Title: Protective Custody
Publisher: Carina Press
Pub Date: 9 May 2011
Author: Daniels, Wynter
Protective Custody is a very exhilarating adult fiction. I like how the fact the mystery that’s engulfing the female character serves to not only bring more tension in the story, but also to serve as a form of exhilaration.
Protective Custody starts off with the main female character witnessing a murder and nobody seems to believe what she had said. She then calls up her ex for protection and things started to get much, much better.
I enjoyed reading this story very much. Despite of it being an adult fiction; an erotica, it’s not trashy at all. If only all other erotica are like this, I believe the believe the genre would not be marked as trashy.
I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. I received an ARC of this book from Carina Press via Netgalley. I was not compensated in any ways for writing this review.
Shocked by the brutal crime she witnesses through the window of her small office, Megan Jackson calls the police and is devastated when they question the truth of her story. With no body and no evidence of a crime, she’ s written off as a nutcase.
Megan suspects the killer saw her face. Terrified, she calls the only person she can trust—her ex-boyfriend and former police officer, Will McCoy.
Despite a devastating breakup, Will jumps at the chance to help the woman who broke his heart. When the killer ramps up the stakes, Will is forced to take her into hiding—where the passion they once shared reignites, deeper and hotter than ever. But can Will keep Megan alive long enough to win back her heart?