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His Wanted Woman

3.88  ·  Rating Details ·  24 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Special agent Patrick O'Reilly was determined not to let Mackenzie Sloan's good looks sway him from his task. The woman's innocent persona didn't mean she wasn't involved in illegal activities. And after keeping track of her day--and night--for weeks, he'd almost convinced himself his interest was all part of his job.When the case placed Mackenzie in danger, he could no lo ...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published November 1st 2009 by Harlequin (first published 2009)
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Mackenzie Sloan, running her father’s antique shop after his death, is pleasantly surprised when her shop door opens and a customer not pushing sixty enters. The customer actually looks more to be in his thirties, with dark hair and laughing green eyes. And the stud muffin, Patrick O’Reilly, is even a history major. Yum! The pleasure of the encounter is gone when he reveals to be a Special Agent for the National Archives and accuses her father of stealing the Archive documents and her of selling ...more
A 4.5 really.I really liked this one a lot. Both h & h were very likeable. The plot was one straight out of National Treasure, but quieter, as I imagine it would be in real life. The author took time to develop the relationship, and they actually talked to each other! About fears, their pasts, and their lives.

The only thing that gave me pause was how fast Patrick came to trust that Mac was innocent, and had no qualms about getting involved with a woman he was investigating. But everything e
May 11, 2010 Paige rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book was really good. I liked how Patrick O'Reilly and Mackenzie Sloan didn't spend the whole book trying to hide their feelings for each other. Once they realized the other was worth the risk they took it. I loved their background stories. I could really feel how that had effected the both of them and shaped who they became. My only complaint was the book was a little repetative. She kept on saying her father would never do something over and over again. Other than that it was great.
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This was a pretty good book. I liked the characters and the plot. There was humor, which is always a plus, plenty of emotions, a little suspense, good personalities and a great sounding trio. ;) This was a good book and something for a relaxing read or just for something to read. It didn't really grip me but I enjoyed reading it. I would definitely like to read more about the other brothers though. Enjoy
Feb 08, 2012 Rachel rated it liked it
I read this because the hero's job is based on the real work of the Naitonal Archives artifact recovery team, and the novel was mentioned by the investigator when interviewed for an article in the L.A. Times (
Nov 16, 2009 Amy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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This was an inexpensive choice from Walmart, and I'm not sure I was expecting a whole lot, but I loved it. I never wanted to put it down, it was an easy-read, and I LOVE romance novels.
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