Seducing the Accomplice
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Seducing the Accomplice (All McQueen's Men #5)

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Socialite Sadie Mancini is a horrible judge of men. Case in point: her latest boyfriend has just abandoned her in Albania. Now, to her chagrin, Calan Friese, her sexy new protector, is a self-confessed killer, serious about terrorists and casual about women. Despite their sizzling chemistry, she knows she must leave him before he leaves her. But can she pull off a dangerou...more
Mass Market Paperback, Harlequin Romantic Suspense #1657, All McQueen's Men, 224 pages
Published April 19th 2011 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2011)
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Paige
Having a rich father is a lot to live up to for Sadie Mancini. Especially since her father doesn't support her artist dreams and disproves of always having to bail Sadie out of unfortunate situations.

Like the one she's in right now. While on vacation with her boyfriend, Sadie comes out of the restrooms and learns she's been abandoned by said boyfriend. Not only that but he took off with her passport, clothes, and most of her cash.

Stranded at the hotel, she meets Calan Friese at the bar. Seemin...more
bombay_sapphire
I thought this books was kind of different from the others in the series. For starters, while there was an interesting plot and a lot of action, I didn't really find a lot of romance, which worked in this case.

The book was more about building an attraction and relationship between Sadie and Callen. Both of them are wary of getting involved with anyone. Sadie's a lost socialite/artist who really wants her father's approval so she befriends people whom she thinks he would approve of which only lea...more
Jen
A fun and likeable read –my own political views clashed with the main characters', but that aside, I appreciated the realism of the developing relationship between Calan and Sadie. The hero has a lot of baggage behind him, but the heroine makes sure that they can both confront and rise above it. There's no mention of the three word sentence, but you know it's implicit, or soon will be. Wish more novels went down this track....more
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Known for her big smile and infectious laugh, Jennifer Morey writes her happy endings in Denver, Colorado, where she lives with her real-life hero. Her first stories were inspired by her childhood love of horses and The Black Stallion, by Walter Farley. Bubbles of dialogue above cartoon drawings led to hand-written tales of adolescent love. Years later, and two months after graduating with a BS in...more
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