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  • Posted July 8, 2010

    Great debut novel!

    Sey's debut novel Money, Honey, a light romantic suspense, shows how to give, and make the most of, second (and even third) chances.

    Patrick O'Connor gave up a successful career as a jewel thief to keep his little sister, Mara, out of jail. To do that he betrayed his partner, Villanueva, who has now, six years later, left his Central American hideaway bent on revenge. Patrick returns to Minnesota to help his sister, ostensibly to find a counterfeiter in the casino and restaurant she owns with her husband, but more important to protect Mara and her family from Villanueva.

    Returning to Minnesota means Patrick must again work with FBI agent Liz Brynn, the only woman he has wanted but couldn't have. As part of the plea bargain to keep Mara out of jail he served as Liz's weasel for three years. Liz is full of surprises, not least the contrast between her off the rack black work suits and her closet full of vintage designer dresses.

    Liz works the counterfeiting case by the rules, but Patrick prefers to do things his way. He starts by forcing a move up from weasel to paid civilian consultant and continues until he gives Villanueva the punishment he most deserves

    Sey's characters - a drool-worthy hero (but not on his $3,000 suits or cashmere sweaters, please!), an FBI agent with secrets, a plucky sister, a teenager gone astray, an energetic toddler, a knife-wielding villain and a tall, slender Secret Service agent - could be cliché in other hands, but Sey keeps them fresh and unpredictable. The characters kept me turning the pages and left me sorry when the book ended.

    I have few authors on my Automatic Buy List; Sey is a welcome addition. I look forward to her next novel.

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  • Posted June 6, 2010

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    amusing romantic police procedural

    This is an amusing romantic police procedural starring two likable lead characters who belong together if the heroine can see passed her childhood based biases. The investigation is fun due to the squabbling between Liz and Patrick; as each knows the other places them on constant edgy tension by just being near each other. With some late suspense to round out the fun Minnesota thriller, fans will want to read this entertaining investigative romance.

    Harriet Klausner

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