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message 1: by Arch (new)

Arch  | 4109 comments Mod
I know that everyone that read about Sam Starrett and Alyssa Locke from Suzanne Brockmann's books, you know that Alyssa didn't want Sam telling his friends about them hooking up.

In the beginning, Sam and Alyssa weren't coworkers. He was a Navy Seal and she was an FBI. They have to join forces sometimes to solve a crime.

Do you know of any other books, where the hero and heroine (coworkers or combine team workers) have hooked up and afterwards the heroine doesn't want the hero telling anyone about their hookup. The hero could be the one wearing the secret shoes.

I want to say a book can have the hero and heroine in their early stage of boyfriend and girlfriend.




message 2: by Pamela(AllHoney), Danger Zone (new)

Pamela(AllHoney) (pamelap) | 1706 comments Mod
Allison Brennan has that theme going in a bunch of hers.


message 3: by Arch (new)

Arch  | 4109 comments Mod
Pamela wrote: "Allison Brennan has that theme going in a bunch of hers."

I only have her book Killing Fear in my TBR pile. Is that theme in that book?


message 4: by Pamela(AllHoney), Danger Zone (new)

Pamela(AllHoney) (pamelap) | 1706 comments Mod
Arch I haven't read that one yet but it sounds like the heroine counterpart is not in law enforcement. It sounds more like the bodyguard theme to me when I read the synopsis. But that doesn't mean she wont be involved in catching the bad guy.


message 5: by Arch (new)

Arch  | 4109 comments Mod
Pamela wrote: "Arch I haven't read that one yet but it sounds like the heroine counterpart is not in law enforcement. It sounds more like the bodyguard theme to me when I read the synopsis. But that doesn't mean ..."

Thanks Pamela.

When I read that book, I'll post a review.


message 6: by Debbie (new)

Debbie (halfpint66) | 272 comments I've read a ton of books with that theme.


message 7: by Arch (new)

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Debbie wrote: "I've read a ton of books with that theme."

Cool Debbie. If you can one day, share a few titles.


message 8: by Debbie (new)

Debbie (halfpint66) | 272 comments I would have to go back and look through my collection. There's a lot of them.


message 9: by Arch (new)

Arch  | 4109 comments Mod
Debbie wrote: "I would have to go back and look through my collection. There's a lot of them. "

Whenever you have time, drop a few recommendations on here.


message 10: by Debbie (new)

Debbie (halfpint66) | 272 comments I just read this one book, but I'm not sure if it exactly fits this thread because in the prologue the hero and heroine worked together for a year in New York and they had a short fling, that ended with the hero getting hired by another company and relocating to the West Coast. It's called Bossman's Baby Scandal-King's Of The Boardroom by Catherine Mann, Silhouette Desire.


message 11: by Arch (new)

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Debbie wrote: "I just read this one book, but I'm not sure if it exactly fits this thread because in the prologue the hero and heroine worked together for a year in New York and they had a short fling, that ended..."

lol, reading the title, I knew it has to be a harlequin book.


message 12: by Debbie (new)

Debbie (halfpint66) | 272 comments Not a Harlequin, It's a Silhouette Desire, which is better than a Harlequin.


message 13: by Arch (new)

Arch  | 4109 comments Mod
Debbie wrote: "Not a Harlequin, It's a Silhouette Desire, which is better than a Harlequin."

Silhouette books are part of the Harlequin line. That's why you can buy them at www.eharlequin.com

That's the reason why I refer to Silhouette books as Harlequin books. I have a shelf for Silhouette books and I have a shelf where I put my Harlequin Presents or any other books that have the word Harlequin in them.


message 14: by Katerina (new)

Katerina Mid Life Love by Whitney Gracia Williams
Can I add this one in here if the H owns the company and the h works there?


 Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) (gatadelafuente) | 9691 comments Mod
I think so.


message 16: by McGee Magoo (new)

McGee Magoo How He Really Feels (He Feels Trilogy #1) by Lisa Suzanne is one I read recently with a boss/co-worker gotta-keep-a-secret storyline. A lot of those "I'm in love with my boss" romances involve keeping things hush-hush.


message 17: by Katerina (last edited Jul 30, 2013 03:32PM) (new)

Katerina @did you like it Shannon?
I think I saw this one on Amazon some days ago


message 18: by McGee Magoo (new)

McGee Magoo It was a freebie and I did like it. I don't want to give anything away but the heroine did something to really piss me off and I couldn't get over it, so I only gave it a 3 stars.


message 19: by Katerina (new)

Katerina @Shannon
I am hooked now, I knew it was a mistake not to grab it...


message 21: by Lauren (new)

Lauren (laurenjberman) Show and Tell (Fortune Hunter Trilogy, #2) by Jasmine Haynes has this theme as well.


message 22: by Jais (new)

Jais (jetoftherock) | 28 comments How about Insufferable Proximity (Z. Stefani)? Not sure, though...


message 23: by Sue (new)

Sue (msdreader) I really enjoyed Insufferable Proximity. The H is very alpha, possessive, jealous, and dominating. The couple has a love/hate relationship with a lot of crazy sex. But love grows out of that. Good book!


message 24: by Andrea (new)

Andrea Jackson (paperbackdiva) | 181 comments Code Name: Papa Code Name Papa by Aliyah Burke
"Top-secret government operatives can't afford emotional attachments. Years ago, Beckett Hanson broke the rule and fell in love. Hard. She was a spy - like Beckett - until she went dark eight years ago.>


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