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On Sale: September 16, 2009
Pages: 240 | ISBN: 978-0-307-56974-5
Published by : Loveswept Bantam Dell
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In jeans and leather jacket he looked handsome as the devil—and just as dangerous....

With his sexy mouth, silver-gray eyes, and drop-dead dazzling body, undercover cop Brody Hunter was perfect for the job Mallory Scott had in mind: playing escort at her double-crossing sister's wedding! Convinced she was safe in Brody's arms, Mallory was shocked to discover just how perilous—and pleasurable—his kisses could be. Could her carefully planned game of let's pretend make them both winners in the end?

Funny, steamy, and just this side of wicked, Catherine Mulvany's outrageous romp of a romance offers a potent look at one woman's hunt for the man of her dreams! She'd vowed to hire herself a hunk so gorgeous her man-stealing sister would turn green with envy, but once she found the right man for the job, would she dare offer him a lifetime contract?

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"Why did you come back, Brody?"

"Forgot something."

"What? Your lucky penny?" Mallory asked sarcastically.


She caught her lower lip between her teeth. He watched her steadily, the hint of a smile hovering at the corners of his mouth. "Then what?"

Brody sauntered over, never lifting his gaze from hers. "This." He framed her face with his hands, and she felt herself flushing as his touch sparked a response. He slowly bent forward, his gaze still locked on hers, and she vibrated with anticipation.

He's going to kiss me, she thought, surprised by her own lack of panic. And this time I'm not scared. I'm not scared of Brody at all. I want him to kiss me. I want to kiss him back.

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