Kiss and Tell Mass Market Paperback – 1 Mar 2009
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About the Author
After childhood plans to become the captain of a starship didn t pan out, Suzanne Brockmanntook her fascination with military history, her respect for the men and women who serve, her reverence for diversity, and her love of storytelling and explored brave new worlds as a"New York Times"bestselling romance author. Over the past twenty years, she has written more than fifty novels, including her award-winning Troubleshooters series about Navy SEAL heroes and the women and sometimes men who win their hearts. In addition to writing books, Suzanne Brockmann has co-produced a feature-length movie, the award-winning romantic comedy"The Perfect Wedding, "which she co-wrote with her husband, Ed Gaffney, and their son, Jason. She has also co-written a YA novel, set in the world of her paranormal Fighting Destiny series, with her daughter, Melanie. Find Suzanne Brockmannon Facebook, follow her on Twitter, and visit her website to find out more about upcoming releases and appearances."
Top Customer Reviews
It's the story of old adversaries Marsh and Leila who have known each since childhood and after a souldeep kiss at a masked new year party realise that they don't know each other at all. Both lives are turned upside down as they slowly discover each other.
It was a lovley book, really well written with a gentle pace that was just right.
There was no sex until the last few pages and that was well written, in context and appropriate for the development of characters and their relationship. I'm not sure which book the 'scottish lass' was reading but I don't think it was this one.
Well done SB. This is another keeper.