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Express Male (OPUS #2)

3.60  ·  Rating Details  ·  289 Ratings  ·  17 Reviews
Mild-mannered music teacher Marnie Lundy is menaced by a man who claims to know Lila intimately. Then there's that rescue by handsome spymaster OPUS agent Noah Tennant, who's convinced she's a threat to national security. Original.
Paperback, 376 pages
Published June 1st 2006 by HQN (first published 2006)
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Sep 04, 2011 Louisa rated it it was amazing
Great book, really funny, I loved it! Can't wait for book 3!
Jul 18, 2016 Kerri rated it it was amazing
Marnie is your typical woman going through the motions of life, but not really living it. She is living in her deceased father’s home, teaching piano lessons and her night out consists of her making a little extra money playing the piano in the evenings at a department store. But her life is about to be turned upside down when she is approached by three different men convinced that she is a lethal woman named Lila. The first man in awe gives her undercover papers, the second man threaten her int ...more
Oct 09, 2008 Gail rated it liked it
In this romantic comedy, the heroine is a piano teacher who also works playing piano at an Ohio (Cleveland, I think) department store. Then one night, as she's walking out to her car, she's apparently mistaken for someone else. Someone who is a spy? The hero is absolutely convinced she's his old partner in the spy business. He takes her in, because she's apparently gone rogue, but he can't break her story. The shrink they bring in says that's because she's lost her mind, and believes she really ...more
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Jul 07, 2016 Ashley P rated it liked it
I just finished reading this book and I found it to be just the thing I needed after having practically melted my brain attempting to finish a semester of school and then deal with Christmas vacation.

I was expecting nothing more than a cheesy romance novel when I was given this book by a friend of mine and I was wrong, because it was truly enjoyable. I loved the moments of suspense such as those at the beginning and was truly glad when they didn't go into the details of what kind of training som
This review will seem familiar because the same review will go for every book in this series, and that's not a bad thing. It was a fun and fast read. I would recommend to anyone who was looking for something that didn't require a lot of thought. It was cute and worth a beach read or a rainy day read to fill your time. I am giving it a two star even thought I would like to give it a two and half star because even though the book wasn't very deep it was still greatly entertaining.
Diane ~Firefly~
Oct 11, 2010 Diane ~Firefly~ rated it it was ok
Shelves: romance, contemporary
I actually enjoyed the secondary romance much more than the main one. The ending for both seemed a bit rushed and I'm not sure why they had to tell two completely different stories only linked by the fact that Ellie works for Noah. The main romance didn't have enough build up and Noah isn't a very interesting character. Ellie and Daniel were a lot of fun, but the pacing suffered from sharing a book.
Feb 16, 2014 Angela rated it did not like it
I was disappointed in this book, it had such a slow pace. I kept waiting for that ah ha moment. Never got one.
May 15, 2008 EJ rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
A music teacher is mistaken for her government twin who she does not know exists. It is a great read. The characters are strong and funny. The prior book You've got male needs to be read first so that you understand whats going on in this book.
Feb 13, 2009 Barbra rated it liked it
Shelves: contemporary
Quirky and funny. Music teacher and part-time lingerie saleswoman Marnie Lundy's biggest thrill is playing piano at the local mall...until the night everyone seems to think she's somebody else!
Then the fun begins....
Apr 06, 2011 ChampagneL8T rated it really liked it
Spy Novel. Good duel romance story lines. Left you wanting to jump into the next book because the mystery never gets solved. Really nice surprise twist at the end.
3rd in the series. cute book, but it felt lacking at the end. the ending in all the books has been that are left waiting for the next book to tie things up.
Oct 09, 2011 Christianne rated it it was amazing
I thought this book was very cute and held my interest. I actually finished it months ago but hadn't been able to update the status due to lost password.
Sep 25, 2009 Katie rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-09
This is hilarious! I loved the weird twist at the end. I only wish that Noah hadn't slept with every female character in the book...
Nov 16, 2012 Lisa rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-in-2012
Cute but I think you need to start with the beginning of the series.
Jul 05, 2008 Chrissy rated it liked it
Good Read.
Nice story fast read.
Apr 24, 2011 Jackie rated it it was ok
Frothy lightweight.
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Elizabeth Bevarly was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky and earned her BA with honors in English from the University of Louisville in 1983. Although she can’t recall ever wanting to be anything but a novelist-oh, all right, she toyed briefly with becoming an archaeologist, until she realized how awful she looked in khaki and flannel, and there was a brief fling with the interior decorator th

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“One minute I was shopping for my daughter, and the next minute, I saw one of the most dangerous women in the world straightening underwear at Lauderdale’s.” 0 likes
“Hoo-kay, Marnie thought. Whoever this guy was, he’d caught the express train from la-la land and hopped off at weirdsville. And now he was looking around for the platform for his connection to loonytown.” 0 likes
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