Goes Down Easy (Harlequin Blaze #225) [NOOK Book]

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Jack Montgomery is out of his element. The former covert ops hero is now carving out a living as a P.I., specializing in missing persons. Except the trail's gone stone-cold on the Eckhardt kidnapping just as Jack hits sizzling New Orleans. To top it off, some psychic woman is making wild claims--and newspaper headlines--on his case, no less.

Perry Brazille knows her aunt can help Jack--Della has solved crimes before with her unexplained visions. Even Perry herself can glimpse ...

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Goes Down Easy (Harlequin Blaze #225)

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Overview

Jack Montgomery is out of his element. The former covert ops hero is now carving out a living as a P.I., specializing in missing persons. Except the trail's gone stone-cold on the Eckhardt kidnapping just as Jack hits sizzling New Orleans. To top it off, some psychic woman is making wild claims--and newspaper headlines--on his case, no less.

Perry Brazille knows her aunt can help Jack--Della has solved crimes before with her unexplained visions. Even Perry herself can glimpse the future, and she is afraid that she and the mysterious sexy Jack will be lovers...soon. What Perry can't see is the kind of future that can build on a hot and steamy fling. One that's set against a dangerous situation that's clearly unraveling...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426854323
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 2/15/2010
  • Series: Harlequin Blaze Series , #225
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 538,104
  • File size: 252 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2006

    More great reading from Alison Kent!

    PI Jack Montgomery traveled from Texas to New Orleans following leads in his search for a kidnapped corporate executive. Those leads take him to the door of psychic, Della Brazille, touted in a newspaper article as being a consultant with police, namely Detective Book Franklin, in the search for the missing exec. Certain that she is a fraud, Jack intends to convince her to walk away from the case and then get on with his investigation. Jack has no intention of being sucked in by her act, and he certainly doesn¿t expect to be attracted to Della¿s niece, Perry, who is one of the most beautiful women he has ever seen. Perry is equally attracted to Jack and her heart aches for his painful past, but she is wary of letting her feelings run away after he has made it clear that he isn¿t interested in anything more than simple sex between them. Della¿s visions indicate increasing violence against the kidnapped man and it becomes obvious that they need to find him quickly, making Perry realize that her days remaining with Jack are limited, and making her fear that he won¿t share her feelings. Alison Kent wraps up the stories of five characters introduced in previous stories with GOES DOWN EASY. Jack and Perry are fiery together and Della and Book are charming secondary characters who are key to the story. The New Orleans setting is excellently written, as is the violence against the kidnapping victim. The light touches of woo-woo with Della¿s psychic abilities and a resident ghost, are wonderfully creative. Alison Kent¿s name on a book is a guarantee that it will be an excellent read, and GOES DOWN EASY is no exception.

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