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Heart of the Dragon (Douglas Kincaid #3)

3.4 of 5 stars 3.40  ·  rating details  ·  40 ratings  ·  7 reviews
A Bronzed Barbarian Who Toyed With Danger...

Kash Santelli was prepared to frighten a greedy schemer who he believed was telling lies all over Bangkok, but Rebecca Brown wasn't all what he expected! The spirited American woman stuck to her story about looking for her half sister, completely unaware she'd wandered into the middle of a blood feud -- and shockingly unprepared
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Mass Market Paperback, Loveswept #503, 180 pages
Published October 1991 by Bantam Books (first published 1991)
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Suzie Quint
Not my favorite book by this author but still worth reading.

My favorite bit:

"I've been kissed before, Santelli, and I'm not a kid. I wanted you to know that."
"I think you put too high a premium on kissing...Besides, I already assumed you'd been kissed before...At your age I hope you've done considerably better than that."
"...Is everyone over the age of consent supposed to have a collection of notches on their bedposts?"
"Not a collection, necessarily, but at least a scratch or two."
Laura
Mash


good story line. enjoyed reading this one. I like Kash!
Becca and Kash make a great pair!
Author makes you want to visit Thailand.

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Oct 25, 2014 Scarlet marked it as nope
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Dixie
Good story...
Roberta Spain
I almost didn't finish this book. It was simpering and stereotypical romance at it's worst. Deborah Smith is one of my favorite authors, and I was so disappointed in this book. If you love sappy romance where the girl always gets the "hero", well, you must read this one. However, I will wait for her next best on to come along.
C
Mar 25, 2012 C rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: easily entertained pre-teen girl
Shelves: bad-books
Teenage romance/fantasy but with plot and language more suited to pre-teens. Falsely modest heroine. Unbelievable hero. Predictable plot despite the "exotic" trimmings. This book was just too tedious to finish.
Vickie
Usually like the author. Junk.
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