Review: Deadly Contact by Lara Lacombe

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Title:     Deadly Contact
Author: Lara Lacombe
Genre:  Romantic Suspense
Edition: Kindle
Publisher: Harlequin
Pages:     283
Publication date:  November 2013
Reasons for reading: I love romance and got this Kindle from Nana Prah as a gift
 

Blurb

In one passionate night Special Agent James Reynolds and scientist Kelly Jarvis went from friends to lovers. Then Kelly walked away with only an apology. Now James is charged with solving a bio-terrorist attack—and Dr. Jarvis works at the suspected lab.

Is Kelly an accomplice or a victim? Just what are her secrets that drove her from James’s bed? Soon one thing becomes clear: The ghosts of her past has nothing on the terrorists targeting her and Washington, D.C. Another threat bathes the city in red alert, and now there are lives at stake, in addition to hearts….

My Thoughts

What has science got to do with romance?…

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2 Responses to Review: Deadly Contact by Lara Lacombe

  1. Thanks for the reblog 🙂

  2. It was cool and I visited some of your poetry links yesterday, you have a super community

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