Hide and Seek
A steamy, heart-stopping thrill ride through the jungle as a woman living a lie is forced to trust the one man who can expose her secrets. . . .Posing as the spoiled girlfriend of an international crimelord, Delanie Eastman braves a remote mountain in South America to find her missing sister. The... show more
A steamy, heart-stopping thrill ride through the jungle as a woman living a lie is forced to trust the one man who can expose her secrets. . . .Posing as the spoiled girlfriend of an international crimelord, Delanie Eastman braves a remote mountain in South America to find her missing sister. The last person she expects to see is Kyle Wright, the man she had a torrid affair with four years ago. What is he doing so far from home? Though frightened and suspicious of this man who is not what he seems, Delanie cannot resist the dangerous attraction that draws her ever closer to him like a moth to flame.Kyle is in the middle of his own secret mission and he’s not about to let the gorgeous, unpredictable Delanie ruin his carefully laid plans. He will guide Delanie out of the jungle by any means necessary–including seduction. But just one touch is all it takes to rekindle the intoxicating flame that still burns between them, igniting an arsenal of desire that could cost them their lives. For soon both are on the run, playing a lethal game of . . .HIDE AND SEEK
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 2nd 2001
Publisher: Ivy Books
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Romantic Suspense
Series: T-FLAC (#3)
Hero: Kyle Wright (brother of Marnie Wright from book 2 [b:Kiss and Tell|382415|Kiss and Tell (T-FLAC, #2)|Cherry Adair|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1327941045s/382415.jpg|372188])Heroine: Delanie EastmanLooking back the thing that stands out the most for me in this book was Delanie's palpable terro...
Who thought it would be a good idea to take a decent book cover and copy+paste a horse's tail to the back of that poor man's head? Seriously, that's a horrible MSPaint job.
Oh my. I liked Adair's "Kiss and Tell" even though it was an absurd premise. But this follow-up is so outlandish it almost seems as if the author was picking plot points out of a hat full of suggestions. Mostly, I hated the heroine. TSTL and selfish as the day is long. A lot is made of her taki...
Yet another theme where there are protective siblings. I relate better to this one because I am the oldest who has to protect my two younger sisters. I wonder how people can get into to so much trouble and then their family has to step in to help save them. This was a face read and I'm addicted t...