Bounty hunter Bryan Kelly is back, head-over-hormones in lust with a woman he thinks is a hooker. Bryan will do anything for his twin brother, even switch places to find out who wants to sabotage the naive preacher's charity work with a bunch of sassy, flirtatious prostitutes. But that means Bryan will have to be his brother in every way that counts - and he hadn't counted on Shay Sommers.
I discovered Lori Foster a couple of years ago and really enjoy her work. I have gradually been working my way through her back list with the help of borrowing ebooks from the library. I enjoyed this one, but it didn't knock my socks off.
Bryan and Shay are great together, the misunderstanding at the beginning is especially funny. I do wish they had both been more honest with each other, but the secrets they kept worked with the premise of the story.
The Secret Life of Bryan is part of a series, but I didn't feel lost for having not read the other books. There is just enough suspense to keep things interesting, but not so much to over power the story. This was definitely a book worth the time if you are in the mood to check out a back list book.