Tall, dark and eligible? That's all that matters to the women of Jacobsville when it comes to handsome and aloof FBI agent Jon Blackhawk. But if it were up to him, he would never settle down. Luckily, Jon has a gatekeeper: his efficient and reliable assistant, Joceline Perry. Without her help,... show more
Tall, dark and eligible? That's all that matters to the women of Jacobsville when it comes to handsome and aloof FBI agent Jon Blackhawk. But if it were up to him, he would never settle down. Luckily, Jon has a gatekeeper: his efficient and reliable assistant, Joceline Perry. Without her help, he'd be at the mercy of husband hunters—but the more he comes to rely on her, the more he notices how invaluable she really is.…While Joceline can't deny that her boss is attractive, as a single mother with responsibilities she's determined to be professional. But when Jon is accosted by a criminal seeking revenge, she comes to his aid—fueling the spark that is growing between them.As the danger to Jon's safety grows, Joceline stands by his side. But when the smoke clears, will the man who avoided love realize that all he ever needed was right there all along?
Publish date: July 26th 2011
Publisher: HQN Books
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
I'd like to start this review with one tiny comments on the book cover. What the hell does it have to do with the story???? Anyway, Jon Blackhawk has a been a favorite character in the Long, Tall, Texan series. And I loved that his Administrative Assistant Joceline and the snide comments that went ...
Let me first say to publishers out there, PLEASE start telling us readers when a book is part of a series. This book was not clearly not a stand alone novel. There were so many references to books that came before this one that it was hard to follow it at times. There were also too many character...
I've never read anything by Diana Palmer and I've been meaning to so when this book came up for review, I wanted to give it a go. It didn't take too long for me to read this book, it was easy to jump right in and that's exactly what I did.This book follows Jon Blackhawk as he finds himself falling f...
why do I keep doing this to myself...i mean, her books have gotten progressively worse...but I felt like I was back in the 50's with this one...not only did it have a dang secret baby theme...but a whole office of FBI agents treating a woman like crap because she had a child out of wedlock...in what...
This review is also published at http://thebookaholiccat.com The blurb describes pretty well what Merciless is about so let’s not add much to it. After hearing so many good things about Diana Palmer I was very exited to read this, my first book by her, sadly Merciless didn’t fulfill the big expectat...