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Risky Business (Avon Romance) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Dec 2002
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About the Author
Sometimes when you write a special book, the characters move into your heart and take up residence. This was the case with the cast of Hysterical Blondeness. I enjoyed my time with each and every one of them and I hope you do, too.
Peace, Suzanne Macpherson
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This book is very well written with a smooth style that flows easily from beginning to end. The editing, however, could use some work. (Probably the worst mistake was using the word "retched" instead of "wretched" when referring to scratchy sheets!) it was not bad enough to interrupt the story but it did get annoying sometimes. The dialogue was wonderful and the personalities of all the characters, both major and minor, were well-developed and three-dimensional. The imagery was very vivid and realistic. Altogether, I think this is a terrific book and I enjoyed reading it very much. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes humorous twists along with their love stories.
Tom figures this is one assignment he will enjoy, as Marla is beautiful. As he begins to hang around the model agency he begins to fall in love with his charge. Marla, who also secretly authors the popular Mike Mason mysteries that Tom enjoys, finds she also loves her protector even when he looks at the early AM starts like something the cat devoured before bringing home. However, will both of these individuals take the RISKY BUSINESS of forging a permanent relationship now that love is everywhere they go?
RISKY BUSINESS is an amusing contemporary romantic romp that skews stereotypes in the modeling industry leaving no prisoners. The lead couple is a delightful duo swimming in a pool of zany secondary characters that bring much of the humor to the tale. Though how the home office expected Tom to keep Marla safe is not clear, Suzanne Macpherson provides a droll comedy that will keep them laughing even as the audience will want more works as jocular as this one from this new author