Playing with Fire
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 1st 2006
Publisher: HQN Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Tales of an Extraordinary Girl (#1)
Main characters: Belle Brooks Rome Masters Why I added the book: I signed up for UTCs Gena Showalter challenge Thoughts: The book has the feel of an X-men movie mixed up with some James Bond, it was good :D. Gena has created a seemingly ditzy heroine and has paired her with the strong, silent type...
Belle Jamison has had a lot of jobs, she has difficulty finding a place in the world until after a guy rushes into the coffee house she works in and involves the place in a gun battle. When she returns to her drink she finds it a little sweet but finishes it anyway. Then she wakes up in her apartm...
I really enjoyed this story. Belle was intriguing, strong, charasmatic, tempermental, but loyal and loving. Rome was just MEOW (LOL), in soooo many ways from his first scene.Tanner was annoying but grew on you fast.Lexis even got better.I defiantly enjoyed this story, glad i read it
At the start of this book, I didn’t really like Belle that much. That worried me some, since she’s the main character, but she finally grew on me. I’ll admit that I didn’t really like Rome all that much at first either. I liked Belle better in the end, but Rome finally started to grow on me. My favo...
Belle Jamison is quite the heroine in this superhero-themed paranormal romance. She’s very ordinary, a working stiff like most of us. Sailing from menial job to menial job (keeping none very long), with good intentions. She wants to take care of her ailing dad who sacrificed so much for her. One ...
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