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Posted July 2, 2012
This book was awful. The heroine was supposed to be kickass. NOT. She was useless. She was attacked, kidnapped and taken hostage, handcuffed: all seperate incidents. And the hero lied, used her, manipulated her and lied some more. Yet when he came back after dumping her unceremoniously weeks ago, she just fogave all. It was rediculous. Not to mention there was no chemistry between the two leads. And the ending was pathetic. This book was in no way romantic. Do yourself a favor and skip it! ##Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 9, 2008
SEX BOMB is a wild over the top romantic suspense
Makeup artist Ellie Jameson studied self defense and took up all sorts of weapon training not surprising when your father is a leader of a violet radical group. However, Ellie has nothing to do with her dad, whom she assumes is deranged.-------------------- When Enforcer crime-fighter Christian Navarro enters her bedroom via the window, he offers her a deal she cannot refuse. He wants her help in his plan to destroy her father and his group¿s terrorist plan. He also dangles the carrot of her joining his team. With two sweeteners in the pot, she quickly accepts. The plan is for them to pretend to be lovers so he can use her to infiltrate her dad¿s compound even if father and daughter are currently estranged. However, Christian never expected to fall in love with the woman he lied to as he has no plans to get her onto his team and as to her father he is a trained assassin out to get him.----------------- SEX BOMB is a wild over the top romantic suspense starring a unique lead couple. Whereas he is the debonair spy, she is the kick butt heroine wanting an opportunity to prove that in spite of her gender she can mix it up with any male. The story line is action-packed as Ellie and Christian join forces to bring down her father. Both were prepared for any contingency except love. Jamie Sobrato writes a zany heated thriller.--------------- Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 9, 2011
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