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Devil in Dress Blues (Uniformly Hot! #22)

3.81 of 5 stars 3.81  ·  rating details  ·  78 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Journalist Sara Sinclair is still waiting for her big break. Until one night, she finds it--in the form of a little black book. A book containing X-rated details about an exclusive club where powerful political men play. It could be the story of the century--or it could be the "last" story Sara writes....Sergeant Rafe Delgado has no use for journalists...even one as hot as ...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published October 1st 2011 by Harlequin Blaze (first published January 1st 2011)
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This book was boring and dull and I really had a hard time finishing it. The h/H Rafe and Sara were not bad people but just lifeless and I didn't like the plot that much.
Sara is a journalist and Rafe a marine, she is supposed to interview him but then she finds some incriminating information about high-society people. He despite not liking journalists protects her and tells her to be around and he may give her the the classified story she wants.

Honestly, the book just wasn't for me.
Lisa C
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Susanna Carr
Sergeant Rafe Delgado knew the moment he saw Sara that she was trouble. He knows all about trouble. He's a Special Ops soldier who is suspicious of everyone, especially ambitious journalists like Sara.

Sara is assigned to write about Rafe's heroics, but she's really supposed to find out about a rescue mission he did that's top secret. When she stumbles on a juicy story about a sex scandal, Rafe realizes that story has put Sara in danger. He wants to look after her 24/7, but how can he remain emot
Rating: 3.5/5

This was simply a good, easy read – I enjoyed the slightly over-the-top plot involving morally bankrupt politicians and high-fliers in clandestine affairs, and more importantly the hero and heroine didn't drive me nuts. I didn't even get ticked off by the hero's occasional "Shut up and listen to me 'cause I'm Secret Ops/SEAL" alpha moments, BECAUSE he was MODERATE – key word, MODERATE. Other authors who use this trope, take note.
Nicely done, though the ending was too quickly resolved for my taste. Then again, I'm not reading this for the suspense/mystery story, am I?

Hated the cover...dude looks like a pansy.
Not much to say, fairly typical. The cover has less to do with the story than usual. I guess that says something about it. I'm commenting on the cover not the story.
Loved both Rafe and Sara!!

It was a cute story and a very good choice for light reading.
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