In her dazzling romantic suspense debut, USA Today bestselling author Suzanne Enoch brings us a thrilling tale about a thief who needs to prove she’s no murd. With this grin-on-your-face, hair-streaming-in-the-wind joyride of a novel, Enoch ( England’s Perfect Hero) takes a confident leap from historical. Playing With Fire Will Get A Girl burned The Palm Beach job should have been a slam dunk for thief extraordinaire Samantha Jellicoe: relieve a British.
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Guests are to be expected. I did enjoy the detail of the break-in cat burglar stuff, the main character was a bit too much of being perfect and having every thing in the world drop in her lap perfectly. I will admit to being a little reticent in the beginning, but the blurb was so enticing, and when I started reading I totally fell in love with Samantha Jellicoe and Richard Addison. You dress your cat like that and you are just asking for him to act out.
Looking for dominant-powerful couple, pls help me. Who would do that?
Flirting With Danger
Her 31st book, Taming an Impossible Rogue, is set to arrive in March So I guess what I’m trying to say is that this review might be kind of biased because Book 2 is kind of working it’s magic on me right now. And, the kids would still visit him once we were done doing rich person stuff with Good-Daddy.
Every mile took her further from her gear and her car, further from the safety net of the city and its crowds. While there she discovers a trip wire set by someone else. Proving she is a genuine force to be reckoned with, historical author Enoch kicks butt with her amazing romantic suspense debut. Each and every character in this book played an important role in the plot and I’ pretty sure I’m going to be seeing all of them again throughout the series.
Was the bomb designed to destroy evidence of an earlier theft, to kill Richard or to target Sam? Rich guy, badass girl, except this girl is a cat burglar. In fact, the premise of asking the man you were trying to rob to assist you in clearing your name as a murderer is ridiculous.
Everything was just so freakin obvious. Enoch’s HRs and kind of added this one out of pure curiosity a while ago and just decided to pick this one out of the blue yesterday since nothing else on my TBR sounded interesting at that particular moment.
I mean how can you not? Eventually, with only a minor bit of hemming and hawing, Richard finds himself agreeing. I’m not a fan of chick-lit. What makes this book work — and, boy, does it work — are the characters of Sam and Richard, sparkling dialogue, and the manner in which Ms. Number of sex scenes: Aug 16, Maria rated it really liked it Shelves: The plot was pretty intricate, with multiple thieves, murders and suspects. The mystery is complicated, I’ve always loved Suzanne Enoch’s historical romances.
It was chick-lit enough to not be too focused suzanns the “depth” of its characters’ feelings, but far from making them look superficial or stereotypical. Before she knew what hit her, a bomb goes off, a guard is killed, and Sam ends up saving millionaire Richard Addison. This book is so much fun, one hates to put it down – even for a moment – to get anything else done! Jan 01, Fran rated it really liked it Shelves: To be fair, I haven’t read many books belonging to the genre, but that’s because the few attempts I’ve made have been a total disaster.
Not a difference to me. But honestly this one’s starting to grown on me. But,with these awesome characters,I couldn’t resist! Can’t wait to read some of the others.
Flirting with Danger — All About Romance
I absolutely loved how they slowly revealed bits and pieces of themselves and their pasts to one another. Addison ignored the exchange, instead flipping a button on the door console. I tried to like this book, I really did.
And if she thinks she can hide from him, she better think again. I want romance novels to pull me emotionally out of my life or entertain me with humor, and that was not the effect here. That thinking, however, was why her father had spent the last five years of his life in prison. Sam and Richard then form an uneasy alliance to help each other. Even though she was robbing his house. For somebody who likes her books to have an abundance of sex, this book proved the perfect compromise.
A photo meant you were labeled and remembered and recalled at convenience. She had her own voice and made everyone else listen to it. Aug 30, Ansu rated it it was amazing.
Jun 20, Steve rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really enjoyed the plot trying to figure out who set fanger Sam and why and seeing Sam and Rick learning to work together and not knowing whether they can trust each other.
Richard was a nice character, too. I originally read this as a borrowed paperback, and once I found out there was a whole series involving these characters, I wanted to come back and start reading them in ebook form. I was surprised this time too!
Flirting With Danger (Samantha Jellicoe, book 1) by Suzanne Enoch
She deserved that, she supposed, and let the comment pass. Her goals are never be photographed and never be seen.
In Suzanne left Avon Books for St. Mar 04, Kjen rated it it was amazing Shelves: