Book Reviews of Seattle After Midnight (Harlequin Superromance, No 1240)

Seattle After Midnight (Harlequin Superromance, No 1240)
Seattle After Midnight - Harlequin Superromance, No 1240
Author: C. J. Carmichael
ISBN-13: 9780373712403
ISBN-10: 0373712405
Publication Date: 11/1/2004
Pages: 304
Rating:
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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A dozen roses...then you'll be mine

Georgia Lamont, host of a late-night radio show in Seattle, is used to secret admirers. Her sultry voice gets lonely hearts through the night - especially during the holiday season. But this note - stuck to a single rose - has her spooked. Then you'll be mine. Georgia doesn't like the sound of that.

And neither does a private investigator Pierce Harding, one of Georgia's fans. When she asks for his help, Pierce is amazed by his reaction to Georgia, who is more homespun innocent than sexy vixen. He's always been all business and kept his eotions under control, but as the letters get more threatening, Pierce has trouble maintaining his distance. His head is telling him to treat Georgia like a client. His heart is telling him something else...
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back cover:

A dozen roses... then you'll be mine.

Georgia Lamont, host of a late-night radio show in Seattle, is used to secret admirers. Her sultry voice gets lonely hearts through the night - especially during the holiday season. But this note - stuck to a single rose - has her spooked. Then you'll be mine. Georgia doesn't like the sound of that.

And neither does private investigator Pierce Harding, one of Georgia's fans. When she asks for his help, Pierce is amazed by his reaction to Georgia, who is more homespun innocent than sexy vixen. He's always been all business and kept his emotions under control, but as the letters get more threatening, Pierce has trouble maintaining his distance. His head is telling him to treat Georgia like a client. His heart is telling him something else....