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The Spy Who Saved Christmas (SDDU Series #10)

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In one unforgettable moment, Lara Jordan broke all the rules in her play-it-safe handbook and spent an incredible night with Reid Graham, a practical stranger. But before she even had time to bask in her fearlessness, a suspicious fire stole him away and left her pregnant, heartbroken and alone. Until now.Walking back into Lara's life after two years was never on the opera...more
Paperback, Harlequin Intrigue Series, 219 pages
Published October 12th 2010 by Harlequin (first published October 1st 2010)
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Mandi Schreiner
Favorite Quote: “You don’t know what it does to a guy when he sees a hot woman shoot like Dirty Harry.”

The only word that registered with her was dirty.

Christmas reads are fun. You can sit by the fire, pour yourself a little eggnog, cuddle up and read about terrorists who steal babies, people getting their ears blown off, a heroine who is a butcher (she kills someone with a cleaver!), and a sexy spy (surprise you are also a daddy! To twins!) who is there to save the day. Welcome to the world of...more
Bruna Britti
First of all, my apologizes if you (probably) find out some mistakes of english here. I’m brazilian, english is not my first language and I usually read better than write. :)

Unfortunately, Harlequin Brazil doesn't have the Intringue serie yet. The serie is all about spies, SEAL's... In this case, we are talking about Redi, a spy who has left his love two years ago. What he didn’t know was that they would meet each other at the same time he was working on a dangerous case. He has no option but to...more
Norma
Kind of silly but sweet story. My first Intrigue book. There were a couple of glaring, "that was dumb" lines/moments. But for the most part it was a cute story. Gotta love a hot man willing to risk life and limb for his family.
Linda
Lara Jordan Wanted Adventure Just Like Her Grandmother Who Was A Member Of The Amelia Earnheart Club And Taught How To Fly By The Woman Herself! She Wanted To Be Wild And Free And Nothing Like Her Stuffy Mother. Lara Inherited The Butcher Shop From Her Uncle When He Retired To Florida, She Was Six Feet Tall, Built Like A Butcher And Finally Decided To Seduce The Baker Whose Shop Was Next Door. The Guy Was Drop Dead Gorgeous And Even Taller Than Her. Oh Yummy! Reid Would Have The Honor Of Being H...more
Carolyn (Book Chick City)
Reviewed by Laura for Book Chick City.

There's nothing like a Christmas book to get you feeling all festive! I always make sure to try and read at least one each year. This is a book from Harlequin's Intrigue collection, which is one of those books you pick up and pretty much know what you're going to get. A will they, won't they story line and a nice, cosy happy ending.

Two years ago Lara inherited a butchers from her Uncle and fell for the bad boy baker next door Reid. An impulsive and passionat...more
Cindy Christiansen
This was the second book I've read of Dana Marton. I was disappointed in this one. I had trouble getting past the first part of the book and how dis-likable I felt the heroine was. After what she had been through with the hero, I didn't feel that Marton gave me enough justification that the heroine would jump into bed with him the first time they met. Her heroine was neither strong or role model material. I do feel that Marton is a great author and would consider reading another of her books.
MelissaB
This book was ridiculous, it was so unbelievable and I never became emotionally invested in the characters. I have read better by this author.
Laura Summers
Reviewed for www.bookchickcity.com

There's nothing like a Christmas book to get you feeling all festive! I always make sure to try and read at least one each year. This is a book from Harlequin's Intrigue collection, which is one of those books you pick up and pretty much know what you're going to get. A will they, won't they story line and a nice, cosy happy ending.

Two years ago Lara inherited a butchers from her Uncle and fell for the bad boy baker next door Reid. An impulsive and passionate n...more
The UHQ Nasanta
I liked it. The plot was decent, and the characters felt real. The actions of the characters felt true to their personalities and authentic responses to the situations they found themselves in.

I appreciated the fact that Reid Graham, though he really wanted to protect Lara, treated her like a woman, not a child:
"I'm going to be wherever Zak and Nate are. If you're trying to sell me on the idea that Cade will be outnumbered, and he needs me to help him, I'm going to be really offended. How stupi
...more
ൠSinful
Fast paced, pulse pounding, and hard to put down when my kiddos came in wanting to play.

If you are in the mood for some nail biting suspense and action to go with your romance, this is one to check out. It was a nonstop barrage of "oh my gawd" that kept me on the edge of my seat wondering what they would do next and how in the world these two would work their issues out. I have to admit, I think the title is hokey. Honestly, the author had an uphill battle to wage for my favor starting with thos...more
Donna
There were many things about this story that I liked - the pacing, the suspense, the plot, and the twins. I even liked the personalities of the main characters but, for some reason, I just never warmed to them as a couple. This may be because their first encounter was very short, happened prior to the main story, and thus is described in terms of past memories, i.e. telling rather than showing. So when they meet again, their attraction to each other is instantaneous, which I understand, given th...more
Suzy
good read, great ending
Lisa
This the first Dana Marton book and wow what a great first book for me. Thhis book is action packed from start to finish. It keeps a nice pace throughout. It's one of those books once you start you can't set it down until your done. I look forward to reading more from this author.
Kelly_Instalove
Grade: B

Storified review to come.... This one was good, but not quite as fun as The Black Sheep Sheik.
Noelle Walsh
This book was good, it was especially good reading it around Christmas! It helped me get festive! It's a food book to read if your in the festive mood.
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Dana Marton writes fast-paced action-adventure romances that take her readers all over the globe. She is a Rita Award finalist and the winner of the Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence. She loves writing stories of intrigue, filled with dangerous plots that try her tough-as-nails heroes and the special women they fall in love with. Her books have been published in seven languages in eleven coun...more
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