3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3 1/2 stars - It was an entertaining read and different,
This review is from: Master Of Passion (Mass Market Paperback)
From the back cover: Master of Passion by Jacqueline Baird
She had some explaining to do
In a show of true friendship, Parisa had agreed to help retrieve a folder of incriminating photographs. But when she found herself dressed like a cat burglar, ransacking an elegant Mayfair apartment, she suddenly had second thoughts. But by then it was too late.
Caught in the act, Parisa found herself facing the glittering eyes of the man blackmailing her best friend. Luc di Maggi was actually willing to bargain for the photos, for now he was in a position to demand what he'd been denied ten years ago. Luc wanted Parisa at his mercy--and in his bed.
My thoughts: Story was engrossing, entertaining and different. I'm used to reading those "old" Harlequin's, the 80's, so sometimes its nice to read the its nice to read some of the newer ones (90's) where it is a little fast paced and more back and forth dialogue, etc. I like the hero and heroine. The hero was arrogant, rich, and totally into the heroine which is what I like LOL, and the heroine was a spunky, adventurous girl. She gave as good as she got to the hero and didn't let him walk over her. I like that she has a backbone.