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Reader Review: So...This is a romance? I've read so many books that say they are a romance, but this one REALLY is! I loved the story. The whole book was good. I've read Kiss and Tell, which is the first story in this line, and it was just as good as this one. I loved them both! I loved Si and Frankie, and loved experiencing some of there life. A GREAT story.
A Florida beauty who hides her stunning good looks. A childhood friend who’s made a career of seduction. A thrilling story of mystery, secrets, and romance—as only New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann can tell it…
Sunrise Key native and aspiring private investigator Frankie Paresky has her first bona fide case—a client has hired her to find the missing heir to a priceless property. But there’s one complication: Simon Hunt, her best friend’s brother and a notorious heartbreaker, insists on being Frankie’s assistant. For Frankie, even Simon’s street-smart know-how isn’t worth the cost of dealing with his distracting good looks and overactive libido. But Simon’s on a mission to prove he’s not the man Frankie thinks he is. The truth is, he’s been dreaming about Frankie since they were teenagers, and not one woman on his endless list of conquests has managed to stop him. But he needs to work fast. Because the real Frankie—every gorgeous inch of her—isn’t under wraps anymore, and a stranger is already moving in.
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|Title of eBook: The Kissing Game||Series: Sunrise Key, , #2|
|Release Date: 02-24-2009|
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|Publisher: Random House Publishing Group|
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The Kissing Game
“Simon? Please tell me that Leila’s there!
” After a brief silence, Simon Hunt’s familiar voice said, “I could tell you that, Francine, but I’d be lying. My sister’s not home right now. She and her future husband went to their third meeting with the caterers. If you ask me, this wedding thing is getting way out of hand.”
Frankie Paresky closed her eyes and swore silently. “Simon, look, I need your help.” She spoke quickly, not allowing her best friend’s older brother time to speak, let alone a chance to refuse her. “I’m over at the airport. A charter flight just came in and I picked up the fare–only to find out that this man has come to Sunrise Key to see me. I asked him where he was headed, and he gave me my address. I need you to do me a humongous favor–I need you to go over to my office and unlock the door. When I drop this guy off, let him into the waiting room and stall him until I can come in the back and change my clothes.”
Simon was laughing at her, damn him. “You mean you don’t want a client to know that you moonlight as one of this island’s most illustrious cabdrivers?”
“There’s nothing wrong with my earning a few extra bucks driving a cab,” Frankie said, “but . . . I really want this guy to take me seriously.”
“And you think he’s going to take you seriously if you quickly change into your trench coat and fedora and pret...
Title: The Kissing Game
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So...This is a romance? I've read so many books t
February 26, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from knoxville, TN US
So...This is a romance? I've read so many books that say they are a romance, but this one REALLY is! I loved the story. The whole book was good. I've read Kiss and Tell, which is the first story in this line, and it was just as good as this one. I loved them both! I loved Si and Frankie, and loved experiencing some of there life. A GREAT story.
The kissing game
October 30, 2012
Reviewer: A reader from FAYETTEVILLE, NC USA
This book did not have a lot of character detail or background. I felt that the author just went stratight into the story without a true background.
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