The Perfect Stranger by Alison Kent

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Some like it hot. The men and women of Alison Kent's sizzling SG-5 series like it hotter. In this all new novel of steamy suspense, the jungle is the only place wild enough for a hotshot helicopter pilot and a renegade rich girl with one hell of an agenda . . . Bachelor parties are fun, as long as you're not the poor sap getting hitched . . . or slipped a Mickey and waking to discover you just became the poor sap. Not to mention that your "wife" is pregnant, and if you don't go along to her village to meet the in-laws, the nice police comandante will be muy unhappy. Just another day in the life of helicopter pilot J. Jackson Briggs? Not so much. His Smithson Group gig wasn't supposed to be dangerous, but the woman who drugs him, then knocks him out, then drugs him again certainly is. She also may or may not be a nun. She's definitely a lying, scheming, lethally gorgeous . . . American. Jack's light years from believing the story Jillian Endicott gives him about her noble cause in the sweltering wilds of San Torisco, but he knows one thing: he'll get the truth-and plenty more-from her, one way or another . . . Being an Endicott of the Boston Endicotts taught Jillian plenty about the haves vs. the have-nots-and made it easy to choose sides. But there's nothing easy about her mission in San Torisco, and things only get harder when Jack Briggs is thrown into the mix. Six-foot-three of big Texas mouth and big . . . other things . . . Jack's pegged her as a bored little rich girl. Hey, he can think what he wants, as long as he does what she wants. Do unto others what needs to be done-that's Jillian's motto. Problem is, Jack knows how to push her buttons from minute one-and the closer he gets to pushing her over the edge, the more she wants him to . . . Now under dark velvet cover of jungle nights, two rebels with a cause are going deep-and falling hard-for the perfect stranger . . . Praise for the novels of Alison Kent

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Published April 1, 2007 by Brava. 352 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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