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Beyond Daring

Ddy bankrolls her extravagant lifestyle so she's dealing the only way she knows how shoe shopping and party hoppingJeff is supposed to retool sexy Sheldon's wild child image thereby earning his PR superstud merit badge Only he knows from media makeovers that Cute in places irreverent slightly raunchy I'm not sure that I liked Sheldon who prete

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He's a 'recovering player' and should be cleaning up his own reputationBut all his extra naughty urges come roaring back the second Sheldon sets a stilettoed foot outside her limo door She's headstrong hard bodied and seems determined to show him who's on top I'm a fan of Kathleen O'Reilly's writing; this one isn't one of my favorites mostly be

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Let's see the Handler handle herUp and coming publicist Jeff Brooks is assigned to hot Manhattan celebutante Sheldon Summerville whose scandalous behavior threatens the marriage proposal brokered by her tycoon father The heiress hates being a commodity but da Great dialogue and an intense push and pull relationship between the heroine and the h


About the Author: Kathleen O'Reilly

Kathleen O'Reilly wrote her first romance at the age of eleven which to her undying embarrassment was read aloud to her class After taking over twenty years to recover from the profound distress she is now proud to announce her new career a romance author Kathleen lives in New York with her husband and their two children who outwit her daily.



4 thoughts on “Beyond Daring

  1. says:

    Great dialogue and an intense push and pull relationship between the heroine and the hero What really made it work for me was how Sheldon and Jeff related to their individual families because O'Reilly writes family relationships SO WELL and makes them relevant even in these super short Blazes and what that meant for how they related to one another Sheldon started out frustrating and I'm still not sure if I think O'Reilly successfully flipped the initial caricature believably enough for my liking but I ended up liking her anyway and her emotions were my emotions by the end Namely her emotions at the awesome awesome grand gesture and a sharp twist of the knife when she realized this was a gesture of love but also a farewell gesture Don't worry A HEA still ensued


  2. says:

    Cute in places irreverent slightly raunchy I'm not sure that I liked Sheldon who pretended to be a brain dead slut instead of telling her dad she didn't want to marry for money The extremes that she went to rather than just communicate with her parents were a little unrealistic to me Then again maybe I'm just too vanilla Whatever Jeff Brooks was great the middle child of the Brooks siblings around whom this mini series revolves And that's the best part about this the interactions between Andrew Jeff and Mercedes in their uest for happiness in Manhattan And that's very cool


  3. says:

    I'm a fan of Kathleen O'Reilly's writing; this one isn't one of my favorites mostly because of the heroine By the end of the book our heroine Sheldon one of my pet peeves which I thought had disappeared in the 90s giving heroines masculine names either to make them seem stronger or to confuse irritate the reader is redeemed but after spending the bulk of the book disliking her I just didn't have enough goodwill left


  4. says:

    An unusual and unexpectedly likable heroine A sympathetic though unexciting hero Well written but nothing very special


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