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Fashion Week in Paris is on, and yet Edward Holden sticks out like a errant string in a bad stitch job. The handsome man may be in disguise as a photo journalist, but only with the reluctant help of Kimberly Lenton can the undercover investigator go from covert op to cover model. The pair needs to stay serious to prevent the theft of another expensive dress...but will this runway lead down the path of love?
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Have you ever thought of working in fashion industry? Heroine, who works in fashion industry, came to Paris for fashion week. At an entrance of a show she met hero, totally no fashion at all. However after that she knew that his job is nothing to do with fashion, but a private detective. She was asked to transform him to be more like people in fashion industry in order to investigate a theft of a dress. The ending of the story is exciting that it is unlike Harlequin stories. Maybe it is also interesting to read a different kind of Harlequin story.
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- fashion and espionage 5
- JAB 05/31/2019 1 people found the following review helpful
This was a fun plot to read and enjoy. We have the heroine who's a fashion reporter who gets an undercover agent that looked like he finished hiking in the woods with Bear Grylls. He's basically the Yankee who has come to the Sox's party. Luckily, he's got a knight in shining couture who helps him get in and not be torn to shreds by the biggest fashion critic there is. She finds out he's also been hired by her boss as her photographer and really burns her beans since her world is a cutthroat one. Especially if the man doesn't the difference between silk and satin. When the hero and her are alone, he reveals that he's a detective who's trying to discover who's been stealing dresses at the Paris's huge fashion week. I really found it fun to read how they work together in finding the culprit, while trying to put their feelings on hold. Their spats based camping to opera mindsets brings a fresh breath of air. Seeing from main characters' perspectives was a joy to read too. I did feel sorry for the poor hero when the heroine was borderline bursting his personal bubble in the changing room. Yet, she had to see his physique to know what clothes fit him best. To summarize quickly, they do get the culprit and the ending is a bit confusing at first but they do live happily ever after. It was definitely worth renting and reading.
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