Book Reviews of The Cutting Edge

The Cutting Edge
The Cutting Edge
Author: Linda Howard
ISBN-13: 9781551660332
ISBN-10: 1551660334
Publication Date: 3/1/1995
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 67 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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I enjoyed the story of troubleshooter Brett Rutland being sent to find out who is embezzling Carter Engineering. His prime suspect was Tessa Conway, the firm's accountant. Inspite of his suspicions, he still fell for her and now he has to face the challenge of whether to turn her in or not and put away the woman he loves. Good easy read and hot romance.
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Original Silhouette Special Edition #260
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This is a re-release of an old book that was not that good in the first place.
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ealy Linda Howard. I usually prefer her early books to her later ones, but this one I didn't care for. I thought the female lead was a whiner.
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As always a good book from Linda Howard.
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This was a great book, did not find out till the end who did it.
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An early Linda Howard. Story of Brett Rutland who is sent to LA to find out who has been embezzling funds from the company he works for. He meets and falls quickly for bookkeeper Tessa Conway but she soon becomes his prime suspect. Pretty quick read but definitely dated!
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i liked this book. i read it a few years ago.
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This is still a fabulous Linda Howard book. Just bought the hardcover and undoubtedly will read it again and again.
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Brett was a hard man he had to be in his line of work. But not hard enough to resist Tessa his suspect. He did not expect to fall in love. Now on the day that Brett exposes the embezzler that love was to face the ultimate challenge..