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Bare Nerve
     

Bare Nerve

3.8 6
by Katherine Garbera
 

Once upon a time, there were three little girls. Charity. Justine. Anna. Individually, they're lethal weapons. Together? They're the force to be reckoned with at Liberty Investigations. Their bodies may be made for sin, but everything else is for kicking ass. . .

Anna

The daughter of an English aristocrat and former British ambassador, Anna Sterling

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Bare Nerve 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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Arkman More than 1 year ago
I had to give 3 stars for the cover as I'm a guy and well, the girl is cute...

I Love this book, bought the series and when I visited the author's website (www.katherinegarbera.com), I found out she's writing a whole new series based on the mercenaries in this book. Katherine has a wonderful style of writing that is conversational, not like I'm being talked down to. I'm not a big reader of romance, but this one has blown me away. Out of the three in this series, it's my favorite.

Can't wait for more!
harstan More than 1 year ago
Three British females (Charity Keon, Anna Sterling and Justine O'Neill) form a powerful team at Liberty Investigations. Unlike her two partners who have found loving men in their lives (see BARE FACTS and BARE WITNESS, Anna does not trust males. For that matter she prefers destroying the enemy with keystrokes on her computer than meeting any people.

Her hacking skills uncover a major gun running operation. The Liberty threesome is paired with mercenaries headed by uncouth Jack Savage to end the deadly black market dealings; they begin the mission in Algiers. A daughter of an aristocrat and an ambassador Anna is shocked by her attraction to crude Savage, whose behavior lives up to his surname. Even more stunning Jack reciprocates even if he detests these marshmallow feelings.

As with the previous tales, the final Liberty Investigations romantic thriller comes right out with its homage to Charlie¿s Angels. The story line is filled with suspense and action as the extended team battles terrorists as Carl Douglas sings ¿Everyone was kung fu fighting¿ while also taking time for boudoir interludes between the lady and the beast to the delight of romantic suspense fans.

Harriet Klausner