Book Reviews of State Secrets (Silhouette Special Edition, No 277)

State Secrets (Silhouette Special Edition, No 277)
State Secrets - Silhouette Special Edition, No 277
Author: Linda Lael Miller
ISBN-13: 9780373092772
ISBN-10: 0373092776
Publication Date: 11/1/1985
Pages: 254
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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Very poorly written with unlikeable characters. The dialogue was mediocre at best. The love scenes were boring. Everything was redundant. I have no idea how the two characters fell in love with each other. Lust? Yes. Love? Nope.

Not Miller's best work. If this is your first book by her and you didn't like it, give her another try. I think some of her historic romances are more fun.
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STATE SECRETS....

Holly's Llewellyn's life was suddenly swept away in the current of controversy.

She was an honest, hardworking cookbook author. But her brother was a fugtive who left Holly w/ his young on, calling only to ask for money. And Holly's cousin was about to become the president of the United States. So she became the subject of national security.

Secret Service agent David Goddard had a plan--he would get to know Holly casually in order to satisfy the government's curiosity. It was strictly business.

But a man's curiosity about a woman can turn business into pleasure.
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STATE SECRETS....

Holly's life was suddenly swept away in the current of controversy.

She was an honest, hardworking cookbook author. But her brother was a fugtive who left Holly w/ his young on, calling only to ask for money. And Holly's cousin was about to become the president of the United States. So she became the subject of national security.

Secret Service agent David Goddard had a plan--he would get to know Holly casually in order to satisfy the government's curiosity. It was strictly business.

But a man's curiosity about a woman can turn business into pleasure.
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Quick read. Good story line. Hero & heroine wasn't as predictable but alls well.
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Not Linda's best but good for a rainy afternoon read.
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Love LL Miller. Prefer her longer books, but always enjoy her blend of romance and intrigue.
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You will love this one , well written.
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The story starts with a FBI agent named David being briefed on an assignment. What is the assignment? The future president has some unsavory relatives that need to be checked out. When the handsome David Goddard takes Holly Llewellyn's cooking class and moves into her and her nephew's life, she takes the usual precautions. She may be hiding the fact that one relative is about to be president and another is a fugitive, but she isn't denying it to herself, and that is why she is suspicious of everyone. Holly and her nephew find their lives turned upside down because of their popular relatives.