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KINCAID'S DANGEROUS GAME
by Kathleen Creighton

Genre: Series, Silhouette Romantic Suspense, Current Series Imprints

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KINCAID'S DANGEROUS GAME (4.5) by Kathleen Creighton: P.I. Holt Kincaid has found the two brothers and sister of his client Corey Pearson. But he's at a dead end in the search for Brenna Fallon, the last missing family member. Then he watches a televised poker tournament and spies champion Billie Farrell, a dead ringer for Brenna. In Billie the confirmed bachelor has met his match. Both are emotionally scarred, with secrets to spare. But as she prepares to meet her family, Billie may not be the only one joining the large Pearson clan. Creighton reintegrates Pearson family members from earlier stories into this terrific end to the Taken series. Beyond an engaging romance, it leaves readers with the notion that sometimes the end is just another beginning.

Reviewed By: Sandra Garcia-Myers

Publisher: SILHOUETTE

Published: June 2009

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