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Bachelor Cop

3.42  ·  Rating Details  ·  36 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
Mills & Boon Blush series brings you moving, true-to-life romancesThere's a reason his cold case colleagues call him Randy Railsback. And he's never been ashamed of his reputation with the ladies. But he is surprised by his intense reaction to Helena Norcross, one of his defence class students. He usually steers clear of women who aren't sending the get-to-know-you-be ...more
Paperback, Harlequin SuperRomance #1618, Count on a Cop #44, 248 pages
Published February 1st 2010 by Harlequin SuperRomance
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Helena Norcross is an English lit professor at the university.

She used to be, if not happy, then content with her life. And then she was raped, and everything changed. Her moronic husband left her, now she was alone with two children and she is jumping at shadows. She needs something to keep her going - hence the revenge plan.

Randy Railsback is a detective with the Cold Case Unit.

He also teaches a self-defense class for women. That's how he meets Helena. And despite his initial reserve, he feel
Feb 26, 2010 Judi rated it really liked it
Mcsparren delivers a “knockout punch” with Bachelor Cop

This was another surprising great Harlequin Super Romance. A great sexy cover and back cover blurb are the top 2 selling points for me when trying to decide whether I buy a book or not when trying an unknown author. Bachelor Cop gets top marks on both counts. Good think I don't hold the title of the book accountable as it was the only thing I had issue with in this book (for me the title was meh - I thought this book deserved a better one).
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Jun 24, 2014 Jesse Roth rated it really liked it
Since I picked this up as a Harlequin Super Romance, I didn't expect this book to be intellectually stimulating or complex. I thoroughly enjoyed the characters and plot, especially the fact that the focus of the relationship was much deeper than just sex-driven. The 2-year rape survivor Helena (nicknamed Streak) has joined a cop's self defense class. And it goes from there. I loved the intelligent knowledge of law, police procedure, and rape/assault affects. I would definitely recommend this boo ...more
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For readers of this blog, you would know I read alot of Harlequin and Mills&Boons before bed – I have done this from as long as I can remember and I don’t normally say anything about them here – However Carolyn McSparren is the exception, and BACHELOR COP is a book that just needs talking about.

Ms McSparren starts off BACHELOR COP with an immediate introduction to the hero and the heroine in literally arm to arm combat, yup you heard me right. Why, because Detective Randy Railsback is a Shel
Mar 30, 2012 Kelly rated it it was ok
I'm on the fence about this book for a few reasons. I really liked that it dealt with a woman (Helena) who was raped, and that she was not magically cured. She has spent the last two years since her assault hiding herself in over-sized clothes and no makeup and having panic attacks. She is also a divorced mother, so she has all of these issues from her rape and she has to sort of hide that as well as she can from her children. That part of the book was a success to me. What was less of a success ...more
3.5* Better than average, with convincing emotional depth. The climactic scene was a bit of a let down for me, but otherwise well-handled romantic suspense considering the short-book style of series books.
Title doesn't really fit, IMO, though the hero IS a cop and a bachelor... Heroine is a crime victim with a plan. It's a well done story. I liked it.
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Carolyn McSparren started writing when she was a teenager, and always planned to be a professional writer and a college professor. That is, until she fell madly in love, dropped out of graduate school, and became a wife supporting a burgeoning opera singer husband. That led to a three-month trip to Germany that stretched into five years.

She wound up living in Germany, France, Italy, and came home
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