Book Reviews of The Real Deal

The Real Deal
The Real Deal
Author: Fern Michaels
ISBN-13: 9780739445686
ISBN-10: 0739445685
Publication Date: 2004
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Pocket Books
Book Type: Hardcover
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Quinn Star has thrived since she quit the FBI, disgusted with the old-boy environment and devastated at the seeming betrayal by Puff, her boss and lover. Almost 10 years later, she has her own law practice, teaches, and is engaged to a judge. In fact, everything's perfect until Puff reappears to offer Quinn the job she always wanted, secret service agent at the White House. She hesitates because it will wreak havoc in her life but finally says yes. Quinn and a woman friend who also quit the FBI are to guard the First Lady, whom, it seems, is off her rocker and about to be committed. Quinn has her work cut out for her, but when she starts to see the same conspiracy afoot in the White House as the First Lady, she dedicates herself to protecting her and exposing secrets, not to mention dealing with her renewed feelings for Puff. Another fast-paced and engaging story from the prolific and entertaining Michaels.
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Another good Fern Michaels book. Is there an imposter standing in for the President?
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A really good read. Interesting story line. I even dreamed about it while I was reading it.
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Washington politics at its best with enough laughter to make it a great read.
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This one has everything: great plot, intriguing characters and twists and turns to keep you on the edge of your seat!
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FBI agent Quinn Star is assigned to protect the First Lady.
Suspecting a conspirary that places the President and First Lady in danger she moves the First Lady to S. Carolina. Are they really Safe?
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This is one of the best books I have ever read. I love the parts played in it and the characters are wonderful. It kept me on my feet the whole time
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Raised by her loving but eccentric aunt, former FBI agent Quinn Star risks her life in the Secret Service, protecting the First Lady of the US. Only she can safeguard her from the ruthless advisors intent on hiding the President for their political gain. She uncovers a conspiracy that places the President, his wife and the nation on the line. Her heartbreak from a thwarted affair with her boss makes her wary to trust to love again.
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good reading although the plot seems to linger in your mind as you
read. earl h. meldrim, ga.
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I really enjoyed this book. Had a hard time putting it down.
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"Raised by her loving but eccentric aunt, former FBI agent Quinn Star has always relied on herself - ho else could she have survived the Bureau's old boys network, or navigated the heartbreak of a thwarted affair with her boss? Now Quinn risks her life every day in the Secret Service, protecting the First Lady of the US." A good mystery with strong female lead and a good romance element.
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This is a large print book.
Is the president an imposter???? Agents are hired to guard the first lady and she believes that he is. Now she has to convince everyone else.... Very good read.
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wonderfull book great read funny at times injoy
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Washington politics!!! Could this really happen?
Mystery / Romance
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Fern Michaels delves into the FBI in this novel. Very well written.
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Former F.B.I. agent Quinn starr is now a agent of the Secret Service assigned to protecting the First Lady. She's prepared to use her body to keep her safe but how can she protect her from the advisors surrounding the President?
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Every thing by Fern Michaels is excellent!
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Very funny!
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GREAT READ! A MIX OF THRILLING TWIST!
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Great book!
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With her bestselling mix of thrilling twists and characters to cheer for, Fern Michaels delves inside Washington, D.C.'s hall of power--and into the heart of an independent woman driven by passion and bound by duty.
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Typical Fern Michaels!
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A wonderful Fern Michaels book!
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Quick, "romantic read. Typical Fern Michaels
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Former F.B.I. agent Quinn Star has always relied on herself---how else could she have survived the bureau's old boys network, or navigated the heartbreak of a twarted affair with her boss? Now Quinn risks her life every day in the secret service, protecting the First Lady of the United Ststes.
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Raised by her loving but eccentric aunt, former F.B.I. agent Quinn Star has always relied on herself -- how else could she have survived the Bureau's old boys network, or navigated the heartbreak of a thwarted affair with her boss? Now Quinn risks her life every day in the Secret Service, protecting the First Lady of the United States. Only she can't safeguard her from the ruthless advisors intent on hiding the President's debilitating illness for their political gain. Suspecting a conspiracy that places the fate of the President, his wife -- and the nation -- on the line, Quinn whisks the First Lady out of the capital to her South Carolina home. But nowhere is truly safe from whoever is pulling the strings in a lethal game designed to keep Quinn from uncovering the truth. And no one can tell Quinn if she should risk her heart when a lover emerges from the shadows of the past....
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A good fast read. Interesting plot concept.
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Good story.