Cover price: $7.99
There is a good amount of suspense, some action, and a touch of romance (it is Harlequin). Yet at the end it didn't match up to the original Bachelor's Blog book, Kiss Me if You Can. Overall it was an enjoyable, easy-to-read romance that just left a feeling of...well as I said, it was okay.
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Synopsis from back cover: "When hostage negotiator Rafe Mancuso takes a bullet to save Sara Rios, is former partner, his actions make him a bona fide hero-and New York City's newest most eligible bachelor. Then Rafe admits that Sara is much more than just another woman he's rescued. Suddenly, a firestorm of gossip turns him into exactly what he doesn't want to be: the Bachelor Blog's newest hot topic. His only solution is to leave town and get himself out of the spotlight...and sexy, jaded Sara out of his mind.
NYPD officer Sara Rios has Rafe to thank for saving her life, and Rafe to blame for the media chaos surrounding her. She wants to throw herself back into duty at full throttle, but until her injuries heal, she's on leave and in search of her rescuer. From the moment she finds Rafe and meets his large, boisterous family, she's hooked. But mutual attraction doesn't always mean happily-ever-after, and these two have a long way to go to find their fairy-tale ending..."