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Nobody Does It Better (Harlequin Blaze Series #401)
     

Nobody Does It Better (Harlequin Blaze Series #401)

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by Jennifer LaBrecque
 

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Schoolteacher Holly Smith is on a mission. The objective? To find her long-lost mother. The setting? Venice, city of supersensuous delights. When an encounter with a suave, unbelievably tempting English tour guide attempts to derail her focus, Holly lets herself be distracted. After all, the man has very talented fingers. And lips. And, oh God, his tongue…

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Nobody Does It Better (Harlequin Blaze Series #401) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
After ending her no-go relationship with her boyfriend who called her a compulsive ¿neurotic mess¿, American schoolteacher Holly Smith vows to find her biological mother who deserted the family when she was a toddler she needs to know why. This is the first flight for Atlanta¿s Holly Smith as she heads to Venice, Italy.---------------- Sitting next to Holly on the plane is English tour guide Gage Carswell, who actually is an undercover t British Secret Service agent working the Gorgon case in hopes of capturing this uranium black-market dealer. Holly fits the profile of the type of female Gorgon obsesses over because of her aqua eyes. As Gage and Holly begin to fall in love, he fears for her life if Gorgon captures his woman.--------- NOBODY DOES IT BETTER is an amusing espionage romance as the British Secret service believes Holly is a brilliant undercover agent who uses her neurosis to conceal her mission. Since she is the worst choice as a spy and Gage wonders if eh is falling in love with the enemy, fans will laugh out loud at their antics. 007 is tuned upside down as Jennifer LaBrecque provides a jocular The Spy Who Loves Me contemporary.------------------------ Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago