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Title:
The secret life of Bryan
Author:
Foster, Lori.
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Publication Information:
New York : Brava/Kensington, [2004]

©2004
Physical Description:
298 pages : 21 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780758203380
Format :
Book

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Jaded bounty hunter Bryan Kelly is after a woman unlike any he's met - and what she does to his senses is criminal. This title is from the author of 'Too Much Temptation', 'Say No To Joe?' and 'Unexpected'.


Author Notes

Lori L. Foster is a best-selling American writer of over 70 romance novels as Lori Foster. She also writes Urban Fantasy novels using using her first and middle initials, L.L. Foster. Her series called Ultimate, which is written under the Lori Foster name, has a book (No LImits) which was listed on the New York Times bestseller list in 2014.

(Bowker Author Biography)


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Booklist Review

When bounty hunter Bryan's twin brother, Bruce, gets roughed up, Bryan's determined to take his place until he can find out who's responsible. The problem is, Bruce is a preacher who ministers to prostitutes. Once he begins the masquerade, Bryan finds that the only thing he hates as much as pimps are the rich snooty society women who give money to programs that help the soiled doves. Wealthy philanthropist Shay Sommers is an exception: she actually works in the shelter she funds. One night she finds herself in trouble, and Bryan comes to the rescue. He thinks she's a lady of the night, and she thinks he's a preacher, albeit rather foul mouthed. They are drawn to each other, but must keep up their charades. Fans of Foster's sexy romantic comedies, including Unexpected BKL S 15 03, may be surprised by this dark romantic suspense's gritty realism, while fans of tales about street preachers, such asathryn Shay's Trust in Me (2003) and Emilie Richards' Dragonslayer (1993), will find much to like here, too. --Shelley Mosley Copyright 2004 Booklist