Thursday, April 14, 2011

JL Wilson, Ex-Wives, Extortion and Erotic First Editions

Title: Ex-Wives, Extortion and Erotic First Editions

Author: JL Wilson

Rating: Four And A Half Siren Stones

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Keywords: Crimson Rose, Spicy

Page Count: 262

ISBN E-Book: 1-60154-752-8

Price: $6.25

ISBN for Print: 978-1601547521

Price: $12.99

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press

Buy-Link: 978-1601547521

Reviewer: Nikki


Cryptic notes about 'sexy' books from his murdered ex-wife lead security executive Jack Kacincyzk to Odetta Burnett -- bookstore owner, erotica connoisseur, and a woman who loves a mystery.

Jack and Odetta decipher those clues on a road trip that reveals their own insecurities about aging, love, and commitment. Mistrust and misunderstanding make them separate at journey's end, but they're soon reunited when Odetta is attacked by men who are after the 'sexy' books she and Jack brought with them.

To cap off their adventure, Odetta finally unravels the last clue, leading them to a pornographic web site and a powerful politician who wants them dead. Can they escape in time to crash Odetta's ex-husband's wedding to Odetta's ex-best-friend? And can she and Jack find the courage to take a chance on love and maybe find a wedding in their future?


Romantic suspense with more than a dash of wit and humor is the perfect way to describe this book. Ex-Wives, Extortion and Erotic First Editions has a unique and intriguing plot, one that will have you smiling, at the edge of your seat, and begging for more. If the title alone didn't let on that this would be a humorous and fun book, then just by reading the first few pages will have the reader hooked. I certainly was, and I will certainly be looking for more books by JL Wilson. Jack and Odettea are an older hero and heroine, and reading their story brought me into a fit of chuckles and had me engaged throughout the book.

If you enjoy romantic suspense, written with witty and fun dialogue, characters that are memorable and fun, then I highly recommend this book.

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