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I'm not going to write a review. I'm sure someone out there has written one that's great. I'll just say that we've considered using Scout and Atticus as names for our kids - we love them so.
Very good book on 4th generation warfare, a lot of his ideas are proving to be true out here.
A Lot Like Love by Julie James Contemporary Romance – March 1st, 2011 4 stars This enjoyable read has more depth than many contemporary romances. The author slowly introduces the heroine and hero so the readers can appreciate their relationship. This was a solid and highly pleasurable read. Nick McCall is a dedicated FBI agent. He is looking forward to a vacation when he is suddenly pulled onto a ‘short’ case. A rich man named, Xander Eckart is suspected of laundering money for a high profile criminal. And the FBI wants him. The mission? They must infiltrate Eckart’s secure mansion at his annual wine tasting event. To get in the FBI decides to bribe Jordan Rhodes, an heiress and wine connoisseur, into bringing one of their agents posing as her date. There they plan for the agent to plant bugs in Eckart’s office and find the evidence they need. But this ‘simple’ mission goes haywire when the agent in charge gets the flu and Nick finds himself escorting Jordan instead. Adding to their complications, Eckart wants Jordan for his own! He decides on investigating Nick’s assumed identity to find ‘dirt’ on him. Which means they must continue their ‘pretend’ relationship. What could get worse? The author writes a quickly involving story. Both characters are deep and realistic. Although they both are attracted to each other their forced proximity makes for fun reading especially as they grow to appreciate each other. I liked how they just don’t hop into bed together. The pacing is a bit slow in the beginning since both main characters don’t spend as much time together. But the author uses this time wisely so the reader can really understand the hero and heroine. This is a contemporary romance with substance. Filled with real, refreshing and likeable characters readers will be entertained with this enjoyable novel. Reviewed by Steph from the Bookaholics Romance Book Club
This book is probably the best or at least one of the best books I have ever read - it's a real page turner and when I'd got into it it became so scary I wouldn't dare to read it in the dark or at night, unless there were people near by - at the risk of sounding like a 'girls blouse' this book was absolutely terrifying..