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  • ISBN-13: 9781933967608
  • Publisher: Kensington
  • Publication date: 10/1/2008
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 697,154
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2008

    Double Crossed

    I have been a Darrien Lee fan since I pick up 'All That and A Bag of Chips' and the title alone is what grap my attention. If you have read any of Darrien's book then you know that the titles of her books are saying we have said or heard through out all of our lives in this series. Been There, Done That, What Goes Around Come Around, When Held Freezes Over and then Double Crossed. With these titles you know the books are good. Damon Kilpatrick: A wealthy Philadelphia Eagle Coach who is one of the most eligible sought after bachelors in Philly. Meeting women for Damon has never been an issue the problem is keeping them. Most women he met cannot put up with his rigorous work schedule as a Coach, he has had is share of bad experience with woman who only want what they think he can do for them. Until he met Nicole Adams. Nicole Adams is the best friend of Meridan (When Hell Freezes Over) they have been friends since college. Nicole is presently involve with Officer Deacon Miles who has been in a relationship with each other for the past 2 years. Damon & Nicole met for the first time at a party at Keaton & Meridan house. The introduction was made by Arnelle (Keaton sister) and friend of Damon. As the night unfold Damon & Nicole end up in the same bar at the hotel that night and had a drink while they was there Nicole rec'd a phone that sent her into panic mode when she learn that her boyfriend had been shot. Seeing how upset Nicole is he went to her to comfort her once she told him she had to get back to Philly Damon made the decision to help her and not leave her alone. Deacon had been shot and was in critical condition. Damon made arrangement for them to flight back home to Philly. Once they got to the hospital Nicole was met by Deacon partner Riley who told Nicole how Deacon was doing but he also has something else to tell Nicole but before he could the doctor came out and ask if any of Deacon Miles family was in the waiting room and then this tall woman stood up and said that she was Deacon wife. Riley tried to tell Nicole this before she found out this way but it was to late and boy when she found out she was PISSED with Deacon and Riley for keeping this lie from her. Once Damon saw how upset Nicole was he took her home. Nicole decided to break off her relationship with Deacon because one thing she can't and don't like is a liar. Once Deacon woke up the first person he ask for was Nicole and once Riley told him that Nicole knows about his wife (Lala) Deacon is upset. Damon & Nicole begin a friendship which turns in love for them both and the fact that they have so much in common with each other but there is just one problem and his name is Deacon. Deacon has tried on several occasion to contact Nicole to explain his side of the story but at every turn Nicole is slowly removing Deacon from her heart but for Deacon Nicole will be the only one for him and he will do anything to get Nicole to see that even BLACKMAIL.............. Darrien also bring back other characters from her book that we feel in love with in the beginning. You will get to see Craig & Venice, Joshua & Cynthia, Winston & Arnelle and Keaton & Meridan. I tell there is nothing like catching up with old characters and their KIDS and I tell these kids are something else in this series. We are also introduce to other new characters like Damon brothers which I am hoping will have books of there on. I recommend this book and all of the other as well. Thanks Louise

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  • Posted March 9, 2009

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    Darrien Lee is a great author.

    This book was such a great novel. I really enjoyed each page. Although the other books are not needed to understand this book I recommend them because the characters come back in this book. You will not be lost because each of Darrien books explain each character to you. But the other books are great as well.

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  • Posted June 21, 2010

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    The Best

    I love Darrien Lee's books ! I'm not just saying that because she is my cousin either. At my Family Reunion I Got a copy of The Last Chance And Double Crossed before it even hit the stores ! I'm only 16 years old but i've been trying to read her books since i was 10, i didnt know exactly what they were about until I actually read them. I thought that All That And A Bag of Chips was About A Bag of Lays or something I was so young and Nieve. I guess with Zane being her mentor she couldnt go wrong with writing such intriguing stories. And im Glad she wrote the teen series I got all of those too before they hit the stores. I really do enjoy her novels an as of right now Im begging her to hurry up an come out with another book!

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  • Posted November 25, 2008

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    A Sure Winner

    I love Darrien Lee's books and this one is a sure winner. I couldn't keep this book closed. From start to finish it kept my attention and the love that flowed between Damon and Nicole was awesome even for him to stay around with all her drama. Now that is a man in love. It wasn't til I finished her book that I realized it was a sequel to her other books. Keep putting pen to paper. Thanks I am an avid reader. Good book for anytime.

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