An Inconvenient Affair by Catherine Mann

Posted September 7th, 2012 by in Blog, Desire, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Review / 0 comments

An Inconvenient Affair by Catherine Mann



Published August 7th 2012 by Harlequin (first published August 1st 2012)

Book Info:

Hillary Wright has always been a magnet for Mr. Wrong. Her latest left her in trouble with the law, and to clear her name, she’s agreed to an undercover sting—as the “date” for infamous Troy Donavan. The notorious hacker is now a government good guy…and a sexy billionaire playboy. Troy has a reputation as the sort of man she’s vowed to avoid, and his secretiveness adds fuel to Hillary’s distrust. But with his kisses like molten sin, her fierce resistance is melting. And being sensible in the face of such overpowering desire is just not an option.


Espionage, passion, intrigue and romance these are all things I have learned to come to expect from the brilliant author Catherine Mann. And once again she has delivered.

She took two people one trying to simply clear her name and the other simply trying to put his life back together by being the good guy instead of the bad one. I loved the book from page one!

The author kept me on my toes at all times with little tit bits that were simply so tantalizing that stopping to take a break to rest the eyes was not a option. The book was well written, stunningly descriptive and so full of emotion that to say the book packed a punch would be a understatement.

I have read other Catherine Mann novels before about black ops and tough guys and when I received this one I was a little skeptic thinking a all out romance mmmmm well see, but I am delighted to say I was very pleasantly surprised to see the author do a brilliant job.

We all know that sometimes when a authors goes from one line of writing to a new one we can very easily be disappointed but not with CM you cannot go wrong !

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