Book Reviews of Ms. Simon Says

Ms. Simon Says
Ms Simon Says
Author: Mary McBride
ISBN-13: 9780446613743
ISBN-10: 0446613746
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Warner Forever
Book Type: Paperback
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I really like Mary McBride's books and this one is no exception. Popular Chicago columnist and a handsome undercover cop. who could ask for anything more.
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Good thriller with romance
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Popular Chicago columinst Shelby Simon is too busy giving people advice to get a love life of her own...until a series of letter bombs blows widowed cop Mick Callahan into her office. Sent to shield Shelby from the deadly threats, Mick spirits her away to her family's secluded country home. Here, in a rustic paradise called Heart Lake, a cop couldn't find a better gig than playing bodyguard to an enticing endangered female. And a journalist could do worse than be trapped with a gorgeous alpha male who harbors tantalizing secrets. But danger is coming to Heart Lake. To survive, Mick will have to learn to trust, while take-charge Shelby will need to surrender herself-body and soul-to the one man who just might get Ms. Simon to say yes.
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fun summer read
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Great book, will read this author again!
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Enjoyable read!

Popular Chicago columnist Shelby Simon gets a series of letter bombs which blows gorgeous alpha male detective Mick Callahan into her office. To survive danger, Mick will have to learn to trust, while take-charge Selby will need to surrender herself-body and soul-to the one man who just might get Ms. Simon to say yes.
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McBride is a favorite of mine. great book