and Sonja Knight were the perfect match The handsome twenty five year old rookie cop on the Los Angeles Police Department couldn t help but fall head over heels in love with the twenty nine year old sassy African American defense attorney When the two meet one evening at a report of a burglary in progress at SonjaIf it were true that opposites attract, then Steve Miller and Sonja Knight were the perfect match The handsome twenty five year old rookie cop on the Los Angeles Police Department couldn t help but fall head over heels in love with the twenty nine year old sassy African American defense attorney When the two meet one evening at a report of a burglary in progress at Sonja and her roommate Chelsea s home, Steve is immediately smitten by the beautiful lawyer They begin a tumultuous, sexually charged affair, laden with landmines and hurdles Can the two unite and become committed to each other Or will they allow the outside world to tear them apart In a world where differences matter, Steve and Sonja have an uphill battle.

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    1. Twenty-nine Year Old, Sonja Knight Met Officer Steve Miller The Night Someone Tried To Break In Through A Kitchen Window, She Thanked The Stars That He had Never broke in on her And Her Room Mate, Chelsea. They Were Both Lawyers But She Got Criminals Off And Chelsea Did Contract Law. Officer Miller And Her Exchanged Heated Glances That Made Her Knees Weaken While Chelsea Openly Flirted With Him. Steve Did What He Could For The Window, Gave Her His Card And Their Case Number, And He Left As Chels [...]

    2. Had trouble rating this one. Make no mistake, it's horrible. But once you accept the fact that the dialogue is over the top groan-worthy, the sex is non-existent it's so bad, and the male character is a weepy girl, you can actually hunker down and enjoy the good parts.Review to follow.

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