Reader Review: I don't normally read contemporary romance. Too often the plot is 'boy meets girl; loses girl; gets girl back' with no substance, storyline or flair. Suzanne Enoch obviously didn't read the manual on how to write boring contemporary romance. Flirting with danger has colour, verve, characters AND plot. Most definitely worth the time to read.
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 murderer and the millionaire who loves her.
Samantha Jellicoe is a thief and proud of it. Raised to appreciate the finer things in life, Sam has no trouble divesting the wealthy of their treasures. This all changed, however, the night she attempts to steal a valuable item from a Palm Beach estate. Before she knew what hit her, a bomb goes off, a guard is killed, and Sam ends up saving millionaire Richard Addison. She's a good thief and will own up to her jobs, but if anyone thinks to tie her to murder, they better think again.
On any other night, having a one hundred plus pounds of female fling herself at you is a good thing. But on this particular night, Richard Addison is mad as hell. Not only did he just have his gallery blown up-with him about to enter it-but the woman who rescued him didn't stick around to offer any explanations. When the dust settles, Rick knows the only person with answers to his questions is the mystery woman. And if she thinks she can hide from him, she better think again.
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|Title of eBook: Flirting With Danger||Series: Samantha Jellicoe, , #1|
|Release Date: 08-29-2006|
|Publisher: HarperCollins e-books|
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Flirting With Danger
Tuesday, 2:17 A.M.
Samantha Jellicoe wondered who, precisely, had written the rule that thieves breaking into anything larger than a paper bag must always scale walls. Everyone knew it. Everyone counted on it, from prisons to castles to the movies to theme parks to the impressive east Florida estate sprawling before her. Stone walls, electric fences, cameras, motion detectors, security guards, all for the purpose of preventing an enterprising lawbreaker from climbing over the walls into the sanctity of private space beyond.
She looked from the stone wall in front of her to the wrought-iron double gate at the front of sprawling Solano Dorado House and gave a small smile. Some lawbreakers were more enterprising than others. So much for the rules.
Drawing in a slow breath to steady her heartbeat, she unslung the weapon from her shoulder, sank deeper into the shadows outside the gate, aimed at the camera mounted atop the fifteen-foot-high stone wall to the left of it, and fired. With a small puff of air, a paint ball splatted hard against the side of the casing, tilting it crazily up toward the treetops and streaking the lens with white paint. An owl, disturbed by the motion, hooted and launched from a branch of the overhanging sycamore, one wing passing right in front of the redirected camera.
Nice touch, she thought, slinging the paint gun back over her shoulder. Her horoscope had said that today would be her lucky day. Normally she didn't put much stock in astrology, but ten percent of one-and-a-half million for an evening's work seemed lucky enough to qualify. She scooted forward, sliding a pair of long-handled mirrors into place...
Title: Flirting With Danger
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I don't normally read contemporary romance. Too of
April 27, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from AU
I don't normally read contemporary romance. Too often the plot is 'boy meets girl; loses girl; gets girl back' with no substance, storyline or flair.
Suzanne Enoch obviously didn't read the manual on how to write boring contemporary romance.
Flirting with danger has colour, verve, characters AND plot.
Most definitely worth the time to read.
I love this book. If Your looking for a book that
October 13, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Brooklyn Park, MN US
I love this book. If Your looking for a book that has romance and fierce, then this is the perfect book to get. I just love it! re-read it again, and again.
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