Justice Department has to Read Prosecutor’s Steamy Sex Scenes

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By Allan Lengel
For AOL News

WASHINGTON — Officials in the buttoned-down world of the Justice Department, accustomed to dull legal briefs and just-the-facts indictments, are getting a dose of steamy sex scenes on their reading list.

That’s because assistant U.S. Attorney Allison Leotta, a D.C. sex crimes prosecutor, recently landed a three-book deal with Simon & Schuster. Her first suspense novel “Law of Attraction,” released in October, included some hot sex scenes. Her second novel, in the works, already promises more of the same.

And her bosses have to read each manuscript before publication to check for any breach of security issues.

“It was embarrassing to me,” Leotta, 37, said of the screening of the first book by the Justice officials. “There were some steamy sex scenes, not the sort of thing I’d discuss with my boss and ethics officials at the Justice Department. It made rides in the elevator a little uncomfortable for a while.”

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