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Playing James (edition 2004)
by Sarah Mason
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0345469550, Paperback)Rules? What rules?
Plucky beat reporter Holly Colshannon has a flair for the dramatic, a nose for trouble, and the remarkable ability to smile through any indignity—though her latest assignment is about to test her mettle. Newly “promoted” to crime reporter for the Bristol Gazette, she must shadow the unsmiling (though undeniably delicious) Detective James Sabine through his action-packed days, and then capture all the danger and thrills of a cop’s life in a daily column for the rag.
Well, on the bright side, she gets her own byline. On the down side, delectable James is hardly overjoyed to have her around. But soon her columns are a hit with readers who can’t get enough of her personal adventures riding shotgun with the sexy crime stopper.
Who ever expected law and order to be so romantic? Certainly Holly’s rugby-playing boyfriend and James’s super-gorgeous fiancée are enough to keep any sparks of electricity in check? In the end, though, love always evens the score. . . .
(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:50:18 -0400)
Budding reporter Holly Colshannon thought things couldn't get worse than covering pet funerals. But then her boss at the BRISTOL GAZETTE hands her the poisoned chalice of a crime correspondent...Detective James Sabine is not happy to discover he is to be shadowed by a reporter: in fact, he wants his fly-on-the-wall to buzz right off. Holly, though, is not a girl to go lightly, especially when she has a daily column to write and an ailing MG to support. However, while relations between press and police continue to plunge, the reading public are starting to suspect that there's no spark without a flame.
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