Brooklyn sex therapist, Saylor Oz, can’t seem to stick to sexual healing. The brother (Angel) of her roommate and best friend, Benita, has been incarcerated for the murder of three models. The two women know he’s innocent and will go to any extreme to prove it. Prior to their investigation, Saylor had written an article based on orgasmic expressions in porno films. During her research, she’d watched a movie called Bad, Bad Babydoll featuring a psycho-killer model who murdered her rivals. Positive that the star of this porno flick is the real killer, Oz enlists the aid of “a dream-faced, hard-bodied stallion” PI who worked for the lawyer defending Angel. The devastatingly gorgeous dick pooh-poohs Oz’s theory but there is definite chemistry between them. Tracking down the porno star, the best friends become involved in the world of high fashion. A hot designer decides to make Saylor his new “It” model, despite her diminutive stature. Calling herself, Babydoll, the sex therapist hopes to lure the killer to try one more time.
If you happen to be a Stephanie Plum fan, Babydoll is the book for you. Packed with action, humor and exceptionally great-looking men, this fast-paced whodunit provides readers with thrills, chills and places in the Big Apple that… Read More