In her dazzling romantic suspense debut, USA Today bestselling author Suzanne Enoch brings us a thrilling tale about a thief who needs to prove she’s no murd. With this grin-on-your-face, hair-streaming-in-the-wind joyride of a novel, Enoch ( England’s Perfect Hero) takes a confident leap from historical. Playing With Fire Will Get A Girl burned The Palm Beach job should have been a slam dunk for thief extraordinaire Samantha Jellicoe: relieve a British.

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Think I’ll just stick to Eve and Roarke. The author is seasoned, and knows how to write an excellent romantic suspense novel. Something so identifiable as the scent of raspberries can be the downfall of a criminal.

February 16, Publication Date: But on this particular night, Richard Addison is mad as hell. This might wlth morbid, but I have half a mind to save the last two for my deathbed.

Before she knew what hit her, a flirtung goes off, a guard is killed, and Sam ends up saving millionaire Richard Addison. He was right about having the advantage here. Her writing is fast paced, easy to follow, and so hard to put down.

Flirting With Danger by Suzanne Enoch – FictionDB

Books by Suzanne Enoch. Though I’m pretty Rick wouldn’t get a kick outta that. I remember being firmly in the grips of historical romance and reading it exclusively, when this book came out. With Richard wanting answers and Sam needing to clear herself of a murder charge, this unlikely duo teams up in an investigation that goes from professional to personal faster enocch you can eanger “counterfeit Picasso. Samatha is a cat burgler, she meets her hero robbing his art collection, and just, wow, this series is insanely delightful.

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I did enjoy the detail of the break-in cat burglar stuff, the main character was a bit too much of being perfect and having every thing in the world drop in her lap perfectly.

I found this book impossible to put down. In the spoiler tag, I’m putting a really dirty line from the book because it cracked me up. I originally read this as a borrowed paperback, and once I found out there was a whole series involving these characters, I wanted to come back and start reading them in ebook form.

Not a difference to me. The plot was pretty intricate, with multiple thieves, murders and suspects.

And since all I have is your first name, you may as well call me Rick. Actually, getting something for nothing was precisely how she preferred to do business. Her goals are never be photographed and never be seen.

It was chick-lit enough to not be too focused on the “depth” of its characters’ feelings, but far from making them look superficial or stereotypical. That made me laugh out loud. But, anybody willing to forget about reality and let themselves go with Ms.


This does not do that, but the couple is together in good ways. The deference with which the Palm Beach police treated him was expected, given his status in the close-knit, elite community, but he would be a fool to rely on it for anything more than keeping the press away from his front door. A rich alpha male who has trouble keeping his fingers and thoughts to himself.

Flirting With Danger (Samantha Jellicoe, book 1) by Suzanne Enoch

But I do expect your help in return. Sam Jellicoe was the real revelation, though.

In fact overall,I would probably rate this a 4 Stars I hadn’t been so surprised by the characters. I applaud the author for not making it easy on Sam and Richard. But honestly this one’s starting to grown on me.

Flirting With Danger

I know you gave them a description of me, because I heard it on the news. Although, really, if you are under 18, you need to firting away from me and my potty-mouth. All in all, I liked the chemistry between Sam and Addison, even though I prefer heroines who are a little more vulnerable.

Still it was interesting enough to read the next book in the series.