French Kissing [NOOK Book]

Overview

Manhattan magazine editor and fashionista Kimi Renton is one of the beautiful people at couture week every year. But this time she's stuck with a rumpled P.I. posing as her photographer. Holden MacGreggor is tough-guy gorgeous--and badly attired. So if he's going to play the part right, she's going to have to dress him properly...then undress him slowly.

Soon they're having so much fun under the covers they almost forget that they're supposed to be undercover, busting up an ...

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French Kissing

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Overview

Manhattan magazine editor and fashionista Kimi Renton is one of the beautiful people at couture week every year. But this time she's stuck with a rumpled P.I. posing as her photographer. Holden MacGreggor is tough-guy gorgeous--and badly attired. So if he's going to play the part right, she's going to have to dress him properly...then undress him slowly.

Soon they're having so much fun under the covers they almost forget that they're supposed to be undercover, busting up an international theft ring. Then ooh, la la turns into oh-oh when they're found out.

Could this be the last tango in Paris for both of them?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426814860
  • Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises
  • Publication date: 7/1/2008
  • Series: Harlequin Blaze Series , #389
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 476,435
  • File size: 197 KB

Meet the Author

Nancy Warren is the USA TODAY bestselling author of more than twenty sexy, humorous novels and novellas for Harlequin and Kensington publishers. She got her big break in 2000 when she won the Harlequin Blaze Contest (unpublished category) and her first sale was a three-book contract— one for the Blaze line, one for the Temptation series and one for the Duets series. Nancy has won many awards for her writing, including the Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award for Best Blaze of 2002 and the Laurel Wreath. In 2004 she was a double Rita Award finalist. Nancy holds an honors degree in English literature and lives in the Pacific Northwest where she spends a lot of time daydreaming about gorgeous men, and women who are a lot more adventurous than she. When not writing, she is usually out walking her border collie in the rain, or twisted into some bizarre yoga shape.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    a fun romantic suspense

    Manhattan based fashion editor of highly regarded Uptown magazine Kimberley ¿Kimi¿ Renton is in Paris to cover couture week. To her chagrin at Simone¿s gala she is stuck with a guy who makes Colombo look like a fashion plate private investigator Holden MacGregg is working undercover poorly pretending to be a Minneapolis Daily Tribune photojournalist while trying to expose a fashion crime ring. The guy had to be wearing his grandfather¿s tweed coat worn by the older male when he was the age of the younger man and jeans that would make the designers turn ill.--------------- Kimi believes the schlep will be the one exposed unless he undergoes a makeover. He proves to be a hunk out of GQ and soon shows he is a hunk in the nude when they share her bed. As they fall in love, both understand the case comes before the romance, but they have FRENCH KISSING and more interludes to fill in the time.-------------- FRENCH KISSING is a fun romantic suspense starring two amiable protagonists as Kimi becomes a big fan of the Carlyle theory that clothing makes the man when Mac changes from Neanderthal reject into GQ centerfold. The undercover sleuthing is as entertaining as the under cover romance. Readers will appreciate Nancy Warren¿s Americans rendition of we ¿love Paris in the Spring time¿.------------------- Harriet Klausner

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