Close to the Edge (Silhouette Intimate Moments #1341) [NOOK Book]

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Bayou-born Lucky Boucher knew Jacey Wheeler was out of his league. She was more than just a high-class blonde with the body of a goddess, she was the brains behind a successful P.I. firm--and Lucky's boss. So he kept his hands off her and his head on their private investigations.

For the first time since they had met, what she wanted from him had absolutely nothing to do with business. With their current case heating up and their professional relationship scorching, Lucky was ...

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Close to the Edge (Silhouette Intimate Moments #1341)

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Overview

Bayou-born Lucky Boucher knew Jacey Wheeler was out of his league. She was more than just a high-class blonde with the body of a goddess, she was the brains behind a successful P.I. firm--and Lucky's boss. So he kept his hands off her and his head on their private investigations.

For the first time since they had met, what she wanted from him had absolutely nothing to do with business. With their current case heating up and their professional relationship scorching, Lucky was more than willing to do whatever it took to keep the boss happy....

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426863059
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 5/24/2010
  • Series: Silhouette Intimate Moments Series , #1341
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 511,625
  • File size: 450 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2004

    The full five stars!

    Jacinda 'Jacey' Wheeler has given up her boring life as a debutante and is now the brains behind a successful P.I. firm. Jacey has two employees. Joan is her secretary. Lucky helps with the cases. .............................................. Luc 'Lucky' Boucher (Boo-shin) worked as one of Vinny's street thugs until a few years ago. Once Lucky was hired by Jacey he began using his street smarts and connections to help complete their cases. ............................................ They are both attracted to each other. To Jacey, Lucky's bayou charm and dark aura is striking. To Lucky, Jacey is too high class for someone like himself. Yet he admires her wit, dedication to her job, and she is drop dead gorgeous. Therefore, they are only business associates. Yet during their three years together they have become very good friends. ............................................. Now that is all about to change. A local shipping magnate, J. Walter Garvey is dying. The strong willed man refuses to tell his family and is close to none of them. He hires Jacey to investigate all his family members so he may decide which of them, if any, he will leave the running of his empire to. To make things complicated, word has somehow leaked out about Garvey hiring Jacey and why. None of the family members look great, but one of them is connected to Vinny. The simple research case has just become deadly. ............................................. ***** There are two sub-plots running underneath the main one to keep things lively in this story. Jacey has a problem with an ex-boyfriend and Lucky has a dark secret he would rather Jacey never found out about. It all comes together to make a spectacular tale that will highly entertain readers and deserves the full five stars! *****

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