Charmed and Dangerous

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The second sexy, contemporary romantic comedy from the author of "License to Thrill." When Maddie Cooper's thrill-seeking twin sister disappears, Maddie charges furiously into FBI agent David Marshall's art-and-forgery investigation and later falls into his arms. Original.

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Overview

The second sexy, contemporary romantic comedy from the author of "License to Thrill." When Maddie Cooper's thrill-seeking twin sister disappears, Maddie charges furiously into FBI agent David Marshall's art-and-forgery investigation and later falls into his arms. Original.

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Wilde's second single title contemporary romance (after License to Thrill) finds former Olympic athlete Maddie Cooper and FBI agent David Marshall on the trail of Maddie's twin sister, Cassie, who was supposed to help David nab an art thief. After a less than auspicious first meeting-David confuses Maddie for Cassie and tackles her, and she tries to blind him with pepper spray-the two learn that Cassie has skipped town and may be in cahoots with the thief. Refusing to believe her twin could have switched sides, Maddie insists on tagging along as David travels to the Grand Caymans and then to Europe to track down the thief. There's nothing subtle or surprising about Wilde's plot and characterizations. From the very first sentence ("FBI special agent David Marshall loved a good fight and he played to win"), it's clear what kind of hero David is. Likewise, readers are told repeatedly that Maddie, the rational, dependable twin, has long felt responsible for the well-being of her flightier sister. Nevertheless, the story has its witty moments (upon being saved from a villain by a lesser villain, Cassie thinks to herself, "My antihero!"), and the chemistry between David and Maddie, though overblown at times, is hot enough to satisfy those looking for light summer reading. Agent, Karen Solem. (July) Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780446613675
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/24/2009
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 476,863
  • Product dimensions: 4.25 (w) x 7.00 (h) x 1.12 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2014

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    Posisoin open type eletric

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2006

    Great Read

    I bought the book on a whim and have never read a book by this Author before.. I must say it was a good read. I think any book that makes you laugh out loud is a good thing.. I was in the bowling all reading and just out of the blue started laughing at a part in the book and I got some weird looks.. My Husband thinks it is cute that I do that.. ha ha ha It was a good book though and there was a plot in there that I so did not see coming I am looking forward to reading more by this Author..

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 14, 2004

    Absolutely Awesome Book!!

    You will be imediately sucked into this fast-paced, action-packed, steamy read! It's exciting from the very first page to the last! This book has got all the elements necessary to make it a GREAT story. You'll be head over heels for David Marshall by the end! Charmed and Dangerous is a definite must read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2004

    A wildly romantic good time

    Charmed and Dangerous by Lori Wilde is a fast paces sexy romp. Maddie Cooper has always put her life second to any problems from her more adventurous twin, Cassie. Cassie is missing and Maddie will move heaven and earth to find her sister. FBI agent David Marshall broke the rules by using civilian Cassie Copper to broker a sting. When Cassie sister comes looking for her, she stumbles head first into the scene. David didn¿t feel one iota of attraction to Cassie but he is sure feeling it for Maddie. As David and Maddie hunt all over Europe, they realize they have met their match in each other. This book is a joy from the first word to the last. Its refreshing to see a hero and heroine that can easily safe themselves as well as each other. I can¿t wait to read Cassie story¿

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2004

    Charmed and Dangerous

    I got sucked into a whirlwind called CHARMED AND DANGEROUS, carried swiftly along by the force of the characters and the story line before being dropped, gently, into a nice feel good state at the end. Boy, oh boy. I didn't know if Ms. Wilde could repeat the quality of her LICENSE TO THRILL. But she did. CHARMED AND DANGEROUS is a charming whirlwind of a story, with vivid larger-than-life characters and non-stop action. Ms. Wilde not only has a knack for grabbing a reader's attention from the get-go and not letting go, she also has a special humorous touch. The banter between the romantic couple and the situations the pair find themselves are highly entertaining. Maddie Cooper and David Marshall are dynamite together. Calm, sedate Maddie becomes almost a wild woman in her quest to find her missing twin sister while playing havoc with oh-so-yummy FBI agent David. The love dance is in full swing in this story as the pair, both cautious about romantic feelings, play at keeping their distance from each other. And what an engaging dance it is! Intriguing characters, different locales and hilarious situations keep this story moving quickly. Maddie and David together make CHARMED AND DANGEROUS sizzle.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2004

    Charmed and Dangerous

    This zany romantic comedy will steal your heart. It's sexy, fun and hard to put down. Treat yourself to this irresistible escape---it's pure delight!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2004

    Charmed and Dangerous

    For all of her life, Maddie Cooper has kept a watchful eye over her twin sister Cassie, keeping her out of trouble as much as possible. So when Cassie ends up way over her head, Maddie jumps right in to bail her out and what a rescue it is going to be. She has to keep her libido under control and outwit the handsome FBI agent in order to reach her goal. But boy, oh boy is David Marshall one tempting man that will have Maddie thinking about what it would be like to throw her 'good-girl' ways right out the window. Cassie has been working with sexy FBI agent David Marshall to catch a high profile art thief. But to prove to her sister that she can be the hero, Cassie decides to go in deeper and not only help catch a thief, but recover the stolen art too. That is until her plans start going awry and Cassie finds herself neck deep in trouble. As much as he hates it, David Marshall is stuck with Maddie. She is beyond determined that her twin is innocent of any crimes and is going to rescue Cassie before David can throw her in jail. Keeping Maddie close will not only keep her out of trouble, but will help him get closer to her. An attraction like no other has taken over David and for the first time, a woman is more important than his quest to catch the thief. Now David just has to convince Maddie to take a chance on him, keep them alive and catch the bad guy, all in a days work. A fast paced, exciting story, CHARMED AND DANGEROUS is filled with love, laughter and a bit of danger around every corner. Ms. Wilde had me laughing out loud and sitting on the edge of my seat with this romance story. Seeing David's determination to catch the bad guy go up against Maddie's determination to save her sister makes this book one sensual roller coaster ride. If you looking for the perfect summer read look no further, Lori Wilde has already written it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2004

    Charmed and Dangerous

    FBI agent David Marsahll has been chasing art thief and co-artist Peyton Shriver for ten years and in despair has enlisted Cassie Cooper to work undercover even though she's sort of dipsy. When she, Peyton and a valuable painting disappear, it looks as though David has been double-crossed until Cassie's Olympian twin sister Maddie rides to the rescue. Convinced her sister is in trouble, Maddie decides to dog David's trail until she finds the truth. But for twenty years Maddie has kept their paths running smoothly and doesn't intend to let David interfere. Wilde has a unique voice that will soar her to publishing heights. Her characters are visual and her stories are filled with humor and adventure.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2004

    Sexy contemporary romantic comedy

    Take a deep breath before you plunge into Charmed and Dangerous because you are going to need it. This is a fast paced, thrill ride that will literally take you around the globe and back again. Ms. Wilde grabs and holds your attention from the first word to the last in this book that has humor, suspense and a sexier than sin hero.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2004

    A thrill a minute

    FBI Agent David Marshall knows he made a mistake when he recruited civilian public relations specialist at Fort Worth¿s Kimball Art Museum Cassie Cooper, but he had hope she would provide him the means to take down art thief Peyton Shriver. Once violent Jocko Blanco became involved, David decided to remove Cassie from danger, but she fails to show up at their meeting spot. Instead, he mistakes Cassie¿s twin Maddie for her................................ Cassie and Peyton stole a valuable Cezanne and are now in the Grand Cayman Islands. Though he wants Maddie to stay behind so she is safe, she is used to bailing her sister out of trouble so she forces her way onto the investigation. As David plans to bring Cassie down and Maddie tries to prove she is innocent, they fall in love but Jocko insures the inquiries turn deadlier and dangerous.............................. This is an exhilarating romantic suspense that goes at a fast pace from the moment David realizes he accosted the wrong twin. Readers will take delight with the clever antics of Maddie has as she tricks and ultimately forces David to allow her to accompany him. Though the final clean up is too neat, fans will take immense pleasure with this FBI art theft romance.......................... Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2004

    Charmed and Dangerous

    I got an advanced reading copy of this book. Boy, is it fun. Fast-paced and action-packed. A great love story with a wonderful suspense as well. FBI agent David is a hero to die for, all swagger and sin. And Maddie is just too cool as she repeatedly gives this alpha male a run for his money. If you want a pure summer beach read escape, grab a copy quick.

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