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Kensington Books, 2004 - Fiction - 301 pages
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Renee Jardin never meant to become the world's most sought-after thief. But the minute she walks out of her biotech firm accidentally carrying "The Cure"--the most important scientific discovery of the century--she's on the run from ruthless bioengineers, cops, and the U.S. government. Desperate to lose her trackers, Renee lays a full-body kiss on the first gorgeous guy she sees...a kiss that she gets back with a toe-curling vengeance. N.S.A. agent Eric Axelrod never thought apprehending his suspect would be so easy, and so sinfully arousing...or that he would consider taking her into custody in the privacy of his own bedroom. Peter Random lost everything when he was outwitted by that good-goody Renee Jardin. Late in his rent, his job gone, Peter vows he'll never let anyone get close enough to burn him again. So why can't he seem to tell Lori Jamieson and her troubles to hit the road? It isn't just her hot bod and full lips--although those have a magic he can't deny. Something about this damsel in distress makes Peter want to wrap her in his strong arms and prove that a bad boy can be very, very good...especially when it's between the sheets. At the biotech firm, they call her Thea "I.Q." Foster--"I.Q." for either Intelligence Quotient or Ice Queen, depending. Slipping the Cure into Renee's tote bag was satisfying revenge, but now that the fun's over, Thea sets her sights on a new challenge: sarcastic, secretive Jimmy Scrye. Cracking open his hard shell would be a real game, but Jimmy's more than Thea's match. He's got a few ideas for turning the tables on the brainy scientist...sensual, erotic fantasy ideas that just might change those letters in her name to "Incredible," "Insatiable,"and "Quivering with delight."

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User Review  - askum - LibraryThing

This was another fun, sexy read by Ms. Davidson! She writes her books with some humor in them and the characters are amazing and some of them you wish you actually knew them. I definitely recommend this book. Read full review

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User Review  - Darla - LibraryThing

If I understand correctly, these 3 connected stories were the result of a contest on Lori Foster's website. They're light & funny, much more Davidson's Undead and... style than her Secrets style. Read full review



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MaryJanice Davidson is the New York Times bestselling author of the Undead novels featuring Betsy Taylor; Derik's Bane, and the young adult novels featuring Jennifer Scales, written with her husband, Anthony Alongi, among other titles.

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