Never Trust a Pretty Wolf by Elaine Cantrell deserves a solid five-plus stars. In fact, this is one I might actually read again, which for me is the sign of a really good book. It all starts out as a game as Liesel Wolf and Andy Bryce are paired up for a charity ‘geocache’ game sponsored by a local millionaire. However, the game goes sour when real danger comes their way. As it turns out, both Andy and Liesel have some nasty secrets from the past. Andy is a US Marshal on leave after an ‘incident’ and Liesel is the ex-wife of a notorious mobster. The characters are frustratingly flawed, which is one of the reasons I liked this book so much. The romance literally sizzled without anything graphic or explicit and there is a ton of action and intrigue. The author masterfully brings us to the brink again and again with a well developed plot and lots of twists and turns. This is the first book by Elaine Cantrell I’ve read, but I think I might just be a fan.