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An Unlikely Match

3.46 of 5 stars 3.46  ·  rating details  ·  13 ratings  ·  6 reviews
"Hogan. Jack Hogan."

The cocky ex-Secret Service agent is determined to point out the security risks in this eccentric little beach town. Mayor Claire Betancourt's town.

Claire is just as determined to protect Heron Point and its free-spirited citizens-however quirky they may be-from his interference. No way are Jack's take-charge attitude and dangerous good looks going to s
Paperback, 297 pages
Published November 1st 2005 by Harlequin Books
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I liked this. Sometimes the conflict between the two main characters got a little silly, I thought-- not the internal, romantic conflict--that worked well. But the mayor v. security expert conflict often made little sense. Still, it was a nice story.

Some of the Gulf Coast barrier island things felt off... I don't know that it's even possible to close off all but a few access points to one of the barrier islands. If it's small enough, maybe. The abandoned hotel property seemed decrepit in some o
A brilliantly well written story fulfilling the expectations of two people living in a small place called Heron Point, somewhere along the Gulf of Mexico and as it, it is an island of Florida, what brings them together is their attraction for each other. They hadn’t known their attraction for each other until they met. But it grew and grew between them. A lively town of likeable people inhabit Heron Point, most of which are friends to the woman Mayor with her laid back rules of organization and ...more
Nancy Anderson
Woman Mayor. FL resort town. High -end resale shop owner.
I really enjoyed this book! It is a very nice love story with great characters and a great plot! I look forward to reading the next book called An Unlikely Father!
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. I thought the story line was quite simple however it kept me interested to continue reading it. It was an easy read :)
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I was born in Indiana and raised in a small town in Ohio. I guess that explains why most of my romance books have small town settings. When I'm not writing, I love to travel. My husband and I just bought a travel trailer so we could take our Silky Terrier Mix, Sparky, on trips with us. I have one son who is also a writer - a movie critic. My stepdaughter is a horse trainer and supplies me with all ...more
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