Book Reviews of Reckless Angel

Reckless Angel
Reckless Angel
Author: Maggie Shayne
ISBN-13: 9780373810697
ISBN-10: 0373810695
Publication Date: 8/1/2004
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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One of her older books, but very good and well werth the read.
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A very good story!!! I would recommend this book.
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Maggie Shayne's 1st published story, reprinted. A good story was originally in the Intimate Moments lineup.
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Could have used a bit more romance and a bit less action but an okay read.
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I've read this story many times. I love the author's story of a crime-story writer who researches her subject's get's caught up with an undercover FBI agent.
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Toni Del Rio specialized in turning real-life crime into bestselling fiction, and she was aware that danger came with the territory. This time, however, she was in over her head. While researching the New York underworld for her latest book, she'd witnessed a mob hit. Now a thug was pointing a gun at her in a shadowy alley, and she knew she was a goner...
Undercover FBI agent Nick Manelli wasn't about to kill anyone, but if he didn't hide the woman immediately, they would both be dead. So he brought her to the only haven he knew--his place.
Alone with Nick in close quarters, Toni couldn't help fantasizing about her rugged captor--and the desire, she soon discovered, was mutual...
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Toni del Rio specialized in turning real life crime into bestselling fiction and she was aware that danger came with the territory. This time, however, she was in over her head. While researching the New York underworld for her latest book, she'd witnessed a mob hit. Now a thug was pointing a gun at her in a shadowy alley, and she knew she was a goner...

Undercover FBI agent Nick Manelli wasn't about to kill anyone, but if he didn't hide the woman immediately, they would both be dead. So he brought her to the only haven he knew - his place.