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ANGELS AND OUTLAWS
by Lori Wilde

Genre: Series, Harlequin Blaze, Current Series Imprints

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When Cass Richards follows her Hermès scarf out an eighth-floor window, she finds herself teetering on a ledge in four-inch Manolo Blahnik shoes. Detective Sam Mason sees her and, assuming she's having man trouble, tries to stop her from jumping. This meet-cute is symbolic of the rest of the story, as misunderstandings and differences in outlook keep pushing them apart. Sam is looking for a thief who has committed a string of high-end home robberies, and Cass has been to all the houses. Could she be the thief? And what is their connection to the theft of a famous archeological artifact called the White Star? Angels and Outlaws (4) by Lori Wilde combines thrills, humor and sizzling sex for a fun lead-off for the White Star miniseries.

Reviewed By: Page Traynor

Publisher: Harlequin

Published: January 2006

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