Perfectly Incompatibleby Kathryn Anne Dubois
Perfectly Incompatible By Kathryn Anne Dubois Michael Mulcahy, successor to a long line of NYC cops, has learned enough from his brothers' mistakes to know that Libby Crowne Vandermark, a fellow FBI agent and former debutante from the Upper East Side, is all wrong for him. He just needs to slake his relentless lust for her. This undercover operation, where they pose as a married couple at a "second honeymoon" spa, is the perfect excuse to do it.
Libby can't believe she's stuck with Neanderthal Mulcahy. Having grown up with three chauvinist brothers and a dominant father, she goes out of her way to avoid men like him. If she can just keep her eyes off him while they're together, every day and night, she'll get through this.
But the spa is not what it seems. And it turns their struggle to torture. Until they realize just how perfectly incompatible they are.
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There was a lot more story and romance than I was expecting in this book and that mane me a very happy reader. Libby and Michael are both FBI agents. They are even farther apart from opposites than you can imagine. They do not speak to each other and Michael has requested that they not be assigned to work together. One day, their luck runs out and they are assigned to go undercover at a resort as husband and wife. Michael eventually seduces Libby while on assignment and admits (only to himself) that he has real feelings for Libby. This is about the time all of the twists and turns come into play. I must admit that I didn't see a lot of the twists that were thrown into this book. They were perfect for the story and kept you riveted. I would have liked to have seen a little more communication between Michael and Libby as thier love kind of came out of nowhere. All in all, I'm happy that I picked this book up on a whim and would gladly read more from this author.
it was a good read. The main characters had a lot of chemistry. She was a little whiny though.