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MAXIMUM EXPOSURE
by Alison Kent

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense

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Kent keeps the pages turning with nonstop action and strong writing in her latest SG-5 tale. The Miami setting is as super-hot as the hero and heroine!

Finn McLain came to Miami
to investigate boutique manager Roland Green and thought it would be a quick job. But when the owner of the boutique, Olivia Hammond, asks him to photograph her for an art exhibition, he's intrigued. Finn's convinced that Olivia's keeping something from him, and he's intent on getting beneath her shell.

Olivia has never wanted any man the way she wants Finn, and she's tempted to let him. But first they have
to deal with the fact that Finn's simple look into Roland's life is getting complicated ... and dangerous. Not to mention that Olivia isn't the only person in town who's not what she claims to be. (BRAVA, Dec., 320 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Kristen Foley

Publisher: BRAVA

Published: December 2008

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