Glass Houses by Stella Cameron ReviewKensington, August 2000.
Hardcover, 384 pages .
NYPD detective Aiden Flynn, whom we first met in Cameron's bestselling Key West, doesn't have much of a social life these days, to the despair of his partner and good friend, Vani. Aiden spends more time online than he does in the real world. But when his computer crashes, he heads upstairs to check his email on a fellow cop's computer who is on vacation. By accident, Aiden finds some really strange email in his friend Ryan's in-box. A terrified English photographer, Olivia FitzDurham, seems to be under the impression that Ryan is named Sam, and that he is an FBI agent. Thinking that Ryan must be dirty, Aiden eventually takes on Sam's persona and convinces Olivia to come to the United States so that he can protect her from the threats she has been receiving when she refused an offer to sell some freelance photos she took while on assignment for a magazine. Olivia comes to the United States and meets Aiden. But the pair have been framed for a crime they didn't commit, and must go on the run to clear their names. The chemistry between the two is intense and they must deal not only with danger, but with their growing feelings for one another.
At the end of Key West, many fans were clamoring to know more about the sexy NYPD detective Aiden Quinn. Those fans will be more than satisfied with Aiden's exciting story. Aiden and Olivia are a wonderful couple, and sparks really fly when they are together. The cast of supporting characters, including Aiden's beloved dog, (who is now fitted with metal teeth) and some really memorable crooks, round out the story nicely. The action is nonstop, the romance sizzles and the humor is wonderfully interlaced with the adventure. Aiden himself is a real dreamboat, and his story is unforgettable.
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