Book Reviews of Double Exposure (Cooper's Corner, Bk 3) (Harlequin Temptation, No 881)

Double Exposure  (Cooper's Corner, Bk 3) (Harlequin Temptation, No 881)
Double Exposure - Cooper's Corner, Bk 3 - Harlequin Temptation, No 881
Author: Vicki Lewis Thompson
ISBN-13: 9780373259816
ISBN-10: 0373259816
Publication Date: 6/1/2002
Pages: 224
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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From the back cover:
It should have been simple. But when Kate Cooper offered to pick up Harry Armstrong, the best man at her sister's upcoming wedding, at the airport, she never dreamed what she was getting into. How could she have guessed that Harry was so irresistibly gorgeous. Or that the sex between them would be so absolutely incredible. Or that the man in her bed wasn't Harry...
Stuntman Hugh Armstrong wasn't aware that his flight coincided with his brother Harry's. And with the reception he received he didn't much care! Finding himself sinfully seduced by sexy spirited Kate was a rush like nothing he'd ever experienced! Before he knew it, Hugh was free-falling in love. Which wouldn't have been a bad thing--if only Hugh had been the man Kate thought he was...
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From amazon.com:
Stuntman Hugh Armstrong pursues his profession for the adrenaline rush. Leaping from flaming buildings, however, comes much easier than risking his heart. Consequently, when he and Kate Cooper just seem to click, Hugh welcomes the opportunity to turn a wedding into his own little weekend tryst. Unfortunately, he does not suspect that Kate's sensuous seduction is partially based on a case of mistaken identity.
With her twin rapped up in last minute wedding preparations, Kate promises to pick up best man Harry Armstrong on the airport. Her gift for photography makes picking him out of the crowd easily, but someone should have told her that he has an identical brother. It is not until after the fireworks lead them to bind blowing pleasure that Kate learns the man in her bed is not Harry. Her outrage is only matched by her mortification. Worse, she is not the type for a weekend fling and a Sunday afternoon goodbye.

Author Vicki Lewis Thompson delivers an outrageous read in DOUBLE EXPOSURE. Mixed identities, coincidence and heat lend DOUBLE EXPOSURE the plot twists that keep Thompson's fans begging for more. With a daring heroine seeking the hero of her dreams, and a hero who does not exactly meet her expectations, DOUBLE EXPOSURE reveals a memorable couple caught in the throws of passion. Further, Kate's gift for making every second count, her need for excitement, and passion for living make her an intriguing heroine. Hugh's persistence in running from a painful past to protect his heart builds deep sympathy in the reader. With a delightful cast of secondary characters, including a charmingly daring child who almost steals the scene, DOUBLE EXPOSURE satisfies. Very highly recommended.
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He was the best man...it should have been simple. But when Kate Cooper offered to pick up Harry Armstrong, the best man at her sister's upcoming wedding, at the airport, she never dreamed what she was getting into. How could she have guessed that Harry was so irresistivly gorgeous. Or that the sex between them would be so absolutely incredible. Or that the man in her bed wasn't Harry...

Stuntman Hugh Armstrong wasn't aware that his flight coincided with his brother Harry's. And with the reception he received, he didn't much care! Finding hemself sinfully seduced by sexy, spirited Kate was a rush like nothing he'd ever experienced! Before he knew it, Hugh was free-falling in love. Which wouldn't have been a bad thing-- if only Hugh had been the man Kate thought he was...