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Passion Patrol 2 - Female Sleuths, Romantic Adventures, Hot Cops, Hot Crime, Hot Romance, Hot Tea?: British Detective Mysteries Series by [Calin, Emma]
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Emma Calin was born in London in 1962. She currently lives in France and the UK. She has been writing since childhood and has won numerous local, national and international prizes for poetry and short stories. Emma currently writes action romance novels and gritty short stories in digital e-book, paperback and audio book formats. 'PASSION PATROL 1' is the first in Emma's 'Passion Patrol' series. A steamy love story set against a backdrop of international gambling corruption and deception. Interpol cop Anna Leyton finds herself torn between love and duty when her professional and private life intersects. 'PASSION PATROL 2' is the second stand-alone novel following the 'Passion Patrol' theme of hot cops, hot crime and hot romance. Shannon Aguerri is a witty but feisty inner-city wild-child cop, brought up on the wrong side of the tracks. Her unconventional methods and quick wit bring her success - but not without upsetting the bosses, who move her out to a rural patrol beat. She rapidly discovers there's more going on in this sleepy village than meets the eye. The son of a local aristocrat arouses suspicion of drug crime activity - but his widower father arouses more animal instincts! Their social differences mean nothing to their passion and need. Already in the mix is an upper class female rival - who has long plotted her way into the Earl's bed. The jealousy is an evil shade of green and the anger is a violent scarlet. Could she really mix with the British royal family? Can she risk her heart and career on yet another high risk unauthorised investigation? Can she get justice for an innocent boy? Dare a kid from the gutter dream of being a countess? 'COP'S KITCHEN' a companion cook book to 'PASSION PATROL 2' - read the romance, feel the passion TASTE the love. The 'LOVE IN A HOPELESS PLACE COLLECTION' - a complete 'boxed set' of 5 gritty hard-hitting novelettes and short stories which explore the human quest for love, compassion and survival. Emma has also published a series of illustrated children's modern-day fairy tales - the 'Once Upon a NOW' series, which includes 'ALF THE WORKSHOP DOG', 'ISABELLA'S PINK BICYCLE' and 'KOOL KID KRUNCHA AND THE HIGH TRAPEZE'. ONLINE LINKS: WEB: http://www.emmacalin.com BLOG: http://www.emmacalinblog.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/EmmaCalin FB: https://www.facebook.com/emma.calin INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/virtualbookcafe/ YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/EmmaCalin

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  • File Size: 4043 KB
  • Print Length: 277 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Gallo-Romano Media; 1.8 edition (February 24, 2014)
  • Publication Date: February 24, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IMTDVWK
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Originally I was quite excited about reading Shannon’s Law due to its U.K. setting and I was not disappointed with fully immersive cultural experience. The author was able to describe the setting and all of the associated pop culture and slang that accompanied it; however, this novel lacked in most other aspects. I found it difficult to relate to the two main characters due to a lack of depth, a lack of personality, and the unrealistic speed of their romantic involvement. There was some humor to the dialogue and overall the author’s writing style was relaxed and easy to read. I will admit that I don’t generally read books with sex scenes and novels like this one are exactly why. The sex scenes came off as cheesy and repetitive with no real sense of emotional intimacy between the characters or any imagination. I also found it difficult to reconcile the differences between the behaviors I would expect from a police officer to that of the main character Shannon, whom as the title suggests has her own way of doing things. Overall I am not sure that I would recommend this work to someone unless I knew that they were particularly fond of contemporary romance and comfortable with descriptive sex scenes.
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Hugga Bear Delicious!

This is my first Cop book and I have to say “WOW!” I absolutely loved it! The author has a way with her smooth writing to draw in the reader with some addictive characters and some detective like suspense solving dangerous crimes and drama’s of high society snobs/perbs vs middle-low class meter okra mentality.

First let me say that the characters and their chemistry drew me in immediately. I loved Shannon (village constable) and her intuitive ambition. The woman is sexy, fearless, caring, and blunt as hell. Her joking attitude towards life kept me laughing throughout the whole story. Shannon is the type of woman who has worked for everything she has; she is not rich or poor but has grown up on the poor side making her have a greater appreciation of life, respect, and a passionate soul towards other human beings.

Spencer is one big Hugga Bear, yeah he is a high society rich aristocratic Earl (Sir Bloxington) but he is down to earth and has personality of Old School formality and politeness. He is sexy, built, and passionate – a real knight in shining armor. His tale of losing a wife and raising a son (Ben) is heart breaking and in a way makes him blind to the things that are going on around him – well until he meets Shannon – LOL

The story’s plot is filled with exciting suspenseful drama solving several crimes that seem to flow like a triple effect from one person’s actions. Dealing with young punks, drug and human trafficking, murder, black mailing, jealousy, conniving evilness, Frauds & stolen identities, and lots of trust issues amongst themselves, the story just totally captivates you. Get ready for a Braingasm as the author put it.

The romance is beautiful.
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This is a funny book; the heroine cop is mouthy and hilarious and someone quite new in police-lit. She is a bi-racial, working class British copper who has been assigned to a sleepy English village after going about her police activities a little too independently in Brixton, London. She's happily gets around town on her police bicycle (after some unfortunate business in the village cop car), cycles sportily in her spare time, and is desperate to find some crime to fight. As in all British pastoral cop novels, serious crime eventually does find her, but not before she manages to bed the local aristocrat, and sniff out the local drug trade. Even without the erotic parts of the novel, this would be a fun police procedural novel and fits squarely in the Brit tradition of village murder plots and the intelligent police people who have to cut through layers of local custom and silence. It is, however, also an erotic romance, and that on one hand is terrific -- Shannon is a whole person with sexual needs, and it's great seeing a female character who goes after what she wants. The writing in the sex scenes is, however, embarrassingly bad. It's odd because the author's ear for Shannon's patter and her general style is marvelous. I really enjoyed reading the dialogue and the vividness of the descriptions. The sex, however, was cringe-worthy. Another oddity is that although Shannon is bi-racial, there's a white police officer on the cover - what's up with that? Dealing with people's reactions to her is an interesting part of the book (Britain is not exactly advanced when it comes to race relations or dealing with its colonial past), and seeing her cut through layers of race and class prejudice and privelege gives this book an extra edge I really enjoyed.Read more ›
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Shannon's Law is about a rather lippy wpc Shannon Aguerri who has been assigned to the small English village Fleetworth-Green, seemingly to put her unorthodox methods out to pasture. Her problems appear to be someone dousing cats with water, a horse that gets into people's gardens, until she comes across some youths seemingly doing drugs. All but one runs, and she takes the last one home, to find his father is an Earl. What follows is entrapment, romance, and eroticism. This book is probably unsuitable for the puritanical or defenders of moral values. The romance has its problems, but not very many, and the erotic turns up fairly frequently.

Just when the romance gets under way, something unheard of happens: a murder! Oops! Real police work is required. This was handled quite well by the author, and indeed if the erotic were cut out and the romance trimmed down quite seriously, with a little embellishment elsewhere the book would be quite a good English village drama. The cricket game and what happens related to the royal birth are examples that would not be found elsewhere, although their coverage is sufficiently light that the reader may have to know something about English village life to fully appreciate what is there. The book is reasonably well-written, although the start is somewhat loaded with purple prose descriptions. For me there was one puzzle. Chapter 11 was a blank page. Existentialism gone too far? Was Emma Calin aiming to suddenly become the John Cage of literature? But leaving such flaws aside, and leaving aside the slightly irritating over-lippiness of Shannon, this was a surprisingly pleasant read, with well-defined characters, particularly the minor ones, and it does give an insight into village life.
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