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Secret Agent Reunion (Silhouette Romantic Suspense #1476)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Awonderful SECRET AGENT REUNION romantic thriller

    Years ago British intelligence agent Danielle Moore blew her SIS cover as the assassin Sparrow when she met Mitch Lama, an agent with the Lazlo Group. They fell in love, but neither was forthcoming about their true past. However, Danielle¿s obsession with learning who killed her parents led to the death of a prince and almost that of herself and her twin Elizabeth SIS fired her.-------------- Dani has joined the privately operated Lazlo Group, but is shocked that Mitch is her partner as she thought he died when she held him in her arms while he was wounded. He does not trust her as she failed to tell him the truth, but to his chagrin he still desires her. In fact he knows that he loves her. However, his assignment comes before mending his broken heart as they must work together to uncover a rogue killer inside the Lazlo Group.------------ The sequel to MORE THAN A MISSION is a wonderful SECRET AGENT REUNION romantic thriller starring two lead characters who believe love is not enough as neither believes anything the other says. Readers will appreciate this fine tale while wondering how Caridad Pineiro will redeem her heroine (anti-heroine?), whose actions led to the death of the Prince of Silvershire in the first book. That conjecture is part of the fun of a terrific suspense tale that can stand alone, but to fully savor Dani¿s Mission: Impassioned, read her sister¿s saga first.------------------ Harriet Klausner

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