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Okay, it's certainly an unconventional way for Manhattan heiress Tate Baxter to conquer her fears. But when your whole life takes place behind the tinted windows of a limo and your household staff are all gun-toting ex-CIA, drastic measures have to be taken. Especially when one member of that staff has got her all hot and bothered.

Chauffeur Michael Caulfield has just one assignment keeping Tate safe. But when she's kidnapped for real, the only way he can save her is to become a prisoner with her. He may be just "the help," but as her take-charge protector, he's the Michael of her sexual fantasies. Maybe a man she can trust and even dare to love? Except once out of his uniform, he isn't exactly laying bare all his secrets…to Tate.


Published: Harlequin Blaze an imprint of Harlequin on Sep 1, 2007
ISBN: 9781426805240
List price: $3.99
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I like Jo Leigh. I think that she has good ideas and can write well. However, I really don't think that this book lives up to her usual standard. Although the premise is definitely interesting - an heiress who is terrified of being kidnapped lines up a "fake" kidnapping that turns out to be real - the book really didn't feel like it was going anywhere and seemed to lag for much of it. The relationship between Tate and Michael was interesting, but it felt relatively shallow for me, like the readers didn't really get a chance to connect with them. It's still a good read, but it's not as good as some of Jo Leigh's other books.read more
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I like Jo Leigh. I think that she has good ideas and can write well. However, I really don't think that this book lives up to her usual standard. Although the premise is definitely interesting - an heiress who is terrified of being kidnapped lines up a "fake" kidnapping that turns out to be real - the book really didn't feel like it was going anywhere and seemed to lag for much of it. The relationship between Tate and Michael was interesting, but it felt relatively shallow for me, like the readers didn't really get a chance to connect with them. It's still a good read, but it's not as good as some of Jo Leigh's other books.
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