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  • Exciting, unpredictable and romantic

    I have read all of the books in this boxset, each of which is well written, highly entertaining, and a standalone. Teaching the Boss: This book was my introduction to Mallory Crowe and I immediately signed up for her newsletter. April, who is a part-time student and Luke's administrative assistant for 6 years, finds herself caught up in the twisted feud between Luke and his father Donald. I enjoyed the mix of wit and the tempo at which this book moved. Touching Jace: This is one of my favorite books by this author. It has wit, tension, suspense, romance, and all the ingredients for an enjoyable read. Emma is a naive academic, who has lived a sheltered life, but finds herself with unanswered questions when her sister Joslyn is arrested for murder. She decides on the direct approach and goes to New York to find answers. Jace is hired by Emma's cousins, with the request to keep her from finding the truth, and Jace finds himself caught between a rock and a hard place, especially when Emma is placed in the crosshairs of a killer. A thoroughly enjoyable read that kept me turning the pages late into the night. Ruthless: Colin is a complex person and not always honorable. I have a deep aversion to manipulation and lies, either as a recipient or seeing it happen to someone else. Consequently, I struggled to get into the book at first as Colin conducted an all-out campaign of lies and manipulation to force Jean into achieving his goals. I found that part of the book very uncomfortable and read it with one eye shut. Once we got over that, however, I really began to enjoy the book and the developing relationship between Colin and Jean, who is one of those people you can't help but love. As always Ms. Crowe's writing is well constructed and easy to read, with plenty of surprises. Cocky Thief: does not disappoint. I didn't think I would enjoy this book given that it was about professional thieves on their largest heist. However, as the story unfolds your sympathies are drawn to the characters and you want them to achieve their goal, especially considering the despicable characters they are pitted against. Austin and Jenifer are slick, sophisticated characters, but there is an underlying vulnerability that makes them very likable. Their connection grabs you from the start and despite their lifestyle, you just know that they will eventually become a match made in heaven. There are high drama and adventure, and the reader is kept glued to the pages all the way to the end.

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  • Four romances

    All four stories are good to read and enjoy....but of triller in each ...

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