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    Ryan's Rescue by Karen Leabo (see her website)

    Silhouette Intimate Moments, January 1998

    Ryan Mulvaney might have rescued Christine Greenlow, but that doesn't mean he has to believe her ridiculous story about being kidnapped by environmental terrorists. Especially since the police and her Senator father don't believe it either. What he does see is an opportunity for the story of his life. "Christine Greenlow on a plate" is how he puts it. Only something about Christine gets under his skin and stays there.

    Maybe no one believes Christine, but she knows she's right and one of the kidnappers is still after her. Together, she and Ryan fight to stay alive and to control the desire that flows between them. But win or lose, Christine knows that she's lost her love to a man who sold her story, and sold out her father's career, to the highest bidder.

    Once again, Karen Leabo (see more reviews of novels by Leabo. See also reviews of novels by Karen Leabo writing as Kara Lennox) tells an exciting and emotional story. The sexual tension sizzles as danger forces Christine and Ryan together to stay. An occasional glimpse of Karen's wry humor provides just enough relief for the reader to take a breath and then plunge back into this exciting story. Karen is a story teller and she's got a winner in Ryan's Rescue (Silhouette Intimate Moments, January #832).

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