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EVERYBODY LOVES EVIE
by Beth Ciotta

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

2008 Contemporary Romance Nominee

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The talented Ciotta's latest Evie book is one that new readers will jump into easily. Likewise, fans will be thrilled to re-enter the engaging world of this spunky, lovable heroine. After all, everybody loves a skillfully characterized, humorously narrated and undeniably well-plotted novel.

Aging character actress Evie Parish returns for another adventure
with reformed con artist Arch Duvall,
a sexy undercover agent sporting a Scottish brogue, and Milo Beckett, Arch's American partner in a covert government operation that was set up to bust scammers.

Fortysomething Evie again improvises a role to help the crime-fighting team battle swindlers, but this time
the stage is her Indiana hometown -- and the players include her estranged parents, a local dance teacher and a senator. Adding to the drama is the love triangle forming between Arch, Milo and Evie. Can she have one? Both? Neither? Will tangling with
these men cost her a sought-after job
as well as her vulnerable heart? (HQN, Feb., 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Marilyn Weigel

Publisher: HQN

Published: February 2008

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