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Snowed in with the Boss (Kenner County Crime Unit #3)

3.73 of 5 stars 3.73  ·  rating details  ·  92 ratings  ·  14 reviews
CEO Griffin Vaughn knew Sophie LaRue was trouble the moment he agreed to hire her. Still, he hadn't become one of the wealthiest men in the world by being distracted by silky blond hair and legs that didn't quit, and he refused to start now. But thanks to a freak blizzard, he and Sophie were trapped in his Colorado mansion...and they weren't alone. With someone watching fr ...more
ebook, Harlequin Intrigue #1120, Kenner County Crime Unit #3, 224 pages
Published March 1st 2009 by Harlequin Intrigue (first published January 1st 2009)
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Third book in Harlequin Intrigue's "Kenner County Crime Unit" multi-author mini-series. This one is perhaps my favorite of the three that I've read so far. Probably because the nature of the story made it hard for there to be too many inconsistencies between books (though there was on oddity that had me scratching my head).

Griffin Vaughn is a wealthy business man who bought a secluded estate near Kenner City. What he didn't realize when he bought it was that the estate was previously owned by a
Paula Legate
I loved this book! It was fast paced. Packed with action, suspense, and the perfect touch of romance.

The contractors had been dragging their heels with repairs, and remodeling at Griffin’s mansion. He wanted to get a look at it before the blizzard hit.
The book starts out with the bridge giving way just as they were driving across it, and the car crashing into the freezing water below. WOW what a way to start a book. The action, and suspense was a constant pace throughout the book. I couldn’t pu
Sophie has taken a job as Griffin’s PA, but she’s not doing very well at it. She really needs the money, she has romance heroine debts of the sick relative kind, and a few more of the education to get a better life kind. She’s also had a bit of bad luck – as a newly minted PA she fell in love with her first boss, and it turned out he had a fiancée. And that fiancée was just insane. She was very rich and when she found out about Sophie she used her daddy’s influence to ensure that Sophie would ne ...more
CEO Griffin and his newly hired personal assistant Sophie was only going to swing by his home in Colorado before meeting the contractor, but the bridge fell apart under their car, everything went through the ice, including themselves and now someone is trying to kill them. Didnt really feel their attraction for each other and i was a bit miffed that her PDA worked almost immediately even though it took the same icy plunge as the rest of them, and that the battery worked for ages. And his idea of ...more
I would have given this book 3 or 3.5 stars if not for the mention of the 'Vaughn Virgin' concept. I know this is a Harelequin book but still, come on some things are just absurd. A Vaughn man will only be happily married if the woman comes to him a virgin. If this had been mentioned earlier in the book, I would not have read it. It was still a decent book, well written, good plot, and suspense. Of course being only about 210 pages the romance was too quick and sort of unbelievable.
Jessica Anderson is one of my favorite writers... I supplement the time between her next Nightkeeper book with her Intrique series books. This one is great. Fast paced and great characters. The style of her writing does change between formats and that is greatly appreciated. I like this book very much. I should I read it in one sitting! Go Doc Jess!!
Not well written. Not a believable story. The relationship was so forced and fast. I don't know where the good reviews are coming from. I regret having spent money on this book.
Jessica Winterbottom
I felt this book all the way through and was on the edge of my seat I loved how after all they had been through it made them get closer and not break apart.
Griffin and Sophie were the characters that made this book interesting and an easy read. I enjoyed every page of this mystery and romance novel.
It was a good story--very interesting to see how challenges in the plot can really flesh out a character. A fun read.
Really enjoyed this book - Griffin and Sophie were good characters and the book had both romance and mystery.
Another hokey title but I'm really starting to like the "Kenner Country Crime Unit" series.
One of the better Harlequins I've read :)
Thriller! Good suspense!
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