DON`T LOOK DOWN
by Suzanne Enoch

January 2006
ISBN: 0-06-059364-4
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Mass Market Paperback
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Ex-cat burglar Samantha Jellicoe and billionaire Richard Addison are back in Suzanne Enochís latest romantic suspense tale of murder and intrigue.


Samantha is going clean. Itís been three months since her last burglary attempt was bungled and she almost died. Sheís living with and loving her wealthy Brit Rick, but itís not enough. Sheís determined to make a success of her new security business, where she helps the wealthy safeguard their valuables. Both Sam and Rick are quite aware of the irony of her new career.


Samantha is very excited to help her first client, Charles Kunz. She can tell he really needs her expertise. However, problems arise when he turns up dead. Rick wants her to stay out of the investigation, but Sam feels an obligation to Kunz to find out the truth of why he was murdered. Sheís determined to help, no matter what the consequences, much to Rickís chagrin. He wants her safe and sound and in his arms, and he canít help feel that if she gets involved in the case, sheíll be more inclined to revert back to her lifestyle of thievery. Rick loves Sam and heíll do whatever it takes to keep her in his life, even if that means giving her his trust in her investigation.


What will Sam discover? And what does the sudden appearance of Rickís ex-wife mean for Rick and Sam? Suddenly, Rick and Samís life is as muddled and confused as the first time they met. Will Samís newest case make them or break them?


Explosive passion and a thrilling murder plot charge the pages of Donít Look Down with a wild adventure. This is one stunning follow up to Flirting with Danger. Ms. Enoch continues to grow and expand the characters of Sam and Rick, while also keeping the passion in their relationship hotter than ever. What is especially satisfying about this book is that the relationship and the mystery are equally well matched, equally satisfying, and definitely provocative storylines. Watching Sam and Rick learn to compromise with each other is not only a sexy portrayal, but itís realistic, considering that these are two characters that are polar opposites in terms of life experiences.


Likable and engaging characters, a sly who-dunnit mystery, and passionate encounters will have you flying through the pages of Donít Look Down. Pardon the pun, but this is one book you will not be able to put down!


Reviewed in December 2005 by Sarah.

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