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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin (January 1, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373835973
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373835973
  • Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 4.2 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,679,949 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Her story is fun and intriguing.
Pamela
I don't want to go too much into detail since it's a short story but, I will tell you that you will love this book and you will most likely love Mia and Jack!!!
Becktobe
I also thought that this book was very well written and true to life in a sense.
Nadine Cummington

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 31, 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
The first two stories by Anne Stuart and Cherry Adair were fantastic. They both did a great job of painting a rich picture of love and passion, which is difficult to do in a short story. This is also where the third story fell short; the passion barely reached luke warm and the love popped out of nowhere and wasn't believeable at all. I still gave the book 5 stars because the first two stories were so darn good! And that is rare for an anthology!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Elaine Smith on February 24, 2004
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I read a lot of this writer's books and have enjoyed each of them. Adair (Stuart) and (Jensen) are 3 terrific writers who the reader can count on to deliver time and again.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Deborah MacGillivray HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on June 12, 2004
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Anne Stuart can do more with 120 pages than any writer I know. She proves this time and again. Why she is not THE top writer in Romance today is hard to fathom. Frankly, I attribute it to shortsightedness of her publisher, since some of her powerhouse backlist titles like Moonrise, Nightfall, Ritual Sins, To Love a Dark Lord and about a dozen others are not kept in constant reprint. That hurts a writer and it's just plain bad judgment from the publisher. She is the Resident Genius of dark and deadly bad boys you cannot resist. And she does it again in the anthology, with a lighter more romantic touch in her short story Blind Date From Hell. Don't we all think blind dates are from there? Well, Stuart takes the premise and has fun with it. Gideon Hyde has existed in Hell for so long he cannot recall why he was sent there in the first place. He is relatively sure it was likely a jealous husband who removed him from his earthly existence, but he cannot recall who, what or where and frankly, he doesn't care. He is tired and bored with the endless existence, but Ralph - one of Satan's devils - is determined to shake Gideon out of his boredom. He is sent back to earth to seduce one Sam - Samantha actually - a gorgeous, legged professional model that stubborn has held on to her virginity. It's a fun tale that reaches into your heart and won't let you go. Gideon is another of Stuart's male who will haunt you long after you put the book down.
Proving she is now powder puff girl, Cherry Adair gives you a red-hot sexy tale with "Dance With the Devil. This time, its spy vs. spy romance. Mia Rossi loved her spy partner Jack Ryan, but the International Playboy was not willing to commit. So, she quits her job, leaves Jack and says she is going to be married by Summer.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Victoria Devlin on June 16, 2004
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I picked this up because of Anne Stuart and SO GLAD I DID. This is a more romantic, whimsical side of Stuart the Queen of the Bad Boys. Those this bad boy is centuries bad, he has become rather jaded and it takes a trip to earth to make him care. It's Stuart as we BEST. This story alone is the price of the book!
I have not ready Cherry Adair, but shall after reading this story. This blind date was such a fun read. I really lover her characters and the whole story was such fun, so sexy. Off to buy her back list!
The last story by Jensen is good, but not in the league with these first two. First off, the premise is blind dates. Her story is NOT a blind date. The premise is contrives, but I went with that. But it's not a date, they go in an plane write to keep her out of the way. She thinks she is on a trip to pick up special linens. Why have them in a plane? Why have the go pick up linens. The premise is so thin. Secondly, the attraction between the leads had promise, but it's such not developed correctly. Jensen is a talented writer and the story is good, but not great like the first two and hurt by it not fitting the premise of a blind date.
Jensen's a 4 start, I give it a 5 because of the strength of Stuart's and Adair's brilliance.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Leeanne Grant on June 17, 2004
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OH>>>>I love Gideon. I am fan of Stuart and love Into the Fire, Ritual Sins and I just finished Moonrise (WOW!), but Gideon is a more world weary soul. The same old rogue male, but slightly tired of existence especially if it means hurting a gentle, young woman. SIGH...my heart belongs to Gideon.
Adair is one steaming blind date. Mom from hell sets up daughter with her ex-lover, the man she has been trying to forget about. It's red shoes sexy, and of so romance. If I cannot have Gideon, I will happily settle for Jack.
Third one by Jensen? HUN? it's not a blind date story at all.
And undercover cop and his boss who is unaware he is a cop crash land in his small plane. That is NOT a date and there was NOTHING Blind about it. She knew she was going up with him, so how they picked this tale to go with the other two puzzles me. It's very well written, through is hurt by being with the amazing Stuart and Adair.
For anthology, this is one of the best! Stuart and Adair are just heart stealer!
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 25, 2004
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I thoroughly enjoyed Adair and Jensen's stories; however, I found Anne Stuart's story, "Blind Date From Hell," more than a little lacking. Her female protagonist, Samantha, was extremely unlikeable. Not only was she egotistical (oh, my beauty is such a curse!), she was also petty, childish and surly. I also found the dialogue and description choppy. Her male protagonist redeemed the story somewhat, but overall, it was colored by Samantha's assumptions that all men just wanted to get into her pants, and her assertions that it was hard to be so beautiful, but it was a curse that she would bravely have to bear, and hopefully she would be able to leave that tough life behind her (yes, I am being sarcastic). I would highly recommend Adair and Jensen's stories - they are both excellent; however, I would hesitate to recommend Stuart's.
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