FBI special agent Nicola Guthrie is on her first field assignment. Her job? To find security expert turned art thief Gabe Wilder. She knows this is her big break. She has to get her man.
And late one night, she does. Not to mention a whole lot more! Who knew her traitorous body would respond so strongly to Gabe's sensuous lips…his tall, strong body…her own irresistible need?
Gabe can't believe that Nicola still thinks he's the bad guy! Then again, he's almost tempted to fess up, just so he can keep tasting her incredible mouth.
Still, they have a job to do. A daring criminal is terrorizing the city's wealthiest art collectors. Gabe and Nicola quickly realize that the smartest way to catch their quarry is to join forces.
Of course, they'll have to find their way out of bed first….
©2011 Cara Summers (P)2011 Audible, Inc.
This was really bad! The story is beyond ridicules with very weak characters. For an audiobook that was less than 6 hours it seemed to drag on forever! The only reason I gave it one star was for the narrator. Save your credits!
A decent Blaze narrator. She has good pacing and is good with the heroine but makes male characters sound too old and serious. This was the same narrator as A Man For All Seasons and I noticed the same problem with the hero's voice, but I would rather have Gabra than the long pauses and flat voices of other Blaze narrators.
Good writing, very atmospheric opening to the story, great characters. As far as the art heist plot, I'm still not clear on what happened there, but it was a nice background for falling in love. As Blazes go, this is a good one.
The Narrator is horrible, she made the main male character sound like Dirty Harry all the time. His voice was always emotionless and monotone. All the other characters were not much better
I've enjoyed other books by Cara Summers, but I had a hard time listening to this one.
Couldn't believe any FBI agent could be so timid. Too unbelievable, too gushy and too over the top.
The story was silly but the narrator made it actually physically painful to listen to. Ugh!!
This was worth buying and listening. The book kept me interested throughout and I really enjoyed it.
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