In her dazzling romantic suspense debut, USA Today bestselling author Suzanne Enoch brings us a thrilling tale about a thief who needs to prove she’s no murd. With this grin-on-your-face, hair-streaming-in-the-wind joyride of a novel, Enoch ( England’s Perfect Hero) takes a confident leap from historical. Playing With Fire Will Get A Girl burned The Palm Beach job should have been a slam dunk for thief extraordinaire Samantha Jellicoe: relieve a British.
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But, apparently a cat burglar is more glamorous. The situation turns deadly when Sam spots a trip wire and crashes into Richard Addison, saving him from a bomb explosion. I feel like the author is a good writer and I was compelled to buy the second book in the series to check it out, but it was a little light for my tastes, more chick-lit than I usually read, but still enjoyable.
I think the key is that Suzanne Enoch isn’t trying too hard to enocn “heavy” just because she’s in the present. Re-reading the series again in preparation for the new installment. Jun 27, Samantha rated it did not like it Shelves: This all changed, however, the night she attempts to steal a valuable item from a Palm Beach estate. Enoch’s HRs and kind of added this one out of pure curiosity a while ago and just decided to pick this one out of the blue yesterday since nothing else on my TBR sounded interesting at that particular moment.
Flirting With Danger (Samantha Jellicoe, #1) by Suzanne Enoch
Quotes from Flirting with Danger. Long shoulder length hair. His daughter was riding in a limousine with an attorney and one of ench wealthiest men in the world. Sam Jellicoe was the real revelation, though.
Rereading an old series because Barefoot in the Dark was just published. Flirting With Danger Samantha Jellicoe: Samatha is a cat burgler, she meets her hero robbing his art collection, and just, wow, this series is insanely delightful. She’s what I would be like if I could pick my personality traits.
Flirting With Danger
There are another two books it the series I think that I want to read. I was surprised this time too! On any other night, having a one hundred plus pounds of female fling herself at you is a good thing. Wealthy, self-assured and with the right touch of troubled. Throughout the entire book the tension was high, and there were enough twists and turns that kept me guessing and flipping pages, again after so many years.
She’s the burglar who save his life and then they have to work together to figure out who and why. As a couple, I like them, but I can’t imagine them not having at least one break-up in the future. Samantha Jellicoe 5 books.
An accent from Europe. That, she needed to find out.
Dec 08, TJ rated it really liked it. I found him to be charming, and even though she was a runner, she acted pretty maturely and didn’t do a bunch of stupid things that always seem to happen in books like this.
It would be something to look forward to. Raised to appreciate the finer things in life, Sam has no trouble divesting the wealthy of their treasures.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Books of the Week. This might sound morbid, but I have half a mind to save the last two for my deathbed. To ask other readers questions about Flirting With Dangerplease sign up. Robb, you’ll notice that Suzanne Enoch’s characterization of the male protagonist is like a rip-off, cheap version of Roarke dajger main male protagonist in Robb’s novels.
See 1 question about Flirting With Danger…. Enjoyable light romantic mystery caper. Even though she was robbing his house. The romance dangerr heavy in this one while the crime side rather light, oh still clirting dead bodies in this too but not too grim like in Eve’s cases. She currently resides in Encoh, California with several hundred guppies and various other tropical fish, and handful of very loud, spinach-loving finches.
If you’ve ever read any of the In Death series books by J. I mean, they just steal stuff, right?