Cassie Ashton has a passion for paleontology but not the PhD necessary to be taken seriously. When her crew happens upon the fossil remains of a young t-rex, she needs help authenticating her find, and has to turn to nemesis Alex Martinelli despite reservations. Alex is still smarting from Cassie's constant luck in finding big-ticket items while he keeps uncovering less significant finds, and looks at Cassie as a profiteer. As they work side by side to validate the remains, they realize there's a thin line between lust and hate. Despite Cassie wanting to keep Trixie the t-rex under wraps, word gets out and soon she discovers that someone close to her has betrayed her in order to cash in on Trixie. It's up to Alex and Cassie to rescue Trixie and their reputations.
Albert has a knack for dialogue, plotting, and character development. Loosely related to her earlier novel "Getting Her Man" (and even featuring the wedding of the two protagonists), Albert's knowledge of archeology and attention to detail keep the story flowing with never a dull moment action. About the only thing I didn't care for was the epilogue, which appears to serve no purpose other than to introduce the next character to get her own story; it just didn't fit with the rest of the story.