By Suzanne Enoch
In her marvelous romantic suspense debut, united states at the present time bestselling writer Suzanne Enoch brings us an exciting story a few thief who must end up she's no assassin and the millionaire who loves her. Samantha Jellicoe is a thief and pleased with it. Raised to understand the finer issues in existence, Sam has no difficulty divesting the rich in their treasures. This all replaced, despite the fact that, the evening she makes an attempt to thieve a worthwhile merchandise from a Palm seashore property. sooner than she knew what hit her, a bomb is going off, a shield is killed, and Sam finally ends up saving millionaire Richard Addison. She's a superb thief and may come clean with her jobs, but when a person thinks to tie her to homicide, they larger re-examine. On the other evening, having a 100 plus kilos of woman fling herself at you is an efficient factor. yet in this specific evening, Richard Addison is mad as hell. not just did he simply have his gallery blown up-with him approximately to go into it-but the lady who rescued him did not stick round to provide any motives. while the airborne dirt and dust settles, Rick is familiar with the single individual with solutions to his questions is the secret lady. And if she thinks she will cover from him, she greater re-examine.
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Castillo sighed. “Looks like a trip wire strung across the hallway, rigged like a grenade with shape charges. You pull out the wire, and pop. Quick setup, but professional—and very effective. ” Richard asked. ” “And a hell of a risk,” Richard continued more quietly. ” “Only if she gets caught. ” Richard straightened, dusting soot from his hands. “Castillo, I’ll leave you to work, but please keep me apprised of the investigation. ” While Danté hovered over the carnage like an anxious mother hen, Tom and Richard shut themselves in the secondﬂoor ofﬁce.
With a breath, Richard glanced toward the skylight again. The glass was thick, but not enough to stop a good listening device—or a bullet. So she had had the opportunity to kill him again and hadn’t taken it. Interesting. “That was my attorney. ” “Attorneys. My favorite people. ” she suggested, walking closer. She seemed coiled, ready to move in any direction, to react to whatever he might do. Richard found it oddly . . tantalizing. Most people played more defensively where he was involved. Miss Smith, it seemed, considered herself his match.
She raced into her bedroom, grabbed up the backpack she always kept under her bed, and hurried back into the living room. 95 per year, to the newsletter dedicated to following the private life and business practices of Richard Addison. She yanked the plug out of the wall, lifted the casing off the CPU, and pulled out every circuit board and wire that wasn’t soldered down. Shoving them into her pack, she kicked the crap out of the rest of the unit, then took another minute to make a check of the windows around the perimeter of the house.
Flirting With Danger by Suzanne Enoch