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DEEP BREATH
by Alison Kent

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense

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Treasure hunter Georgia McLain
is desperate to get her hands on a dossier that contains information
to clear her dead father's name.

Secret ops agent Harry "Rabbit"
van Zandt needs to obtain that same information. Their paths cross less
than coincidentally at a diner in Waco, Texas, where four people, including Georgia's younger brother Finn, are taken hostage.

The release of the hostages
depends on Georgia and Harry's
ability to bring the information they
both seek back to treasure hunter
and all-around bad guy Charlie Castro. Neither Georgia nor Harry reveal to
the other their true intentions -- regarding their missions or their
emotions -- and they embark
on one whirlwind, tension-filled,
long weekend.
Kent cleverly divides this novel
into days rather than chapters, and
the hourly countdown adds to the
spy element. If the reader is not
familiar with her previous stories,
the number of characters introduced
early on can be overwhelming, but
the story recovers as the engaging plot develops. The love scenes -- including
one that borders on erotic -- are
electrically charged, and the book is
satisfying from start to finish. (Apr.,
320 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Jennifer Madsen

Publisher: Brava

Published: April 2006

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