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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on March 18, 2012
Four interconnected stories make up this sizzling novel by Charity Parkerson. Do yourself a favor and light up a cigarette once you start, because you're definitely going to need one, or at the very least? Get a ice cold shower ready, because you are definitely going to need it!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on March 20, 2012
Danger Undercover by Charity Parkerson is a winding, suspenseful road through the lives of her characters, where no one is who or what they seem to be. As the book opens, readers meet Caitlin, a good woman in a bad situation, with a BFF from hell. As the story continues, Caitlin's journey takes her to the lives of the other characters, each with their own tale to tell. One by one, the mysterious layers of the story drop, to come full circle in Scotland...where an apparition is waiting. Or is he?

Parkerson's characters are good-hearted, romantic, sexy and funny as they strive to reach their goals and care for each other. Several premises in Danger Undercover will resonate with readers, as characters fall in love, get angry, face their challenges and find ways to move on. And come together. Parkerson's voice as an author is particularly strong, as she weaves the connections that join them, after allowing readers to see the surface of situations first. Fans will not be disappointed; nor, will new readers.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on June 20, 2012
This book takes a different angle to some of the other erotic / romantic fiction by Charity Parkerson. The book follows the stories of four interconnected men and women as they meet under very unusual circumstances, and fall in love. Each story is somehow connected with the U.S. Defense against Homeland Terrorism department and operatives, and in each case the characters find themselves facing dangerous circumstances, and fighting the odds to forge relationships.

The book is exciting in that it is not afraid to confront the realities of life, grief, pregnancy, the sense of betrayal. As with all of the books by this author there are some smoking hot erotic scenes, but this novella takes us further into the world of the characters, allowing us to see how their lives together develop, and how each relationship handles the pressure that arises from the unique situations they find themselves in. Another reviewer has stated that women may find this book more appealing than men, and to an extent I feel that this is the case. I do not believe however, that men should be put off from reading it! Indeed some may find themselves reaching for cooling fans and cold showers afterwards as well.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on November 6, 2010
This book is so good! I really enjoy the short stories and love that it is set locally.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on July 7, 2013
These stories of romance and relationships between unlikely couples were so beautiful to read. Charity has created very real characters in very real situations, who come together in a way that is quite powerful. In these stories, love conquers all and each story is intertwined with the next. My favourite is definitely "The Assassin" Lena and Dan crack me up and I love that they even make an appearance in some of Charity's other work.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 21, 2015
This book took a lot of turns. When I started it, I didn't remember that it was a boxed set, so the book changes threw me slightly. However, it all weaves together well into one, interconnected story. The sharp turns are part of the appeal. The characters are interesting and quite individual. The story is gripping. I enjoyed it a lot!

I'm looking forward to my next book by Charity Parkerson!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on August 18, 2013
This is a good boxed set. My favorite was the last book, seemed to be more of a thriller than the other three were. Though to get part of the fourth one you need to have read the other three. Would say the entire set is more of something a woman would go for than a man would. The sex is rather steamy in places, felt like I needed a cold shower every now and then.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on July 15, 2012
I downloaded this book ages ago but didn't get to reading it until today. I wasn't crazy about the cover - it didnt have to be so brash and overtly sexual, and that's probably why it took so long for me to get around to reading it.

The Assignment: The stories themselves were fun to read for the most part, with Caitlin, Jake, and Avery's story winning hands down. It was the most detailed, and had a couple of hankie-worthy situations, and really was a good foundation for the stories to follow.

The Agent: Caitlin was a tough act to follow, and I wasn't impressed with Autumn , who was a clueless and very insipid character. Of course, my heart remains staunchly in The Cate/Jake camp, so I was probably prejudiced going into it. I felt it was the weakest story because there didn't seem to be anything in her actions or personality that could attract the H in such a forever way to her. Indeed, there wasn't anything very gutsy or spunky about her. Just sayin.

The Assassin: it should have had a bit more meat in it's telling, especially Dan's journey on moving on from his loss and finding a woman that was more than candy-floss eccentric (does that make sense?), to be a proper h to his H.

The Informant: OMG, this was the creepy story for me, Stockholm Syndrome much? At the same time, it was runner-up favorite of the bunch, due to its poignant emotiveness. especially the chapter sub-headings which were just too too romantic! Creepy, but romantic...

Going to wait impatiently for further works from author, as her HEAs don't leave matters hanging in the wind in the end, and I'm a closet pushover for that kind of ending. Four and 1/2 stars!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 26, 2011
Charity has done it again. She puts together stories of different but always interconnected people who find true love through very difficult circumstances. Every one of her books I have read have kept your interest from the moment you pick it up. There is a bit of graphic violence and sexual content in her books, but it is not overwhelming and not over done or out of place. She paints her characters where you feel you could know and be friends with any of them.

Her books are all great entertainment and guaranteed to please.
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Okay time for honesty here... I chose to read Charity Parkerson's Danger from Within not because the cover drew me in. It actually made me a bit hesitant but after reading Parkerson's Society of Sinners and Wicked Sinners I could resist the temptation.

As with her other books Parkerson has a way of demanding all you attention and pull you into the world she has created. She has the ability of interlocking her characters in the stories that flows smoothly and doesn't leave questioning how the characters are connected. She weaves her story in a way that she has a little something for everyone, action, romance, danger suspense and passion.

Her characters are fully developed and gave moments where I could feel their pain and the next double over in laughter. I would most defiantly recommend that anyone who enjoys an escape from reality with a hint of realism and a dose of vivid sexuality that doesn't detour from the suspense and keeps you guessing until the end read this. Also if you have enjoyed her works by Parkerson, this is a must read as Parkerson continues to grow and nurture her writing talents.
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