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Malice, Mischief & Men (7 authors, 7 shades of Romantic Suspense) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 4969 KB
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Amentino Publishing (December 13, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 13, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FWWC446
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Jeanie Jackson on October 29, 2013
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I checked out this collection because it included several authors that I love and all the stories sounded fantastic. With a TBR pile of over 100 books, I had to dive into MMM7 immediately.

I started with Undercover Secrets because Sally Berneathy is one of the authors that I already enjoy. It will come as no surprise to fan of Sally Berneathy to hear that it was excellent!

Allison is a 30 something investigative news reporter following a tough divorce who badly needs a strong story to help her make it in the business. The death of homeless people may be her ticket to a job as an news anchor, so to further her investigation, she starts spending time around a homeless shelter. There she meets a supposedly indigent man who does not fit with the others and her curiosity is peaked; could he be the killer, is he really just down on his luck, or is there a whole other story? She makes it her job to find out while keeping an eye and ear out for imformation that could lead to the killer if it is not Bill. So, she is fighting not just for her job and to keep custody of her daughter, now she has to fight her interest in this man that she knows is not a bum, and she doubts that he is a killer, but she doesn't know who or what he is.

Wildfire by Mina Khan

The idea of dragons in modern day West Texas was a particular draw for me because I spent much of the best times of my youth in the area and to pair that country with dragons made it irresistible. To say this book did not disappoint would be such an understatement that it wouldn't even be fair to fellow readers. The characters, the pacing, the little details that make everything seem so real without overburdening the story, all drew me in, just as MK's first description did.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By jackie on October 27, 2013
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While I've only read one of these books, Island Getaway by Jenna Bennett, I know this will be a must read set. I've read all of Ms. Bennett's books, and several books by the other authors in the set. I bought the last set Ms. Charles put together, and they were wonderful. I enjoyed each one. Even if you don't love each book in the set, you're sure to like at least one. Besides, how often can you get 7 books for $0.99?
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 28, 2013
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Loving this set, so far! Berneathy's "Undercover Secrets", and Queen's "Between a Rock and a Mad Woman" are definitely 5-Star books!

Sally Berneathy has a knack for creating likeably annoying characters and pointed humor that will leave you shaking your head and snickering. Allison, doggedly determined to discover the "secrets" of a handyman bum, will quickly become one of your favorite annoyances. More, please!

Stephanie Queen shows a real talent for intrigue, with her contribution to the set. We DEFINITELY want to see more of these characters!

Andris Bear's "Angel Unborn" is next on my reading list. As an avid reader of 'ultimate conflict' (Good vs. Evil) fiction, I'm really looking forward to digging into this one. If Ms. Bear lives up to the quality of writing displayed by Ms's Berneathy & Queen, then this is bound to be an awesome tale!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Cindy O on December 15, 2013
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Breaking Free by Teresa Reasor: Lieutenant Adam "Hawk" is the commanding officer of a Navy SEAL unit. During their last mission one of his team mates Brett "Cutter" Weaver was badly injured and left to die. Hawk is also hurt rescuing him before the place is blown up.

Zoe Weaver and her mother are in California for Brett who is in a coma. Zoe was in an accident when she was 7 that almost severed her leg and has left her from the waist down severely scared. Hawk out of a sense of duty to protect his men and their family insist Zoe and her mom stay at his place. Right off the bat Zoe and Hawk are attracted to each other but they both have alot of baggage from their past that causes insecurities about getting involved in a relationship.

Though out this whole book Hawk has to deal with the fact that someone on his team hurt Brett and tries to find out who of his men could have done something like this. What he finds out is that more than one of his men has secrets and some are not good.

We as the reader get to find out each of the men's secrets and wonder which one could have done it. The author does tell us at the end who does it but we are left hanging with many loose threads. This is the first in the series and I hightly recommend it to anyone that loves military romances.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mysteryloverinphoenix on July 21, 2014
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The price was good for this so I thought I hadn't much to lose except my time.
The first book: Breaking Free. **** Stars. I had unknowingly already read this as part of another boxed set. This book was pretty good, Hawk and Zoe were pretty well developed characters and the romance and suspense of the storyline held a good balance. These were characters I cared about. I would read more from this author, Teresa Reasor.

Undercover Secrets: * Star. This was one of the worst stories I have read. Brad Malone is an undercover cop who is trying to find a killer in the homeless community by posing as a homeless person himself. Allison Prescott is a new local TV news reporter, divorced, raising a 12 year old daughter Megan, mostly by herself. She is struggling to make ends meet and is convinced she needs that big story so she won't lose her job and can better pay her bills and hire an attorney to defend herself from her ex-husband who has a new wife and who wants to take custody of Megan. She latches on to the mysterious homeless murders as that potential big break.

Brad: I liked Brad actually, he was the one somewhat redeeming character, although I his perception of Allison as a "princess" seemed unfounded and used to force more of a conflict between the two. Allison is just plain strange in my mind. And some of the references seemed dated like "going to cash a check" (who does that anymore?), looking in a phone book, and having a manual garage door. The other problem which was probably the most annoying for me was Megan. I have an 11 year old and absolutely NOTHING about this child rang true. Nothing.
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