White Heat

White Heat

Large Print - 2007
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New York Times bestselling author.

Doubleday and Rhapsody Book Club selection.

"For readers who like their romantic suspense adrenaline-rich and sizzling sexy." - Booklist.

"Adair's rise to the top of the romantic suspense field has been swift - and for good reason!" - Romantic Times Top Pick.

"A steamy fusion or romance and heart-stopping suspense." - Publishers Weekly.

When Emily Greene's mentor and father figure mysteriously dies, it's ruled a suicide. But his son, T-FLC agent Max Aries, believes otherwise. It seems the now-dead master of renaissance art restoration was involved in a dangerous web of intrigue - and his death could be just the beginning. Emily hasn't forgotten how Max blew into her life a year earlier, stole her heart, and vanished. Now, like it or not, she may have to rely on Max if she wants to stay alive. With explosive violence erupting across the continent, the pair will put their lives on the line in a race against time to stop an act of ultimate terror whose repercussions could rock the globe.

Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2007
ISBN: 9781602850729
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 398 pages (large print) ;,22 cm


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May 05, 2013

Max Aries and Emily Greene must work together to stop a terrorist group known as The Black Rose. Fighting their still smoldering attraction to each other, they race to unravel the clues to stop the terrorist cell while making up for their missed time apart. White Heat is a wild, exhilarating read and I highly recommend it for anyone who is a fan of Cherry Adair’s work.

Nov 02, 2011

not to bad. the book held my interest and kept me wanting to know who and what. can't wait for the next one.

Feb 28, 2011

Good book, although the editors seem to have been very lax. At one point, the book says that the bad guy leaves, then he's magically back again firing a gun at the main characters, then he disappears again. If this kind of thing really annoys you, you probably want to avoid this book, but if you can ignore that stuff or breeze past it, this book is worth reading. Lots of action, good characters, an ending that you want to get to.


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