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Featuring a brand-new novella, as well as two classic stories, this trade paperback volume offers pure reading pleasure for Lori Foster's continuously growing fan base. Beguiled (PI & Men to the Rescue #1) P.I. Dane Carter assumed his murdered twin's identity to find his killer. Angel Morris was his main suspect - a woman his twin had betrayed. Now Dane could destroy her tru Featuring a brand-new novella, as well as two classic stories, this trade paperback volume offers pure reading pleasure for Lori Foster's continuously growing fan base. Beguiled (PI & Men to the Rescue #1) P.I. Dane Carter assumed his murdered twin's identity to find his killer. Angel Morris was his main suspect - a woman his twin had betrayed. Now Dane could destroy her trust again. By falling in love with her... Wanton (PI & Men to the Rescue #2) Passion had clouded P.I. Celia Carter's judgment once. Never again. Now she took on dangerous undercover assignments to deal with her guilt. But P.I. Alec Sharpe was determined to reawaken Celia's sexuality...before she got herself killed. ©1999 Lori Foster; (P)2009 Harlequin Uncovered (Men of Courage #3) After a blaze on his block results in an overturned Dumpster, firefighter Harris Black finds a shoebox filled with striking nudes and a handwritten note admitting to the woman’s love for…him? Who is the enigmatic woman in the photos, and how does she know him so well? His next door neighbor and best friend, P.I. Clair Caldwell, is the perfect person to help him solve the mystery. Except that Clair is already more involved than he ever could have guessed…


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Featuring a brand-new novella, as well as two classic stories, this trade paperback volume offers pure reading pleasure for Lori Foster's continuously growing fan base. Beguiled (PI & Men to the Rescue #1) P.I. Dane Carter assumed his murdered twin's identity to find his killer. Angel Morris was his main suspect - a woman his twin had betrayed. Now Dane could destroy her tru Featuring a brand-new novella, as well as two classic stories, this trade paperback volume offers pure reading pleasure for Lori Foster's continuously growing fan base. Beguiled (PI & Men to the Rescue #1) P.I. Dane Carter assumed his murdered twin's identity to find his killer. Angel Morris was his main suspect - a woman his twin had betrayed. Now Dane could destroy her trust again. By falling in love with her... Wanton (PI & Men to the Rescue #2) Passion had clouded P.I. Celia Carter's judgment once. Never again. Now she took on dangerous undercover assignments to deal with her guilt. But P.I. Alec Sharpe was determined to reawaken Celia's sexuality...before she got herself killed. ©1999 Lori Foster; (P)2009 Harlequin Uncovered (Men of Courage #3) After a blaze on his block results in an overturned Dumpster, firefighter Harris Black finds a shoebox filled with striking nudes and a handwritten note admitting to the woman’s love for…him? Who is the enigmatic woman in the photos, and how does she know him so well? His next door neighbor and best friend, P.I. Clair Caldwell, is the perfect person to help him solve the mystery. Except that Clair is already more involved than he ever could have guessed…

30 review for Fallen Angels: Beguiled/Wanton/Uncovered

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jane Stewart

    This book contains three stories, which I rate as 4 stars, 3 stars and 2 stars. 4 stars to BEGUILED. Beguiled is a feel good story. I loved Dane's character. I loved the way he was immediately sexually drawn to Angel, cared for her, and did things for her, the baby and Mick. The main conflict comes from someone threatening her. A secondary conflict is Dane is pretending to be his twin brother Derek who was murdered. Derek had treated Angel badly. Dane is now pretending to be Derek and apologizing This book contains three stories, which I rate as 4 stars, 3 stars and 2 stars. 4 stars to BEGUILED. Beguiled is a feel good story. I loved Dane's character. I loved the way he was immediately sexually drawn to Angel, cared for her, and did things for her, the baby and Mick. The main conflict comes from someone threatening her. A secondary conflict is Dane is pretending to be his twin brother Derek who was murdered. Derek had treated Angel badly. Dane is now pretending to be Derek and apologizing for the prior bad treatment of her. CAUTION SPOILER: My one complaint is that Angel did something stupid which put her and Dane at risk. She received a phone call from the bad guy but didn't tell Dane because he was in a good mood and she didn't want to spoil his mood. That was not a good reason. The story would have been better if the killer had not made that phone call. It was a stupid move on the killer's part as well. It served no purpose. He knew where she was. By calling her, he lets her know he knows. She doesn't tell Dane which was stupid. Dane could have done something different. Sexual language: mild. Number of sex scenes: five. Setting: present day U.S. Copyright: 1999. Genre: romantic suspense. 3 stars to UNCOVERED. This was a fun romantic story. Clair and Harris are platonic best friends. A previous boyfriend of Clair's took nude photos of her without her knowledge. She wrote a note to the boyfriend to break up with him and said she loved Harris instead. Harris accidentally discovers these and wants to find the woman, not knowing it is Clair. Sexual language: strong. Number of sex scenes: three. Setting: present day Chester, Ohio. Copyright: 2004. Genre: contemporary romance. 2 stars to WANTON. Overall, this was an ok story, but not worth buying. I found myself skimming some parts that were a little slow. Celia thought she was a loose woman. Alec shows her that sex is ok and she is not loose. I wasn't buying her reason for thinking she was loose. She was previously engaged to a killer and liked having sex with him before she knew he was bad. A second conflict was Celia going undercover to find Hannah, who was forced into prostitution. Celia is new to the detective business and wants Alec's help. Alec doesn't want her doing this because it's dangerous. He agrees to help her if she will have sex with him for a week. She agrees and tells herself she is doing this for Hannah, but actually she wants Alec as well. Sexual language: mild. Number of sex scenes: four. Setting: present day U.S. Copyright: 1999. Genre: romantic suspense.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    First of all, this is not just one story. This is two mini books and a novella in one package. The first two have been released before. They are actually fairly decent stories with fully developed characters. However, the last novella just appears to be wrote as a throwaway story. It's about 80 pages and the characters are kinda thrown together. It ties in with the first two stories because the female lead works at the PI agency where the male leads from the first two stories work. But it has no First of all, this is not just one story. This is two mini books and a novella in one package. The first two have been released before. They are actually fairly decent stories with fully developed characters. However, the last novella just appears to be wrote as a throwaway story. It's about 80 pages and the characters are kinda thrown together. It ties in with the first two stories because the female lead works at the PI agency where the male leads from the first two stories work. But it has nothing else to do with it. I just felt Lori Foster should have gave her fans a little more. She needed a good editor to make her flesh out her stories a little more. The only thing I can figure out is the first two stories were wrote early in her career. Both are about two male private investigators that are chasing the person that is wanting to kill the girls they eventually fall for. I don't know that I would recommend this book to anyone other than a die-hard Lori Foster fan. They aren't bad but they aren't great.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Maura

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Beguiled - 3.5 /5 - Dane has begun investigating what he believes is the murder of his twin brother Derek. In the investigation, he encounters the woman that Derek betrayed and, it turns out, left pregnant and alone with his son. At first, Dane believes that Angel had something to do with Derek’s death, but he soon comes to understand that Angel is in fear for her life. Pretending to be Derek, Dane does what he can to earn Angel’s trust and to take care of her, to protect her, things he is compe Beguiled - 3.5 /5 - Dane has begun investigating what he believes is the murder of his twin brother Derek. In the investigation, he encounters the woman that Derek betrayed and, it turns out, left pregnant and alone with his son. At first, Dane believes that Angel had something to do with Derek’s death, but he soon comes to understand that Angel is in fear for her life. Pretending to be Derek, Dane does what he can to earn Angel’s trust and to take care of her, to protect her, things he is compelled to do by feelings that Angel inspires in him. For her part, Angel is astonished at the change in the man she believes to be Derek and finds herself falling in love. But she still doesn’t realize that Derek is actually dead and she’s falling in love with a stranger. This had all the hallmarks of your classic Harlequin...the cover doesn’t show it, but it’s a Harlequin Temptation. The content is more than enough evidence for this. I mean, man pretends to be his dead twin brother so he can investigate his brother’s former lover who gave birth to his love-child. In the process, he falls in love with her, but has yet to reveal that he’s actually his brother’s twin and his brother is dead. It doesn’t get any tropier than this, and that worked in this story’s favor. This was angsty and tropey goodness. The suspense plot was fairly obvious right out the gate, but it was the vehicle for the romance between Dane and Angel. There were times that I worried for Dane’s sanity, as he honestly seemed to think he was his brother - probably not what the author intended, but I think it kinda got mixed up in there, what with Dane feeling guilty about Derek’s treatment it almost comes across as his own guilt. Still, I think that helped me with dealing with the fact that this guy is poaching on his twin’s former lover...that had the potential to feel overly incestuous or something. Dane isn’t a bad guy - he’s actually a decent hero. He’s way too autocratic at times, steamrolling over Angel’s life and basically disregarding her worries and concerns in favor of his own agenda (and expecting her to deal with it). I don’t know how it was possible, but he wasn’t an asshole about it. He was very charming about getting his own way, so that was pretty well written I think. In any other story where this kind of thing happens, I get righteously pissed with the hero - I rolled my eyes and got a bit frustrated with the heroine for not standing her ground, but I never got angry with Dane and I almost couldn’t blame Angel...he’s hard to resist. Now Angel did get pretty justifiably upset when she learned that Dane had been lying about his identity and I figured she’d stick with that mad for quite a while. Unfortunately she started having random thoughts about life being to short for grudges and she dropped that anger way too fast. I kinda wish that angst had been drawn out a bit more, considering he made love to her while she still believed he was Derek (and he honestly believed the sex would soften her up about the deception - men can be such idiots). So this was a pretty good start - I think I enjoy Foster’s earlier works more than her recent ones. This one felt like it had more heart and was less about the sex (although there was plenty of that). Wanton - 1 /5 - Celia, Dane’s younger sister, is still pretty upset at having been manipulated by a murderer and has started investigative work so she can find a way to atone. She’s involved in one particular case that, to Alec Sharpe, is quite dangerous and he doesn’t want Celia to have anything to do with it. But she’s equally determined. So he agrees to help her out and in exchange, she’ll do “anything he wants.” Well, Alec wants Celia writhing in sexual pleasure underneath him (and to do whatever he tells her) and she very reluctantly agrees to this. She’s extremely wary of her sexual urges because they’re what got her manipulated by that original murderer in the first place and so she’s tried to ignore them. But she can’t do that with Alec anymore. Okay, so this one didn’t work for me as well as the first one did. Most of this was Alec’s fault. At no point does he really make any effort to see things from Celia’s point of view because all he wants is sex with her. He’s trying to seduce her and she says, “I don’t want this.” and his answer? “Yes, you do.” Next thing he knows she’s broken down and sobbing in his arms at the idea of having sex with him. And he’s all, “Why don’t you want to make love with me?” so he can maybe change her mind or something. Hero-boy clearly has no idea that when a woman doesn’t want it, you respect that. Then she’s making a deal so she can continue her case and she offers anything, and he’s worried she’s planning to prostitute herself. She doesn’t. But he goes ahead and makes it that after all. And this is minutes after her sobbing episode. Meanwhile, he has no intention of it being anything more than sex. Celia is a mess, sexually and mentally and is horrified at the idea wanting him, but he wants that affair and he doesn’t care how she feels about it. She expresses in no uncertain terms that for her, sex without emotion is dirty. This is a perfectly respectable point of view...but he decides she needs to know that sex without emotion isn’t shameful (basically, he needs to get laid), so he makes it so he’ll only help her with the case if she agrees to have sex with him whenever he wants and however he wants. At one point, when Celia is so embarrassed at his nudity that she can’t look at him like he wants he says, “You have no choice, sweetheart, remember?” Basically this proves that he knows he’s taken away her choice, which makes him the equivalent of a rapist. So needless to say, I had a really difficult time liking Alec. His little sob story was a good reason for his need to keep his distance, but I hated that he entered a sexual relationship full-on knowing that his partner was emotionally vulnerable and still completely unwilling to be more than sexual partners. In fact, his treatment of her in trying to keep it at that level was kinda despicable and made ME feel like he was only using her. I honestly wanted him to get her over her sexual inhibitions so she could waltz out of his life and put them into good practice with a better man. As a suspense, and particularly one in which a woman with some battered self-esteem does what she can to build herself back up again, this was a bit better. She goes along making decisions and starting to see the potential that she has as a smart, capable woman. So too bad lovely Alec has to come along and smash that back down there towards the end. He apologizes, but the damage still there. And maybe his speech helped, but he’s just not a great guy for building women up. And it irked me to no end that it was Alec who came along and saved the day. What kind of empowerment is that for Celia? She was trying to learn that she could handle herself and she learned that she couldn’t do anything without Alec after all? So if you read this, go into it for the suspense plot or the sex scenes, but don’t hope for any feminine empowerment or a hero who understands the nuances of consent. Uncovered - 2 /5 - Harris is a firefighter and most nights runs with his platonic running buddy, Clare. They've been doing this for two years now and he considers her a great friend, but never once looked at her beyond that...because he wants to keep his carefree bachelor lifestyle and all that. He's been celibate for a month now though, so obviously it's time he starts looking at a woman again. When he finds naked pictures of an incredible woman combined with notes written to him about how sensitive and wonderful he is, he makes it his mission to find this mystery admirer and claim her I guess. What he doesn't know is that the woman in the pictures is Clare, who has been in love with him for years. But now she's in a pickle because she's jealous of herself, wanting Harris to be intrigued by her, so she steps up her flirting game to get him interested at last. Yeah, this had potential but ultimately didn't work for me. First of all I had issues with the fact that Harris wasn't the least bit interested in anything sexual or romantic with Clare until she flashed him her sports bra and he started thinking of her naked. What that tells me is that her personality is great and makes a great friend, but her body is what causes him to see her as sexual - only reinforced by his reaction to the pictures. And that whole situation just felt sleazy. He's lusting after this mystery woman in these pictures and also hitting on Clare at the same time - we know it's the same woman, but he doesn't. Felt too much like cheating for my tastes.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Pamela(AllHoney)

    Beguiled, Wanton, Uncovered I really liked the first story (Bequiled) but the other two were just okay to me.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tasha

    The novella was really weak but the two other stories were ok. They were a little too light on plot and were very simplistic... Beguiled was much better than Wanton.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

    I liked the first 2 stories in this book, but found the 3rd to be unnecessary. This first 2 flowed together and the 3rd was random and didn't tie to the story line from the other stories. I liked the first 2 stories in this book, but found the 3rd to be unnecessary. This first 2 flowed together and the 3rd was random and didn't tie to the story line from the other stories.

  7. 4 out of 5

    BETH BUSS

    two big ehhhh for the two classic stories and an I really like it for the novella. the novella gets bonus points because it connects to other Lori Foster books and novellas that I have really enjoyed. I wish there was a collection that just covered the firefighter guys and their buddies - as those stories are super-sweet. Still have some Lori Foster heat but aren't as bad plotline driven. so 1*, 2* and 4*. Uncovered on its own would have rec'd a 4* from me. two big ehhhh for the two classic stories and an I really like it for the novella. the novella gets bonus points because it connects to other Lori Foster books and novellas that I have really enjoyed. I wish there was a collection that just covered the firefighter guys and their buddies - as those stories are super-sweet. Still have some Lori Foster heat but aren't as bad plotline driven. so 1*, 2* and 4*. Uncovered on its own would have rec'd a 4* from me.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Robin Franks

    Wonderful series The characters and situations they get into are great. Dane and Angel are such an awesome couple and the mystery is woven so well through the love story. Alec and Celia have wonderful chemistry and the danger in the story really ramp up the speed you read the story in. Harris and Clair are good friends from the start and the humor in this story is awesome. I would recommend these stories to any adult reader who enjoys great characters and hot sexy scenes.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Theresa

    Three in one This book of three interconnected stories was wonderful. While each story is a stand alone, it was enjoyable to see the appearance of characters from previous books. Each book is a sweetly passionate love story. The characters are engaging and the plots interesting. I have both the print and the ebook editions.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Terri Hebert

    I love all of Lori's books and this one is no exception. I really enjoyed reading all three stories. Romance with mystery thrown in there makes for a great book. I love all of Lori's books and this one is no exception. I really enjoyed reading all three stories. Romance with mystery thrown in there makes for a great book.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Danielle Nicholson

    As always, I love the way Ms. Lori's writing. As always, I love the way Ms. Lori's writing.

  12. 5 out of 5

    ceecee

    This was a great three in one book. Included in this book are three stories. 1)Beguiled (I give it 4 stars) 2) Wanton (I give it 3 stars perhaps 3.5) 3) Uncovered (I give it a 2.5 stars) 1) Beguiled: Dane Carter is an identical twin and comes from a wealthy family. His family wanted him to run the family business and become CEO, but he gave that up and let his twin, Derek, run it instead so he could start a new business working as a P.I. Suddenly his brother dies and he's left running both business This was a great three in one book. Included in this book are three stories. 1)Beguiled (I give it 4 stars) 2) Wanton (I give it 3 stars perhaps 3.5) 3) Uncovered (I give it a 2.5 stars) 1) Beguiled: Dane Carter is an identical twin and comes from a wealthy family. His family wanted him to run the family business and become CEO, but he gave that up and let his twin, Derek, run it instead so he could start a new business working as a P.I. Suddenly his brother dies and he's left running both business's. He morns for his twin, but suddenly things become worse when he suspects his brother was murdered. To make matters worse a woman suddenly calls out of the blue and asks to meet with his now dead brother. He assumes his brother's identity in order to catch the killer, but what he finds is Angel, a woman, who his brother slept with once in order to get sensitive information and take over her bosses business. It only took Angel one night with Derek to become pregnant. You'd think that was the worse part, except someone is stalking her and has been for over a year. Dane gets close to Angel and begins to fall in love with her and can't understand why his brother pushed her away. Things become clear as their relationship deepens. The only problem is their relationship is based on a lie. He's not Derek. 2) Wanton: The saga continues with Dane's sister, Celia Carter, and Dane's right hand man and P.I., Alec Sharpe. Celia feels she has some making up to do and what better way then helping those in need. A case helps her do just that, except Alec feels the case is too dangerous. With Dane and Angel going away on vacation the decision goes to Alec. He's quick to tell Alice she can't take the case, what he didn't count on was her determination. Against orders she takes the case and Alec is forced to back her up. Soon the two learn theirs more at stake then what they first believed. Feelings come to the front and the case becomes more then what Celia bargained for. It's a good thing Alec is as dangerous as he appears when it comes to Celia. After everything said and done can their attraction last, can Alec give her what she needs, can they even survive the case. This story was a quick read, but don't let that fool you. This story had it all, intrigue, passion, sex, fighting moments, quick wit and more. 3)Uncovered: A continuation to the series. This book adds two new characters. Clair the assistant and secretary for Dane and Alec. She's the whole package, it's just unfortunate that the man she wants see's her as nothing more than a pal. Harris Black is everything Clair's ever wanted. He's a hero who fights fires, he's reliable, dedicated, gorgeous, sexy, funny, and a bona fide hero. You'd think things couldn't get worse, except they do. A warehouse fire brings Harris to a dumpster that contains a box of photographs a nude woman. The photos are tasteful and never reveal the woman's face. Inside are letters describing him and how in love the woman is with him. It even mentions his name. He's determined to find this beautiful woman. He even goes as far as to hire Clair's boss. Unfortunately for her Harris doesn't realize the photos are of her, even Dane and Alec never suspect it's her. They go as far as to blow up the pictures to poster size and use magnifying lens in the attempt to find something tangible to identify her. Could things get worse. This story was beautifully writing, with moments that made me laugh, hot moments that made me fan myself and a few moments that just made me want to keep reading. I read this book in two days and I can definitely say it was worth every minute.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Bernie

    Fallen Angels review Fallen Angels is a set of three romantic suspense books containing Beguiled, Wanton and Uncovered written by author Lori Foster.

  14. 5 out of 5

    April

    The first story, about Dane and Angel, was the best and the most fun to read. Angel was sweet without being annoying about it, Dane was conflicted without being an ass (most of the time) and as a whole the secondary characters were all fun. The second was a little harder to get through just because it seemed like all Alec and Celia did was fight and he was way too superior for my taste. Celia was bi-polar in her stand-up-to-you-while-wilting persona. The third story about Harris and Clair was cu The first story, about Dane and Angel, was the best and the most fun to read. Angel was sweet without being annoying about it, Dane was conflicted without being an ass (most of the time) and as a whole the secondary characters were all fun. The second was a little harder to get through just because it seemed like all Alec and Celia did was fight and he was way too superior for my taste. Celia was bi-polar in her stand-up-to-you-while-wilting persona. The third story about Harris and Clair was cute but nothing more than that.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Three cute stories. The first two, Dane and Angel and Alec and Celia, were more developed than the third story, Harris and Clair. The first two seemed more thought out, more thorough, and the third was just kind of there. I was able to fall in love with Dane along with Angel in Beguiled, the same for Alec in Wanton. Uncovered was just kind of there; the characters didn't have to struggle like in the first two books. It was nice that we met Alec and Celia in Dane and Angels book and that all four Three cute stories. The first two, Dane and Angel and Alec and Celia, were more developed than the third story, Harris and Clair. The first two seemed more thought out, more thorough, and the third was just kind of there. I was able to fall in love with Dane along with Angel in Beguiled, the same for Alec in Wanton. Uncovered was just kind of there; the characters didn't have to struggle like in the first two books. It was nice that we met Alec and Celia in Dane and Angels book and that all four carried over to Harri and Clair's books. Quick, fun, easy reads.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tamara

    Dane and Angel's story was great, the story had such a different twist and I loved the supporting characters, (Having already read Mitch's story) But Alec and Celia, what a love story! The ultimate bad boy, described by others a Satan incarnate, and he so doesn't know how to deal with falling in love! And than there's Celia, so sre of herself on the outside and a mass of insecurity on the inside.Trying to change her life and not wanting anything to do with men, but, she has no choice than to dea Dane and Angel's story was great, the story had such a different twist and I loved the supporting characters, (Having already read Mitch's story) But Alec and Celia, what a love story! The ultimate bad boy, described by others a Satan incarnate, and he so doesn't know how to deal with falling in love! And than there's Celia, so sre of herself on the outside and a mass of insecurity on the inside.Trying to change her life and not wanting anything to do with men, but, she has no choice than to deal with Alec, and she is the only one he can't intimidate! Clair and Harris, cute, but not a fav

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    I do not typically read romance novels and this one had a bit of mystery interspersed in it so I kind of liked it. The "romance" of the characters was unrealistically too rushed, but I'm sure others find that "satisfying". My second book that I'm reading an eBook on my iPhone and my first one to be able to check out from my library! Have no idea how it'll be ... Didn't have a lot of choices on what I could check out. I do not typically read romance novels and this one had a bit of mystery interspersed in it so I kind of liked it. The "romance" of the characters was unrealistically too rushed, but I'm sure others find that "satisfying". My second book that I'm reading an eBook on my iPhone and my first one to be able to check out from my library! Have no idea how it'll be ... Didn't have a lot of choices on what I could check out.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    I really liked this book and plan to re-read it. The first story was great and more developed than I expected. Interesting characters and a cute story about how they get thrown together. The second story is a bit darker, but my kind of complicated. The third story is one of the better novellas I've read - the characters and the plot were really well developed for the length. I would happily recommend this book to a friend. I really liked this book and plan to re-read it. The first story was great and more developed than I expected. Interesting characters and a cute story about how they get thrown together. The second story is a bit darker, but my kind of complicated. The third story is one of the better novellas I've read - the characters and the plot were really well developed for the length. I would happily recommend this book to a friend.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Another collection of shorter novels from Foster....I really think her 3+ ratings should be closer to 4. I like her writing, characters, and sex scenes. Usually stories that get less than 4 stars make me hesitate to read them, but I'm finding I like Foster a lot and think she's more 4-star worthy! Another collection of shorter novels from Foster....I really think her 3+ ratings should be closer to 4. I like her writing, characters, and sex scenes. Usually stories that get less than 4 stars make me hesitate to read them, but I'm finding I like Foster a lot and think she's more 4-star worthy!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Dawn ♥ romance

    I only read the first of these three steamy stories about Angel and Dane. So many bad things kept happening to the heroine that it started to feel overdone and hard to believe the problems resolved so easily. Second story about Celia and Alex wasn't much more than physical attraction and I lost interest. I only read the first of these three steamy stories about Angel and Dane. So many bad things kept happening to the heroine that it started to feel overdone and hard to believe the problems resolved so easily. Second story about Celia and Alex wasn't much more than physical attraction and I lost interest.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

    Three stories in one book! Woo hoo! I adore this writer. The personalities of her characters are cohesive and are described so well you can see them. The situations they are in are intense, sometimes hilarious as well as genuine. The last story, while the other two were awesome, made me cringe, belly laugh and enthusiastically turn the pages as fast as I could.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    3 Contemporary romance stories. 2 are novellas, the last is more short story. All 3 have protected sex. These 3 stories are classic LF. All 3 are 5 stars IMO. All have strong alpha heroes who protect the women they love. This is why I read romance. Best of all - the hero doesn't call the heroine "doll or doll face" ONCE! Thanks Lori :) 3 Contemporary romance stories. 2 are novellas, the last is more short story. All 3 have protected sex. These 3 stories are classic LF. All 3 are 5 stars IMO. All have strong alpha heroes who protect the women they love. This is why I read romance. Best of all - the hero doesn't call the heroine "doll or doll face" ONCE! Thanks Lori :)

  23. 4 out of 5

    Elle

    I've only read "uncovered" so far. Oh and by "read" I mean listed to an audio book in the car. I usually don't like audio books because I find the voices annoying. But I really liked this story... so i was able to get over the voice. Adorable story! I've only read "uncovered" so far. Oh and by "read" I mean listed to an audio book in the car. I usually don't like audio books because I find the voices annoying. But I really liked this story... so i was able to get over the voice. Adorable story!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    This book was actually three books in one. I enjoyed them, but then I always enjoy Lori Foster. The last story was short, but I thought it was really funny in parts, and I enjoyed reading it. All three books were tied together by some of the same characters, and I always love books like that.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    I love Lori Foster. This book is a compilation of not so short stories. Each one is great in my opinion. Just steamy enough and romantic enough. Sure they follow the same romance story line as all others, but I generally don't read romances for the plot line twists. I love Lori Foster. This book is a compilation of not so short stories. Each one is great in my opinion. Just steamy enough and romantic enough. Sure they follow the same romance story line as all others, but I generally don't read romances for the plot line twists.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    I really enjoyed all three stories. As always, Lori Foster doesn't disappoint with a good story and steamy sex. Her females are strong and males stronger. The dialogue is always good. There are some funny scenes thrown in for laughs. I really enjoyed all three stories. As always, Lori Foster doesn't disappoint with a good story and steamy sex. Her females are strong and males stronger. The dialogue is always good. There are some funny scenes thrown in for laughs.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jill

    This was another great anthology by Lori Foster. I particularly enjoyed 'Uncovered,' but all the stories were great. The plots of a Lori Foster story are always very exciting and get you into the characters and what is happening. I look forward to reading more Lori Foster. This was another great anthology by Lori Foster. I particularly enjoyed 'Uncovered,' but all the stories were great. The plots of a Lori Foster story are always very exciting and get you into the characters and what is happening. I look forward to reading more Lori Foster.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    I read Uncovered as part of another anthology, so I was familiar with Dane and Alec but it was great to read their stories and learn more about them. I really enjoyed both, especially Alec and Celia's story! I read Uncovered as part of another anthology, so I was familiar with Dane and Alec but it was great to read their stories and learn more about them. I really enjoyed both, especially Alec and Celia's story!

  29. 5 out of 5

    debra pritt

    Fallen Angels As usual, I loved the stories. I believe Uncovered was my favorite because it was simpler and more real. It was still hot but with more plausibility. The other two stories had the heat I love but were a bit out there.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer B

    I like to pick up a book and buy it without reading the back cover and I was pleasantly surprised with this one!

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