Look-Alike [NOOK Book]

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They looked alike, fought alike...but when it came to spy games, Samantha St. John and Elle Petrenko had different codes. Upstanding CIA agent Sam played by the rules. Russian spy Elle had more colorful ways of getting the job done. Ways that put her at odds with her newfound sister--and in the path of one dangerous male.

Sam's loyalties lay with her former classmates, the women of Athena Academy who'd asked her to find a link between a blackmailer and her parents' deaths. But ...

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Overview

They looked alike, fought alike...but when it came to spy games, Samantha St. John and Elle Petrenko had different codes. Upstanding CIA agent Sam played by the rules. Russian spy Elle had more colorful ways of getting the job done. Ways that put her at odds with her newfound sister--and in the path of one dangerous male.

Sam's loyalties lay with her former classmates, the women of Athena Academy who'd asked her to find a link between a blackmailer and her parents' deaths. But Sam needed Elle and her mystery man to succeed. Could the sisters' newly formed bond survive this personal mission, the heart of which might reveal a devastating truth about their past?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426837395
  • Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises
  • Publication date: 6/1/2007
  • Series: Athena Force Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 664,841
  • File size: 688 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Look-Alike

    Following the homicides of their parents, the identical twins were separated as infants. One grows up in the United States while the other in Russia. Ironically as adults the siblings took up the same line of work just for different teams. The CIA employs Samantha St. John while the Russians utilize Elle Petrenko. Besides their differing employees, the sisters also contain diverse codes of honor. The Athena Academy asks graduate Sam to investigate a blackmailer, which she agrees to do because of her appreciation of her alma mater. Her efforts lead her to uncovering who killed her parents years ago. However, to complete her Athena mission as well as her personal quest, Sam needs Elle, but gets German agent Joachim Reiter in the bargain. This triangle must find a way to trust one another or die alone against a dangerous foe. --- This is an exciting espionage romance though the audience will have to accept the premise that having been separated as infants, the sisters become spies on two different continents. If you are okay with the first domino being improbable, the second domino and onward make for quite an exhilarating entertaining tale starring three wonderful agents. Meredith Fletcher provides a fine thriller that sub-genre fans will enjoy. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2006

    Look-Alike

    IR-5 Agency espionage drill instructor M.T. Stone takes one look at beautiful debutante Vaughn Monroe and has two thoughts: he wants her in his bed and that she will never survive his boot camp. Debutant Vaughn Monroe takes a look at the scowling hunk of her instructor and has two thoughts: she wants him in her bead and she will prove to this doubter that can survive his boot camp and more. He assumes her influential father, Director of the CIA, pulled nepotism and got her a job. She assumes he believes nepotism got her the job and plans to prove to him and her dad she is a chip off the old block. However, the latest assignment involves international arms dealer in which Vaughn is the perfect person to infiltrate the suspected vender. A friend is auctioning satellite weaponry. Vaughn and M.T are to go as a married couple partying in the upper class world she fled in a quest to stop the sale. --- INVISIBLE RECRUIT is an exciting undercover thriller starring a young woman who feels she must prove to the two men in her life that she is capable of successfully performing dangerous work and not just be debutant candy. The story line focuses on Vaughn¿s obsession to substantiate she belongs as M.T. has trouble accepting her as a recruit and her dad sees her as a deb. The heroine¿s self actualization need freshens up an action packed romantic suspense tale. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2006

    Roller-coaster thriller.

    Wow! From Amsterdam to Leipzig to Arizona to Moscow to the Greek Isles, the action never lets up as twin sisters Samantha St John and Elle Petrenko hunt their parents¿ killers. The twisty trail also leads them to the man who murdered Athena Academy¿s founder and a deadly biological agent that could destroy the world. Throw in a hunky bad guy trying to go good for Elle, a sexy CIA agent with the hots for Sam and things boil over fast!

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