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"I need you to follow me." The tall stranger whispered to her from the shadows. And just like that, Sophie Giovanni was tapped for a top-secret mission with innocent lives at stake. Brian Riley believed she possessed the knowledge to smoke out a deadly terrorist—all she had to do was trust the handsome Special Forces soldier with her life. Brian needed Sophie. But training ...more
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Published December 1st 2007 by Silhouette
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Susan
I usually only read Silhouette romances once a year, usually on vacation. I gave this book a 3 only because it is very formulaic and predictable...hunky guy falls in lust at first sight, there are complications, but ultimatley passion wins out. That being said, I really wanted to give it a five because the plot, though far-fetched, was really interesting and I couldn't put the darn thing down. Sophie, a legal secretary, is kidnapped by a secret service agent who whisks her away to take on a dang ...more
Trudy Miner
Sophie Giovanni was literally grabbed by a tall, dark and handsome stranger, whisked to a remote location and asked to risk her life for a top-secret mission by the government. She is the only one who can identify a top terrorist who is planning an attack on the U.S.! As Brian sets out to train Sophie for this dangerous mission, he realizes that more than her life is at stake here, his very heart is at risk of being lost to the courageous Sophie who, despite knowing the possible outcome, insists ...more
Karen
I'm loving this series. Wasn't sure I'd like this one since the main character wasn't a Medusa, but I was happily wrong.
V.L. Holt
The Medusa project books are fun because the women don't necessarily need to be rescued...many times they do the rescuing.
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