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Never in a million years did Logan Hart ever expect to find himself in his present situation--on stage, under hot lights, taking it all off for cash. Logan's a reporter, and a damn good one at that. But he knows this whole mess is nobody's fault but his own. After all, he's the one who boasted to the readership of his weekly column that he could last at least one shift in...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published April 5th 2005 by Kensington
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Jane Stewart
Readable, but not recommended. While reading, I wished it would be over.

The first chapter was the best part. A reporter was dancing on stage as a stripper for a story. He met Jody a cop in the audience. After that, nothing was special or creative. I didn't smile at interesting conversation. The sex scenes had a bland effect on me. Nothing surprised or delighted me. A quote from page 224 follows. "It took them longer to convice Captain Williams they were doing the right thing, but Fallon had alwa...more
Sharon
I just didn't love this. I seem to be in the minority, but I found myself skimming the pages halfway through just getting the gist. The sex scenes were pretty decent, so I stopped at those. But the mystery element didn't hold my attention and the characters seemed redundant. Doesn't make me like Kelley any less, I just figured this one didn't resonate with me.
Pamela(AllHoney)
This story continues the story from Southern Comfort. I think I actually liked this one a tad more than SC. It wasn't so great that I could justify a 4 star but it was good.
Sarah Crawford
fun,easy read with some twists and turns.
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