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How steamy is it? Sizzling

Publisher's Summary

Darcy Gordon lives in fear of the past catching up with her. So when a horrible accident injures her boss, she can't shake the thought that it was meant for her. And her problems only worsen when her boss's brother, FBI agent Patrick Devereux, comes to town asking questions. If it wouldn't raise so many suspicions, she'd be packing her bags and leaving Chicago.

So she does her best to stay under the radar. Patrick's fierce good looks and razor-sharp stare have her stomach in knots...and her heart racing. The passion between them leaves Darcy more confused than ever. For the first time, she wants more than the pretend life she's living now. For the first time, fear is taking a backseat to what she could have with Patrick.

©2012 Margaret Watson (P)2012 Audible, Inc

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  • Kristie C.
  • West Warwick, RI, United States
  • 10-03-12

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This was my first Whispersync novel and let me tell you I loved that feature. Now I only want books that do that. Only problem is I hated how this book was narrated. If I only listened to the book I don't think I would have been able to get through it. Didn't like the voices she used and thought the accents were bad. But I liked the book was tense when I needed to be and teared up at the sappy part