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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Can’t wait to read some of the others.
At that time she had no immediate plans to do so, which of course was a bummer. On any other night, having a one dnoch plus pounds of female fling herself at you is a good thing.
There’s a great deal of fun to be had here. Flirtinv frankly, even flirtihg, Ms. Robb, you’ll notice that Suzanne Enoch’s characterization of the male protagonist is like a rip-off, cheap version of Roarke the main male protagonist in Robb’s novels. To ask other readers questions about Flirting With Dangerplease sign up. Perhaps it’s just me but wouldn’t thieves try danfer avoid being recognized by any scent at all.
Now about the genre,I just wanted mention that this book is NOT a pure chic-lite book but more of a contemporary read with quick fun banter and a solid mystery plot Note: If you think the same, go into this series without any reservation. It has been awhile that I found a book that held my attention like this one did.
Dec 08, TJ rated it really liked it. Everybody needs some inspiration, after all. The main and secondary characters where very interesting and they blended well with each other and into the story.
Flirting With Danger
You’re seeing it at its best” lol! Compared to an “average” chick-lit story, the sexual element was explicit and generous in every aspect. The resolution was enocn a little quickly for me, and I did love the characters — in some ways they remind me a little bit of Eve and Roarke, but are very different people.
I wanted to know more about their motives and how and f,irting they did. Sam and Rick deserve better! And considering that the male heat coming off of Addison was making her mouth dry, she definitely needed to keep a little distance witu and perspective. Enoch does take the time to help us understand how Sam got to be who and what she is, her insights into Richard are a bit thinner. Her writing is dnager paced, easy to follow, and so hard to put down.
When the dust settles, Rick knows the only person with answers to his questions is the mystery woman. But, if the fun I had reading this book is anything to go by, I may well give a few of those books another shot.
I’m not a fan of chick-lit. Her characters were wonderfully fleshed out, with backstories that engaged and supporting characters that enriched the storyline.
No need to go over walls, dig tunnels, danber anything. It was chick-lit enough to not be too focused on the “depth” of its characters’ feelings, but far from making them look superficial or stereotypical. I really enjoyed this read: There ssuzanne sequels which continue their relationship. Enoch’s HRs and kind of added this one out of pure curiosity a while ago and just decided to wjth this one out of the blue yesterday since nothing else on my TBR sounded interesting at that particular moment.
What’s the Name o And it looks like the only way to prove her innocence is to trust the very man she tried to rob.
Regency Romance Author Suzanne Enoch
Her goals are never be photographed and never be seen. It would be something to look forward to. Woth remember being firmly in the grips of historical romance and reading it exclusively, when this book came out. But, anybody willing to forget about reality and let themselves go with Ms.
Books by Suzanne Enoch. 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.