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#Win The Professional by Addison Fox (US)


ADDISON FOX can't remember a time when words weren't a part of her life. In addition to being an avid reader, she loves writing novels about strong-willed and exciting heroes and heroines—individuals who are meant for each other and who deserve their happily ever after. After she makes them work for it, of course! Addison lives in Dallas.


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Twitter: @AddisonFox





Praise for Addison Fox

“Fox’s latest is charming, with clearly defined characters and natural, organic dialogue.”
RT Book Reviews

“With just the right amount of twists and turns, Ms. Fox manages to keep the reader glued to the page.”
Amazon Reviewer


“I was impressed by my first Addison Fox read. The characters were all so well-developed and I’m anxious to go back and read more about them.”
Book Pushers

“Fox has provided us with an Adult Contemporary novel that was both enjoyable and well written.”
Barnes & Noble Review

“Addison Fox definitely lets her vivid imaginings turn into a story filled with danger and many surprises.”
Amazon Reviewer


 THE PROFESSIONAL
By Addison Fox

Despite her job as a wedding planner, Violet Richardson doesn’t believe a happy-ever-after is in her future. And when she’s kidnapped by a killer, she’s surprised that rescue comes in the form of her tempting yet irritating neighbor, Max Baldwin.

Trying to forget his dark past, Max never meant to take on his attractive neighbor’s troubles. But now the bickering pair must outrun a thug who’s determined to get his hands on mysterious jewels he thinks are in Violet’s possession. As they race for their lives through Dallas’s summer heat, Max and Violet may finally open their eyes to the burning passion they share.

 Harlequin Romantic Suspense; October 15, 2015
$5.50 US; 279 pages
ISBN: 978-0-373-27938-8


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Comments

  1. You always find books and authors I've not heard of before. That's one of the fun things about your blog!
    A favorite hitman or hitwoman? I'm drawing a blank! This book would be a good place to find one:)

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  2. I love romantic suspense, so you can count me in :-) Do I have a favorite? No way I can choose just one.
    sherry @ fundinmental

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  3. I honestly can't think of any? Mr. and Mrs. Smith was a fun movie! How about that!?

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