The Particulars: Harlequin Intrigue #933, 2006, Out of Print, Part of multi-author series
As a Confidential agent, Isabelle Rush's assignment included tracking down and rescuing a kidnapped heiress in South America - not encouraging the attention of her infuriatingly gorgeous and highly skilled partner, Rafe Montoya. Between the stray bullets surrounding them and the local cops arresting them, remaining focused was key to their survival.Is It In Wendy's TBR?: Nope.
But time was running out and their high-stakes mission was putting Isabelle's undercover training to the ultimate test. Now, she would do all she could not to fall prey to an elusive enemy or to Rafe's playboy charms.
Any Reviews?: RT gave this one 4 Stars:
"Dana Marton has her finger on the pulse of danger and intrigueOther than that? I got nothing. Not even Amazon customer reviews.
as this Bridal Op (4) takes an edgy and dangerous turn in a fast-paced race to rescue an innocent woman and escape with their lives."
Anything Else?: I'll be honest, I decided to highlight this one because the cover is just off-the-charts wacky. If you blow up the image, these "models" look like giant, plastic Barbie dolls. The hero is, I'm convinced, some sort of statue - and I could crack a multitude of dirty, inappropriate jokes about the heroine's mouth being wide open when she's on the cusp of enjoying her wedding night.
Speaking of the wedding night - talk about a buzz kill! "Darling, my desire for you knows no bounds. Let me show you how much I love you by carrying you over the threshold to a crime scene!" Yeah, yikes. Honey, if that doesn't tip you off that he just might not be Mr. Perfect, nothing will.
Also, Rafe Montoya? I mean, really? Really?
On a final note, Marton has written a slew of books for Harlequin Intrigue and was nominated for a RITA for 2008's Tall, Dark and Lethal. She's also busy as all-get-out. October's release, The Spy Who Saved Christmas, is book #4 to be released in 2010 alone. Wowzers.