An Irresistible Man (Silhouette Intimate Moments, No 622)
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An Irresistible Man (Silhouette Intimate Moments, No 622)

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Five minutes after meeting her new partner, Madeline Casey had to concede that Detective Cruz Martinez was the epitome of the perfect man. With his rock-hard body and killer smile, he could charm the ice off an igloo. But was the perfect man a perfect cop? It was Madeline's job to ferret out the truth.

Cruz and Madeline began working day and night to uncover...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published January 1st 1995 by silhouette
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Rating 3.5 stars
The heroine is made the hero's new partner, the hero is used to working alone mainly undercover but an incident (when a cop shot at him) made him switch to normal work. They are both put on one case only, gangs are using AK-47, their job to track down the distributor. What the hero doesn't know is that the heroine is from Internal Affairs. A snitch said that cops where behind this and he is one of the 5 cops under undercover investigation.

She doesn't like deception but plans to d...more
Nice couple - The title is kind of icky, but Cruz actually is irresistible - funny, handsome, sweet. He is a bit manipulative which could have been a turn off but worked out ok. Madeline was funny too - and I liked that it seemed to be a surprise to her. The petty nastiness of her father was well developed. The closing scenes seemed a bit anti climatic to me, but still a good read.
Wessel van der Merwe
So I am a man and decided to read outside my comfort zone and I chose this book. I enjoyed it. Her command of the language is good, her plot is good – I think at times she had to “work in” the romance because the story itself lends it to a crime novel. Nevertheless even small sections are well developed and I enjoyed reading it. Maybe it needs a rewrite into a pure crime novel but maintain a bit of the passionate romance? Just and idea…
I read this book as a teenager and I never forgot it. A while back, I was thinking about Maddie and Cruz, missing their story and wishing I could read it again. All I can say is thank goodness for ebay! It's forever planted on my keepershelf. If you get a chance to read this book, don't pass it up!
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