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Up Close and Dangerously Sexy (Harlequin Blaze Series #454)

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  • Posted February 5, 2009

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    This is more of a suspense thriller with plenty of villains and exciting subplots

    Interior designer Allie Carpenter decides to surprise her twin sister Callie with a gift by decorating her apartment. With her reluctant assistant Jason Kyoto at her side insisting orange is not his color, they break in into the apartment. Instead, Drew Miller thinking she is Callie detains Allie. He wants information about where she has been and the status of her contact with a notorious arms dealer.<BR/><BR/>Allie is stunned as she learns her sibling works undercover for the CIA. Once Drew realizes he has the wrong Carpenter, he wants to release the civilian whom he is attracted to. However, his superior drafts her to replace her missing sister. Allie agrees in hopes of finding Callie. Drew vows to keep the sister he is falling in love with safe.<BR/><BR/>This is more of a suspense thriller with plenty of villains (perhaps too many as they crowd the pages) and exciting subplots to keep the lead couple hopping. The romance between the lead couple takes a back seat except for a few interludes that feels intrusive as they are on a mission with a clock ticking. Still fans will enjoy the agent and the amateur spy fall in love while trying to rescue her twin and prevent an illegal arms deal.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted August 22, 2014

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    Up Close and Dangerously Sexy by Karen Anders Undercover Lovers

    Up Close and Dangerously Sexy by Karen Anders
    Undercover Lovers Book One
    Allie Carpenter had finally found her niche in life. Interior design. Her family considered her flighty and not one to finish anything. Not like her twin sister or brother. Only her twin has been hiding a secret. Callie, it seems, was living quite a different life and now Allie has been pulled into it.

    Agent Drew Miller did his job and nabbed the AWOL agent. Only it seems he nabbed the wrong gal. No wonder he felt a pull towards the beauty that he never felt towards her sister. Too bad he was a man who didn’t do relationships. Here today and gone tomorrow.

    Thrown into the world of cloaks and daggers, Allie’s peaceful life changes quickly. A chance to prove she can follow a job to the end. If this job didn’t kill her first. And if she could keep her mind and body off of Agent Miller long enough to do the job. Looking forward to the next two books in the series; Dangerous Curves and Deliciously Dangerous.
    **Very Sexual and language

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