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QUINN'S WOMAN
by Susan Mallery

Genre: Series

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During a training exercise, self-defense instructor D.J. Monroe is shocked to find herself bested by Quinn Reynolds, formerly of the special forces. And while Quinn is sexy-as-sin, it's his combat techniques that cause D.J. to seek him out. After considerable bargaining, Quinn agrees to tutor her, but before long, hand-to-hand contact takes on a whole new meaning. Susan Mallery's QUINN'S WOMAN (4) is a wonderful study of contrasts, as gritty defense lessons play out against the tender moments of falling in love.

Reviewed By: Pamela Cohen

Publisher: Silhouette

Published: August 2003

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