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No One But You (The Wade Brothers #2)

4.4 of 5 stars 4.40  ·  rating details  ·  162 ratings  ·  5 reviews
FBI agent Althea Pritchard jumps at the chance to solve the case of an abducted teenage girl. But she's paired with Special Agent Damien Wade, who also happens to be the sexy man with whom she shared one reckless night of passion. Original.
Paperback, 320 pages
Published December 1st 2008 by Dafina
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Deena
Nobody can do romantic suspense like Maureen Smith. This book was really good. I literally could not put it down at one point, because I was so curious about who the bad guy was; it's never the obvious person, so I suspected just about everyone - and never considered the person who turned out to be the bad guy (what a surprise!). The action took place in my neck of the woods, which made the book even more appealing to me.

Loved, loved, loved that fine Damien Wade. Other reviewers have been correc
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Shawnette
I've been on Maureen Smith romantic-suspense reading frenzy since last week...I've read the last of four of her books I had in my TBR pile...and was CAUGHT UP in the romance and suspense of each one...and although "No One But You" starts out with a BIG BANG...the immediate mysterious kidnapping...and then the HIGHLY erotic sexual encounter between Damien and Althea is quite THRILLING & SEXY...unfortunately as the story goes on it sort of FIZZLES a bit...I'm a HUGE fan of Mrs. Smith's tales.. ...more
Shauntavia Mcintyre
I loved the romantic parts of the book and the mystery to solve to crime led the couple closer together I could've done without the whole crazy things that tied into the book
Sharon
Mar 16, 2009 Sharon rated it 5 of 5 stars
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This was a very good read. I really like the way Damien was protective of Althea. Fast paced and hard to put down. I recommend.

Kyra Gates
Man I'm just going to say I can't believe I was wrong!
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