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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2007

    A reviewer

    Lucy Monroe¿s Deal With This is hot and spicy from the get go. Its layered with deep emotions and unforgettable characters. ____ Goddard Agent Alan Hyatt is sent to find out who is responsible for some high tech espionage. His cover is as a freelance reporter. Alan rents a room with other members of the film crew. Alan is intrigued by the various other tenants especially the lovely landlady Jillian Sinclair. Alan finds himself falling for Jillian, she is not at all like he thought she would be. He has never let himself get this close to a possible suspect before. ____ Jillian Sinclair had made a carrier out of being an actress. She has gathered around her the family she always wished she had had growing up. Her tenants are very special to her as is her best friend Amanda and her husband Simon. Jillian also doesn¿t let many men as lovers into her world. But she is about to change that rule when she is intensely attracted to her new border Alan Johnson. ____ Alan works his way into Jillian¿s daily life at work and at home. Soon he had Jillian breaking all her rules about getting involved with her tenants. Jillian likes to be in control of all facets of her world. But will she be able to let go with Alan? ____ Jillian and Alan start a sensual affair that pulls out all the stops. Their love play is one long encounter after another. As they grow closer will Alan be able to keep his mind on work when he can¿t get Jillian out of his mind? ____ Deal With This is Lucy Monroe¿s hottest book to date. Each time Jillian and Alan are together is hotter then the last time. This book is one long romantic encounter between these two. They connect on so many levels it will take your breathe away. Deal With This brings back favorites of Amanda and Simon Brant, it was delightful to revisit with them and to see they are still living their happy every after. I am looking forward to the next Goddard Agent¿s book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2007

    Deal With This Being A Great Read!

    Lights, camera, action! Alan Hyatt is an agent with The Goddard Project and he's sent to the set of a popular SciFi TV Show to catch someone selling US government secrets! Jillian, the star of the show becomes involved and the two set out to find out who the traitor is. Alan and Jillian have instant chemistry and the action between them is as sizzling as it gets! This was such a fun read. You get some insight on what it's like to be on a production set plus the high tech part of the book is obviously well researched and believable. I highly recommend this book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2007

    smoking hot , awesome book

    Lucy Monroe's Deal With This is hot and spicy from the get go. Its layered with deep emotions and unforgettable characters. ----- Goddard Agent Alan Hyatt is sent to find out who is responsible for some high tech espionage. His cover is as a freelance reporter. Alan rents a room with other members of the film crew. Alan is intrigued by the various other tenants especially the lovely landlady Jillian Sinclair. Alan finds himself falling for Jillian, she is not at all like he thought she would be. He has never let himself get this close to a possible suspect before. ---- Jillian Sinclair had made a carrier out of being an actress. She has gathered around her the family she always wished she had had growing up. Her tenants are very special to her as is her best friend Amanda and her husband Simon. Jillian also doesn't let many men as lovers into her world. But she is about to change that rule when she is intensely attracted to her new border Alan Johnson. ----- Alan works his way into Jillian's daily life at work and at home. Soon he had Jillian breaking all her rules about getting involved with her tenants. Jillian likes to be in control of all facets of her world. But will she be able to let go with Alan? ----- Jillian and Alan start a sensual affair that pulls out all the stops. Their love play is one long encounter after another. As they grow closer will Alan be able to keep his mind on work when he can't get Jillian out of his mind? ----- Deal With This is Lucy Monroe's hottest book to date. Each time Jillian and Alan are together is hotter then the last time. This book is one long romantic encounter between these two. They connect on so many levels it will take your breathe away. Deal With This brings back favorites of Amanda and Simon Brant, it was delightful to revisit with them and to see they are still living their happy every after. I am looking forward to the next Goddard Agent's book.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Lucy Monroe writes a fun thriller.

    Undercover agent Alan Hyatt is in Vancouver investigating a science fiction production company that may serve as a front for the illegal selling and or stealing of high-tech information. He masquerades as a reporter and rents a room from actress Jillian Carlyle, who performs on the show he is looking into.---------------- However, Alan has a problem as Jillian was intended only as a means to get onto the set. Instead he wants her so much so he struggles to concentrate on why he is in Vancouver and is falling in love with her. Jillian has a rule never to date a renter let alone jump into his bed that she owns. So why does she want to make Alan the exception to the rule? She knows the answer is because she is falling in love with him.-------------- Although the high tech industrial espionage mystery takes a back seat to the romance, readers will appreciate this entertaining suspense laden tale of two people not wanting to commit end up falling in love. The story line is fast-paced from the moment that Alan and Jillian heat chilly Vancouver and never cools down until the final confrontation as time is running out on the investigative agent in more ways than just his case. Lucy Monroe writes a fun thriller.------------- Harriet Klausner

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