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Eve's Wedding Knight: The Sisters Waskowitz (Silhouette Intimate Moments, 963) Mass Market Paperback – October 1, 1999
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Eve's Wedding Knight: The Sisters Waskowitz by Kathleen Creighton Silhouette Intimate Moments, 963 There goes the bride. All her life, Eve Waskowitz had imagined what her wedding day would be like, but jumping into a Dumpster, with train in hand and veil askew, to escape her prospective groom was not it. If she lived, there would be time enough to ponder her questionable taste in husbands now the question was, where could she go. Who would help her. Enter FBI Jake Redfield, whose surveillance vehicle just happened to be within Eve s reach and unlocked. He d been after Eve s former groom to be for years but one look at the disheveled, hysterical and utterly irresistible bride had Jake shifting his target somewhat. Was it too much to hope that he could get his man and his woman.
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The premise is unabashedly larger than life -- how many forty-something women do YOU know who overhear a conversation between her Las Vegas hotelier fiance and his "bodyguards" a half hour before her wedding, making her realize the sweet, attentive man who'd swept her off her feet is actually a cold, calculating crime boss? And then, how many of us are likely to find ourselves working undercover for the Feds. . .and falling in love with the taciturn agent whose sole mission, for more than five years, has been to bring this guy down? Yet, threaded throughout the fantasy elements are heartfelt, and realistic, sentiments about marriage and relationships -- and what it takes to make them work long after the first flare of infatuation burns out.
EVE'S WEDDING KNIGHT is a seamless blend of escapist fun and realism, of sweetness and high-voltage sexual tension, and easily earns my vote as one of the best romances I've read this year.