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Rescue Me (Anthology 3-in-1) by Cherry Adair
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This is Mason "Masey" March's HEA story. Masey is the ultimate bad boy of the Durango Team. He doesn't handle authority well and that is why he is still Lieutenant. He is a pain in Admiral Hollaran's side. He is also after the Admiral's goddaughter Emerson Delaney. He knows that she is way out of his league but his heart is set on keeping her forever. Masey is a nerd and a Navy SEAL. He is big and strong and tough. He is also stubborn and loyal to a fault as we have seen in the previous books. He will do anything to protect those he sees as friends and family and that includes Emerson. I like Masey a lot.

Emerson has longed for a family and love all her life. Her parents never knew how to handle her when she was a child. Because of the distance her parents kept between them she has learn to live by herself and never accept love from anyone. Emerson is very intelligent and compassionate and thinks that Masey is just about perfect. She is afraid to take that step to winning him though.

This is a very nice story and it deals with getting rid of another of Sorrell's spies. While a story like this is never long enough. Mainly because we don't get to read about the development of the relationship between the main characters this story is pretty complete. As always the sex is steamy and Masey is a gentle sensuous lover that show Emerson that she has never had anyone satisfy the way Masey can. I enjoyed the story and it was a good end to the series if there is such a thing. ( )
  LadyIsis | May 22, 2013 |
Includes "Atlanta Heat" (Lora Leigh) and "Desert Heat" (Cindy Gerard)
  RhoMelie | May 14, 2013 |
Rescue Me is a delicious mix of three very talented romance novelists. Though the trio's plotline is nearly identical, which makes for predictable outcomes (as in any romance novel), this collecion of stories makes up for it with steamy relationships and powerful love connections. "Atlanta Heat" is a wonderful combination of nail-biting action and dark, unrelenting passion. ( )
  kapuwolves | Apr 30, 2009 |
A decent collection of stories by three well-known romance authors. It was a quick but enjoyable read and has given me another author to check out (Cindy Gerard). ( )
1 vote refashionista | Apr 10, 2009 |
Pretty girl is kidnapped (or being stalked) by bad guys. Studly guy comes to the resue. They have hot sex, and live happily ever after. Times 3.

That is about as much character development or plotting that has gone into these 3 short stories. They are virtually identical, and totally brainless. All three of these authors write full-length novels that are much better than anything here. Choose one of them instead. ( )
1 vote sjmccreary | Sep 17, 2008 |
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Gerard, Cindymain authorall editionsconfirmed
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Tropical Heat: The brilliant lights of the operating room glinted off the scalpel being held to Dr. Elizabeth Goodall's slender throat.

Atlanta Heat: Some women a man knew to stay the hell away from.

Desert Heat: "It's for a good cause. It's for a good cause. It's for a good cause." That was Assistant DA Elena Martinez's mantra and she was sticking to it.
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Tropical Heat by Cherry Adair
Atlanta Heat by Lora Leigh
Desert Heat by Cindy Gerard

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“Tropical Heat”

When Dr. Elizabeth Goodall is kidnapped and held captive in the African jungle, her only hope for rescue is counterterrorist operative Sam Pelton. But to escape from a brutal warlord, they must confront a powerful attraction that could prove more treacherous than the wilds of the jungle…


“Atlanta Heat”

Em Delaney has wanted bad-boy Macey March for as long as she can remember. But as a Navy SEAL under the command of her overprotective godfather, Macey is off-limits to Em…until a kidnapping attempt forces them to share tantalizingly close quarters—and a forbidden desire.


“Desert Heat”

Assistant D.A. Elena Martinez never wanted to fall for police detective Seth King. When they are teamed up on a charity hike in the Grand Canyon, however, their chemistry sizzles under the desert sun. But a vengeful drug lord is determined not to let them survive the canyon with their lives—and love—intact…

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