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Billionaires Prefer Blondes

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 17, 2012

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    Love this series. A must read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 29, 2007

    EXTRA, EXTRA... More Rick and Sam to come!

    Twice the Temptation 'July 31st' Touch of Minx 'October 1st' Rick and Sam SIZZLE! A cat burguler meets her match in billionaire Rick Addison. Read the series you won't regret it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2006

    They just keep getting better

    Samantha and Rick are a dynamite duo, and I'll keep coming back for more. I hope there are more in the Jellicoe series.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    zany entry in a wonderful lighthearted series

    In New York City, former cat burglar Samantha Jellicoe adheres to her vow that she made to her billionaire live-in lover Richard Addison to stop the thieving. In between heating their Manhattan apartment with their sexual encounters, Sam and Rich attend a Sotheby auction. He buys a highly regarded painting while she is stunned when she sees her father at the sale. Her father Martin, who mentored her burglary career, died three years ago. Martin also showed interest in the Hogarth that Rich bought. Not long afterward, someone breaks into Rich¿s townhouse and steals the Hogarth. The police suspect and arrest Sam, who tracks down her father to demand to know why he shammed death and to return the painting. Martin counters with a deal of the century robbery that Sam agrees to assist, which makes Rich fall in with the plan too. As they begin the escapade, not everything is quite like it seems. --- The third Sam and Rich cat caper (see FLIRTING WITH DANGER and DON'T LOOK DOWN), is a fun somewhat zany entry in a wonderful lighthearted series. The humorous story line is fast-paced whether in the townhouse heating the sheets or on the heist. Sam is stupendous while Rich is in awe of her not so marketable skills (at least since Nixon was retired). A twist involving her father adds to a delightful mix in which fans will want the fourth ¿life¿ of a not so retired cat burglar and her lover. --- Harriet Klausner

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