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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fine romantic suspense

    Jackson ¿Jax¿ Gallagher arrives in Las Vegas using a high stakes poker tournament to hide his efforts to steal his late father¿s prized autographed 1927 World Series ball from his dad¿s widow dancer Treena McCall. Jax was estranged from his father, but loathes the widow who he assumes took advantage of the much older man. He regrets the loss of the ball, an heirloom from his grandfather, but he foolishly used it in a poker game in Monaco with the dangerous Sergei Kirov, fan of Americana collectibles. Failure to payoff his debt will mean broken bones. --- Jax meets Treena but hides from her that he is her stepson albeit older than her. He is shocked that she is nice and seems to genuinely like her dad and fails to come across even remotely as a gold digger. As they fall in love, he knows he cannot steal the ball though he will be lucky to survive the beating from Kirov¿s thugs and fears she will hate him when she learns who he is. --- Treena is a nice person (perhaps too good) who actually nursed an ailing Big Jim throughout their short marriage, which in turn cost the dance captain spot. She loved Big Jim like a father and mourns him when she meets the son, who she falls in love with like a lover. Jax appears selfish at first but ultimately tries to do the right thing. Kirov is an interesting Elvis loving thug. Together this threesome makes for a fine romantic suspense with the action coming late.--- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 5, 2012

    Highly recommend

    Love the book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 19, 2007

    Loved It!

    I wasn't to sure I was going to like this one since Jax was lying to Treena to just get the baseball. After I read some of it I feel in love with all of the characters in this book. Then you start wondering how it will end so you don't want to put it down. Hope she writes one about Carly and her 'next door neighbor' she doesn't like.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2005

    Delightful, fun read

    Susan Andersen has penned another tug at your heart, funny and sexy tale in Skintight. _____ Jax Gallagher, professional poker player figures this trip to Vegas will be a snap. He just has to retrieve a valuable baseball he used as an IOU. His late fathers showgirl widow has the ball. But once he meets Treena McCall all of his preconceived notions start to fall one by one. To make matters worse Jax finds himself falling for Treena. _____ Treena McCall is slowly getting her life back on track. She had to put her dancing on hold to nurse her dying husband. It¿s been four months since his death and she is ready to try to live again. She is drawn to Jax and really opens her heart and her world to him. Will she be able to forgive him once she finds out who he really is? _____ Treena and Jax connect as friends as well as lovers. Treena¿s friends form a wonderful, funny family that you just want to be a part of somehow. This book made me laugh, cry and shy. It¿s a gem.

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