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Debbie M. (Tafwin) reviewed Dangerous Curves (March Madness) (Silhouette Intimate Moments, No 917) on
Dangerous Curves opens with Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, Samantha Martin, running through a Florida swamp from a mental institution. Fearing for her life, she is more frightened of the people who are after her than the snakes and alligators.
Jake Cavanaugh is an ex-cop who threw in the towel after his best friend and partner was killed on duty. On his way home, the last thing he expects on a deserted Florida highway is a woman in major trouble. He picks Samantha up, intending only to give her a ride, but when her story comes out, he pulls over at a truck stop and calls one of his cop friends to help her. But then, two gunmen arrive. They shoot the policeman and kill the waitress and the cook, too.
Now, wanted by the police, Jake and Samantha must find out who wants her dead and exactly what she has captured on film that has made her a target. Along the way, she and Jake must face their own demons even as they uncover a government conspiracy, and fall irrevocably in love with one another.