The Medusa Proposition / Risky Engagement: The Medusa Proposition / Risky Engagement (Mills & Boon Intrigue) (The Medusa Project, Book 7)

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HarperCollins Publishers, Jun 1, 2011 - Fiction - 432 pages
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Experience the thrill of life on the edge and set your adrenalin pumping! These gripping stories see heroic characters fight for survival and find love in the face of danger.
The Medusa Proposition

As a member of the all-female Medusa squad, Paige is assigned to be sexy billionaire Tom’s temporary bodyguard when a killer sets the tycoon in his sights. But beneath Tom’s expensive suits, he proves to be Paige’s equal under fire...and irresistible at close range.

Risky Engagement

Sexy Wolf needs medical researcher Nina to pose as his fiancée to help him bring down an international thief. Problem is, it’s a little too easy to be “engaged” to Nina. Wolf knows that in the end he’ll have to let her go for her own safety...but can he keep denying his heart?

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About the author (2011)

Raised on a horse farm in Michigan, Cindy Dees dropped out of high school at 15 to attend the University of Michigan where she earned a B.A. in Russian and East European Studies. She became a U.S. Air Force Pilot, worked at the White House, and was a part-time spy during her military career. Her first novel was published in 2002, and she has published over forty more since then with HRS and HQN. She is a 5-time RITA finalist and 2-time RITA winner and has won numerous other awards.

As an Air Force officer, Merline Lovelace served at bases all over the world. When she hung up her uniform for the last time, she decided to combine her love of adventure with a flare for storytelling. Since then, she’s produced more than 85 action-packed novels. Over eleven million copies of her works are in print in 30 countries. Named Oklahoma’s Writer of the Year and Female Veteran of the Year, Merline is also a recipient of Romance Writers of America’s prestigious Rita Award.

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