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Twin Targets Mass Market Paperback – 13 May 2008
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- Publisher : Harlequin Books (Mm) (13 May 2008)
- Language : English
- Mass Market Paperback : 217 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0373693281
- ISBN-13 : 978-0373693283
- Dimensions : 10.72 x 1.5 x 16.79 cm
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FBI agent John Sharpe was closing in on a criminal he'd made his life's mission to put away for life. So rescuing Sydney Westlake from the churning ocean was a distraction he couldn't afford. But then he learned the beautiful scientist had escaped his target's clutches and could hold the key to closing his case, so John wasn't letting her out of his sight. Sydney claimed she was more than willing to help, especially if it meant securing her twin sister's safety, but danger threatened every move she and John made together. Would the same hold true once their barely contained attraction was finally released?
Pros: If you read my previous reviews you will note that I don't give 5 stars frequently. So, when I do, that means I truly enjoyed this book. I thought it was well written with characters you felt genuinely liked each other. I really liked that the characters realized early on they were attracted to each other and instead of a lifetime of second guessing each other's feelings, they actually talked about it! It was refreshing not having to read all 277 pages before getting to the part where the characters realize they actually have feelings for each other. The action/adventure made this book a definite page turner. The hero was tender when he needed to be and the heroine was strong when she needed to be. The chemistry between them was palpatating, intense and well developed.
Cons: There was one death scene that was too graphic for me. I have a vivid imagination so the picture still sticks in my mind. However, I understand the author's intent in making a point. Through all the situations they endured together, it was a little frustrating when he still didn't trust what she was telling him. Thankfully, the trust FINALLY did come when it was needed the most.