This trade-paperback-sized story wouldn't make a half-bad novella if you cut out all the frantic, self-consciously-written sex scenes. I know SJ is known for her sex scenes, but what I don't know is WHY. They're... dull. But the story itself was actually pretty good.
Stella Scott is a comic book store owner. Danny Rees designs computer games & is richer than... she calls him a kazillionnaire, which seems pretty appropriate.
Somebody's broken into his office, trying to steal the details of his new game. She looks like a suspect, and he doesn't talk about any details of his game designing, so she thinks he's just saying he's a game designer when he's really a drug dealer. So they each suspect each other, while in the meantime they can't keep their hands (& other body parts) off each other.
In addition, there's a nice secondary romance between a confirmed bachelor & a divorced mom who's sworn off marriage.
The comic store setting.
The mutual suspicion which could be cleared up by just talking to each other, but it makes sense that they don't.
The secondary romance.
The ho-hum sex scenes.
Wait until it's out in mass market size or get it at your library unless you're a big Susan Johnson fan.