Also, I was thrilled and honored to receive a review for "ALL THE RIGHT MOVES", from Terri Armstrong, a fellow author and winning recipient of the book during a contest. I wasn't expecting the review but she gave me permission to post it.
"All the Right Moves” by D.A. Wallace: is a tale of smart, rough and rugged detective, Marshall Thomas who has had nothing but bad luck with women, especially Michelle, his last relationship.Enter Dr. Annie McCall, beautiful, intelligent, sexy and in danger; the four things that brought the attention of Detective Thomas to her door.
Annie, never one who enjoyed being told what she could and couldn’t do, defied her “protector” at ever turn. Bound and determined she didn’t need to be rescued by anyone, least of all some, detective with an over-inflated sense of self-worth, she, along with her pet bird, Harold, move in with Detective Thomas against her better judgment.
The sexual tension that stood tall and proud between them was as much a source of contention as it was arousal and passion. It isn’t long before Thomas’ aching need to claim Annie’s body gets the better of him. Reluctantly, he begins having feelings for her that go far beyond his animal desires. She was more dangerous than any assignment he’d ever been on…he could fall deeply in love with her.
Finally convinced she did need his protection, Annie succumbs to his constant insistence he call the shots…sort of. There’s still a fire in her that makes her determined to defend herself no matter the threat, which could turn out to be the biggest threat of all.
Can these two lust-struck people get control of themselves long enough to find a killer without being the next victims? Will their lust turn into something fulfilling and life-long?
I loved this book from the first word to the last. I wanted it to go on forever. Wallace weaves a tale of intrigue and pure, guttural lust unlike anything I’ve ever read. This is so much more than your coffee table romance; this is an entertaining, enticing, page-turning, gotta-read-it-to-the-end story. Bravo!
Reviewed by: Terri Ann Armstrong, Editor and Author of “My Soul has Spoken”, “Where do I Begin?” and “Husbandry 101” www.freewebs.com/tarmstrong