Nobody Does It Better  (Lust In Translation, #4) (Harlequin Blaze, #401)
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Nobody Does It Better (Lust In Translation, #4) (Lust In Translation #4)

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Schoolteacher Holly Smith is on a mission. The objective? To find her long-lost mother. The setting? Venice, city of supersensuous delights. When an encounter with a suave, unbelievably tempting English tour guide attempts to derail her focus, Holly lets herself be distracted. After all, the man has very talented fingers. And lips. And, oh God, his tongue...Undercover spy...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published June 1st 2008 by Harlequin Books (first published April 1st 2008)
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Undercover spy, Gage Carsell, is sent to be Holly Smith's tour guide and stick to her like glue untill he gets evidence to prove she the notorious agent that has been escaping their clutches. But as he shows her around and after one encounter, Gage is positive Holly is not the agent they are looking for. Right when he is ordered to leave, he connects the dots and rushes back to rescue Holly from the real notorious agent. But when Holly buts the breaks on their week long romance they go back to t...more
An ordinary woman with extraordinary eyes has a week-long affair with a British secret agen posing as a tour guide in Venice. Whew - what a plot! Of course, there's a case of mistaken identity, emotional trauma from the past, a lovesick Siamese cat, and a villainess whose really just misunderstood. Gotta love Harlequin! And a good, enjoyable read.
An enjoyable, easy read. I wouldn't necessarily read it again, but I like the author's style.
a spy who's sinfully wealthy . . . I may have to give up category romance for a while.
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Ok book. Thought it dragged in places and found myself skimming parts.
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First, let me say this is how I show up at my desk every morning to write. Dahling, I couldn’t possibly write a word unless I was wearing 3-inch heels with a Martini at hand. NOT!!! But it’s so different, and face it, infinitely less scarey than the way I usually work, running shorts and t-shirt with a cup of tea nearby, that I had to put this picture up.

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