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Never Kiss a Stranger

3.51 of 5 stars 3.51  ·  rating details  ·  91 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Laura Golightly expected her trip to Europe would be pretty dull. After all, helping out an elderly writer on a publicity tour isn't exactly a thrill a minute. On the other hand, trying to stop a cat burglar may be a bit too exciting. Especially if it's her heart he's trying to steal
Paperback, 124 pages
Published September 12th 2006 by Harlequin
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Working as a live-in personal assistant for an author, Laura is awakened one night by the sound of someone breaking into their hotel suite. When she yells for help, the masked burglar kisses her to keep her quiet, then leaves. Who is he and what was he looking for?

Laura is a pretty but empty-headed, naïve and self-deprecating – the most annoying kind of heroine(?). I picked this up because Madeleine Ker is the pseudonym of one of my favorite authors, Marius Gabriel. It was my first foray into gr
Sweet and cute, but got complicated in a way that maybe a manga shouldn't. The "action" section got confusing due to the manga format, I think, not because it was necessarily too complicated. There was a good deal of information given in two or three word balloons.
Stephanie Meehan
the cheesiest and stupidest one i have read yet. I mean we're are suppose to believe that this guy who is a millionaire would not hired someone to go steal the papers. And this girl would fall in love with someone who just kisses her without waring.
This was a cute slightly odd little story about espionage, terrorism, burglary, a famous author, airplanes and a rich rogue. You can always try to make a story better by adding a rich rogue. I suppose it doesn't hurt.
Preposterous story, and seemed to be missing the charm of a Japanese romance manga. This is the only Harlequin Pink I've read, so maybe these are more appealing to fans of Harlequins than of manga.
I actually really liked this. I felt that it was a fun story with good looking people, with Rom-Com-like action squences.
This is a story of love and adventure. It's a cute happy ending story.
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