What Stella Wants
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WHAT STELLA WANTS

A successful P.I. business. A sexy man she can love "and" trust. Relatives who stay safely at home. And good friends she can count on.

WHAT STELLA'S GOT

An anemic trickle of clients. An infuriatingly secretive (but hot!) former special forces soldier who may or may not be around in the morning. A feisty elderly aunt whose love life is w...a...ay more on trac...more
ebook, 304 pages
Published July 1st 2006 by Silhouette Bombshell (first published 2006)
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Caro
This book was pretty good. I liked the humor, emotions, suspense/action, and the family. I would read this again, but more for passing the time. I was as frustrated as Stella though, nothing like being blind and out of the loop. Shelia is a B though. I mean, 'man', really. Nina and Spike were pretty funny to 'watch'. All the characters were great and I enjoyed the odd ones the best. Sylvia, Weasel and Paint Bucket were great additions to this book and the whole thing was like a great get-togethe...more
Sara
A little outlandish at times, but entertaining to read, nonetheless. In a book where every character has a secret agent style past, it's a little silly to think they can outwit the Ukrainian spies and CIA in a bid to save a former classmate, but they manage it. Only to find out that everything isn't as it seems. Of course, along the way Stella and her partner declare their eternal love... blah blah blah.
Teena in Toronto
I don't usually read Silhouettes but this one sounded interesting. It's part of the Bombshell series.

I really enjoyed this book. Stella was reminiscent of Stephanie Plum (a P.I. in a series I enjoy) and Bartholomew reminded me of Janet Evanovich. There was a cast of wacky characters who were funny and caring.

I'll definitely be looking for other books by this author and in this series.
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