On the Prowl by Kimberly Dean

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Slinking through shadows. Slipping through open windows. Jimmying locks. Talia Sizemore hadn't intended to become a thief, but what a rush her secret identity is! The more she steals, the more she craves the danger and the exhilaration. Her newborn freedom encourages other liberal tendencies, and soon she's pushing the limits of her sexuality to keep experiencing the same highs.The situation only gets hotter when a bull-headed detective starts investigating her. Riley Kinkade has set his sights on the New Covington Cat Burglar, and Talia can't help but squirm as he closes in on her. The man's smart, observant and extremely imposing. He's also the sexiest thing she's ever seen. He's out to get her, but she finds herself wanting to be caught. Her desire for him is absolute.He's watching her every move, but still, she can't stop stealing. There's something incredibly arousing about being bad right under the good detective's nose. As the frequency of her thefts increase, so do his thorough searches of her home and person. Once he gets his hands on her, watch out!This is one sexy cat and mouse game that is guaranteed to spiral out of control.

About Kimberly Dean

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In 2004, Kimberly & James Dean sat down at their kitchen table to work on a children's book together. Their dream has finally become a reality with the release of this new Pete the Cat book, Pete the Cat and His Magic Sunglasses. Both left corporate jobs in the late nineties (James was an electrical engineer; Kimberly worked in the press office of the governor of Georgia) to pursue their passion for art, and they have experienced a life made up of strange and wonderful coincidences ever since. Pete the Cat has brought magic into their lives. They work in side-by-side studios in Savannah, sharing their home with five cats and Emma the pug.
Published November 1, 2009 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc. 318 pages
Genres: Romance, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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