Reader Review: Lisa Marie Rice is one of my auto-buy authors. I love her stories; Dangerous Secrets keeps up with her other novels - a consistent good time in reading! In this story, Charity Ames, a small town librarian, is the focus of a mission to capture an Eveeeeel Terrorist. Homeland Security is aware of her friendship with the suffering Russian writer/gulaag survivor, and unknown to Charity, aka Eveeeeeeel Terrorist. Enter Nicholas Ireland, a tough, sexy, alpha, homeland security agent (le pant, le pant) who goes undercover as a stock broker millionaire, and begins to move in on Charity in the attempt to apprehend the Eveeeeeel Terrorist. What follows is an intense, suspenseful and erotic romance. Read it!
Small-town librarian Charity Prewitt never dreamed she'd meet and fall in love with a man like Nicholas Ames. The handsome, rich, charming, sexy-as-hell millionaire blew into tiny Parker's Ridge, Vermont, and immediately rocked her world. Powerful, sensual, the perfect man, Nick knows all the right words—and all the right spots to touch, sending her soaring to dizzying new heights of ecstatic abandon. Never before has prim and proper Charity leapt into bed with a perfect stranger—and now that she's there with him, nothing is going to drag her away!
But Nick Ames is not who he claims to be. In truth, he is Nicholas Ireland—the one they call "Iceman." A former Delta Force operator, now a high-level undercover agent, he will do whatever his government asks of him—lie, seduce, betray . . . even kill, if necessary—for the sake of the mission. And this time his mission is Charity Prewitt.
Suddenly one woman has broken down his chilly restraint and ignited his passions completely. And before the erotic dream turns into a nightmare, will Charity be able to melt the Iceman's cold, cold heart?
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|Title of Erotic eBook: Dangerous Secrets||Series: Dangerous, , #2|
|Release Date: 07-01-2008|
|Publisher: HarperCollins e-books|
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Krasnoyarsk Nuclear Power Plant
Ten days earlier
At first light, as agreed, the pilot was waiting, alone, at the bottom of the rolling stairs. It was an undeclared flight with a plane that didn't officially exist and no copilot would be welcome. The fewer people involved, the better.
They were on a runway on the far side of the military airport, which had been decommissioned when the Soviets lost power. A pilot and a nuclear engineer.
They had only been told first names, Lyosha and Edik. Both names were false, but it didn't matter.
The nuclear engineer, whose real name was Arkady Sergeyevitch Andreyev, knew the only thing about the pilot that was necessary—that he was a zek, a former guest of the Russian Gulag. They were members of that very exclusive club—men who didn't die in the Russian Bear's cruel embrace.
The two men didn't shake hands. But when the pilot stretched out his hand to help Arkady maneuver the hand truck to shift the heavy container from the van to a loading pallet, Arkady saw what he expected to see—a barbed-wire tattoo around the pilot's wrist.
Former prisoners had their experience in hell etched into their skins, not just their souls. Arkady was covered in tattoos, from the stars on his knees that meant he bowed to no man, to the crosses that were a symbol of the years in the Gulag. He wore them proudly....
Title: Dangerous Secrets
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Number of Comments: 6 Rating(s) 5 Review(s)
3 of 5 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
I love this story right from the beginning and cou
April 22, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from MELAKA, MY
I love this story right from the beginning and could not put this book down. The author, based on many of her other books creates wonderful strong characters of super male heroes who champions children and elderly folks. The book pulled at my heartstring so much I actually felt the fear he went through when he had to let the woman he loves be entangled with the most dangerous terrorists of all time.
A definite MUST READ.
Lisa Marie Rice is one of my auto-buy authors. I
April 3, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Aliso Viejo, CA US
Lisa Marie Rice is one of my auto-buy authors. I love her stories; Dangerous Secrets keeps up with her other novels - a consistent good time in reading!
In this story, Charity Ames, a small town librarian, is the focus of a mission to capture an Eveeeeel Terrorist. Homeland Security is aware of her friendship with the suffering Russian writer/gulaag survivor, and unknown to Charity, aka Eveeeeeeel Terrorist. Enter Nicholas Ireland, a tough, sexy, alpha, homeland security agent (le pant, le pant) who goes undercover as a stock broker millionaire, and begins to move in on Charity in the attempt to apprehend the Eveeeeeel Terrorist.
What follows is an intense, suspenseful and erotic romance. Read it!
This book features my favorite type of Alpha Hero.
December 6, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Waxahachie, TX US
This book features my favorite type of Alpha Hero... Ice cool under pressure and hot, hot, hot when it comes to the woman he loves. Nick is all that and more. I couldn't put this book down.
Charity is sweet, genteel, as ladylike as can be (
November 29, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Bay Area, CA US
Charity is sweet, genteel, as ladylike as can be (a little too perfect maybe). Nick is rough and tough, very much the alpha male. Expected to die young, he never imagines he will find love and peace in Charity's embrace. Dangerous Secrets is hot and steamy. Although the characters tend to be rather stereotypical and the terrorist/organized crime plot is too grim (for me anyways). I enjoy how the story is told practically from inside the characters' head. Nick and Charity's explosive chemistry is totally intense. The love that developed between them is tender and sweet. I feel for Nick's turmoil over what he had to do and Charity's pain as the events unfold. Even then, the love shines through with Nick's determination to protect his love and Charity's unique combination of femininity and strength. What a wonderful romance.
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