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Secret Agent Affair (The Doctors Pulaski #5)

3.65 of 5 stars 3.65  ·  rating details  ·  34 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Dr. Marja Pulaski knew she was inviting danger by treating the wounded stranger. The man called Kane wasn't what he pretended to be. But she couldn't begin to guess how much of a threat he really was--or the passion he'd awaken with his very first touch....

A Special Forces agent who put his life on the line every day, Kane Donnelly knew better than to fall for a woman who
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ebook, Harlequin Presents, 224 pages
Published August 1st 2008 by Harlequin Books (first published May 1st 2008)
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Clare O'Beara
A family from an East European immigrant background has worked hard to raise five daughters as doctors, and I gather that each girl has had her own tale told separately. This is the fifth which means that when the family gets together to open a restaurant there is a lot of sweet lovey dovey atmosphere. Otherwise however the tale stands alone and is a lot more gritty.

This doctor can't stop in time when a man who has just been shot falls in front of her car. She just thumps him a little but the gu
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Kerry
Won't be reading anything by Ferrarella again! Ridiculously cheesy: a Polish woman, the youngest of 5 sisters, finds love with an undercover CIA agent when she accidentally runs him over in her car.

It's certainly entertaining in its stupidity, but is poorly written, ridiculously unbelievable and just a bit silly. A good quick pick-up if you're looking for a laugh, but it won't leave you feeling at all romantic.
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Marie Rydzynski-Ferrarella
aka Marie Charles, Marie Michael, Marie Nicole, Marie Ferrarella

Marie Rydzynski was born on March 28 in West Germany to Polish parents. She moved to America at the age of four. For an entire year, Marie and her family explored the eastern half of the country before finally settling in New York.

Marie swears she was born writing, "which must have made the delivery especiall
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The Doctors Pulaski (7 books)
  • Her Lawman On Call (The Doctors Pulaski, #1)
  • Diagnosis: Danger (The Doctors Pulaski, #2)
  • Her Sworn Protector (The Doctors Pulaski, #3)
  • A Doctor's Secret (The Doctors Pulaski, #4)
  • In His Protective Custody (The Doctors Pulaski, #6)
  • The Doctor's Guardian (The Doctors Pulaski, #7)
Sapphire and Shadow (A Woman's Life, #1) Dad by Choice (Maitland Maternity, #1) Choices (A Woman's Life, #2) The Doctor's Forever Family (Forever, Texas, #3) Alone in the Dark (Cavanaugh Justice, #8)

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