When he graduates from the Police Academy, David Mayfield is no rookie. His past experience as an MP allows him to jump right into an undercover mission.
Hired at the Bush Fire, a strip-club owned by the white supremacist group David’s task force is investigating, he is to gather information.
But fascinated by Jeanne-Michelle, a curvaceous Haitian dancer, he soon realizes that the real challenge of his mission may turn out to be abiding by the single rule of the strip club: “No messing around with the talent.”
You can read Cold Fusion first and then go on to Stone Cold and Cold Burn or start with those two and finish with Cold Burn.
Book Description 2
COLD FUSION can be read as a standalone novel.
With her sister in the hospital, Jeanne-Michelle has no choice but to step in her shoes. That means taking care of her sweet nephew and shaking her voluptuous curves dancing around a pole.
David Mayfield, an undercover cop investigating the owners of the club, falls hard for the Haïtian beauty and the kid and soon realizes her heart is not the only thing she’s stolen.
You can read Cold Fusion first and then go on to Stone Cold and Cold Burn or start with those two and finish with Cold Burn.”
Targeted Age Group:: 21 and above
About the Author:
“Born in Manhattan, Olivia Rigal spent her youth going back and forth between the United States and France.
She lived and studied in both countries. While studying she kept herself busy with a variety of jobs taking her from the Paris Clignancourt Flea Market to a famous English auction house in Manhattan.
Olivia settled in France to raise her family. She travelled throughout South East Asia and has a special fondness for Laos and Thailand.
When her law practice does not keep her busy in Paris, she runs away to write novels in her Florida home next to MacArthur Beach State Park.
She loves to chat with readers so please feel free to reach out.
She has a passion for leopard and is always wearing at least one piece of it … whether you can see or not.”