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Deep Breath (Smithson Group SG-5 #7)

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When a guy stops at a roadside diner, he expects bad chili, not a hostage situation. But that's where SG-5 operative Harry van Zandt finds himself when an armed cartel blows through the door They're not after him but the woman in the next booth, and their message is clear: she's got seventy-two hours to locate and deliver a valuable historical document or her brother dies....more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published November 1st 2009 by Kensington (first published April 1st 2006)
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This was a good novel. At first it wasn't at all what I thought it would be but later on Kent met my expectations, though I couldn't help but roll my eyes at some points and gag at others because the enticingly strong Georgia McLain seems to become more and more soft throughout the book. For example the steamy scene at the gallery. I understand that that was a good time to throw in a little sexual toy to the readers to play with and mull over but after wards Georgia should regain her composure a...more
Deep Breath was frustrating to read. I couldn’t figure out wtf Kent was trying to say. The story starts off fine but then it loses its way and at the end of the book, I didn’t have a clue what was going on or what Kent’s dialogue even meant!

I found out later, in the Romance Reader Teview, that it really should be read with the NEXT book because that book continues the story. As far as I’m concerned, DB should not be advertised as a stand alone then!

Update Aug 2007: I never got round to buying th...more
Alison Kent's books have become dependable, not boring or redundant, bc her plot, the characters & how she draws them out are always spot on. I love her heroines, never, ever TSTL & the hot alpha is always sweet which I adore. This was no exception! And the passion btw the 2 leapt off the page. Pick it up! You won't be disappointed!
Hot as any other Alison Kent book. Fully recommened to those who like suspense with their hot romance!
This is a great story! Kent is good at both romance and intrigue.
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