BOSS, Inc. #1
On Sale: January 26, 2016
Featuring: Valentine Hart; Ethan Brodie
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A bodyguard, a bounty hunter, a P.I.--the men of Brodie
Operations Security Service, Inc. are down for the job. . .
Sinners, whores, and sluts beware--your time is at hand: a
faceless menace is threatening lingerie models on a cross
country tour, and Ethan Brodie is there to defend and protect.
Ethan's learned the hard way that beauty is no substitute
for character. So even though Valentine Hart is one of the
most breathtaking women he's ever seen, he's keeping his
hands off and his eyes open. Or that's what he tells himself.
Then one of the models is murdered, and the closer Ethan
gets to the answers, the closer he finds himself to
Valentine--and the hotter the pressure feels. There's more
to Val--more to the other girls--than he could have guessed.
But one is keeping a secret that could kill them all.
21 comments posted.
Re: Into the Fury
Really enjoyed this interview. Delighted in hearing how Kat met her
husband. This book, of course, is on my list for sure! Thanks!
(Kathleen Bylsma 2:09pm January 26, 2016)
Singin in the rain
(Marissa Yip-Young 7:28am February 10, 2016)
gone with the wind.
(Angela Parrish 9:54am February 10, 2016)
the great gatsby
(Lily Shah 10:07am February 10, 2016)
Gone With The Wind
(Colleen Conklin 12:10pm February 10, 2016)
(Sharon Berger 5:48pm February 10, 2016)
(Lisa L. 8:41pm February 10, 2016)
Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
(G. Bisbjerg 9:28pm February 10, 2016)
My favorite classic movie is The Sting with Robert Redford
and Paul Newman. Because of the twist, the first time
watching it was the best.
(Terrill Rosado 10:13pm February 10, 2016)
I love both your classical romance novels and contemporary
ones. For "classic" movies, that would have to be My Fair
Lady,and The Sound of Music. I think My Fair Lady would be
a good plot for your next historical romance novel. ;)
(Joy Johnson 1:36pm February 11, 2016)
Robin Hood. My Fair Lady also. For your next historical
(Jk Vaid 1:40pm February 11, 2016)
The Scarlett Pimpernel :)
(Mina Gerhart 3:30pm February 11, 2016)
It would be a musical, "Sound of Music". There are a lot of others
that are close.
(Nancy Luebke 4:56pm February 11, 2016)
The "Sound of Music" . I have watched it over and over . Love it .
(Joan Thrasher 7:34pm February 11, 2016)
Pride and Prejudice the PBS version and Ladyhawke.
(Gwenn Ostman 2:38pm February 12, 2016)
Rebell without a case.
(Emily Stemp 7:23pm February 12, 2016)
Rear Window with Jimmy Stewart
(Diane Sallans 6:42pm February 13, 2016)
One of all time favorites is Wizard of Oz. I remember checking it out of the school library at 8 years old over and over, (because it took so long to read)until I finished it. It was so wonderful as a child to be taken away to that magical place of wonder and excitement!
(Debbie Northcutt 2:13pm February 14, 2016)
I have many. Steel Magnolias is the first one that comes to mind! I enjoyed the book, Gone with the Wind more than the movie. Mostly I do enjoy the books better. Hmmmmm...interesting question.
(Amy Morgan 4:34pm February 14, 2016)
Musical-Singing in the Rain
Action/Adventure-Captain Blood and Raiders of the Lost
Sci-Fiction-Star Wars (the 3 old ones, and the 2nd Star
I love old movies, and suggest everyone see Sullivan's
Travels if you haven't.
(Anita Miller 5:42pm February 14, 2016)
An Affair to Remember is my favorite classic movie.
(Kelly Powell 5:43pm February 14, 2016)
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