Decoy

Decoy Jasmine Cresswell
  • Title: Decoy
  • Author: Jasmine Cresswell
  • ISBN: 9780778320128
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • Decoy Jasmine Cresswell Decoy While investigating the mysterious death of her mother and the illegal business dealings of the man she thought was her father Melody Beecham is blackmailed into helping a government agency known as
    While investigating the mysterious death of her mother and the illegal business dealings of the man she thought was her father, Melody Beecham is blackmailed into helping a government agency known as Unit One betray her father Original.
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    About Jasmine Cresswell


    1. Born in England, Jasmine Cresswell now divides her time between her winter home in Sarasota, Florida and her summer home in Evergreen, Colorado Jasmine has been writing since 1975 and has published over 50 novels, with 9 million copies of her books in print Jasmine served for two years as the editor of the Romance Writer s Report She also served as president of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, and is a founder and former president of Novelists, Inc She received the Colorado Authors League Award for Best Paperback Novel of the Year and the Romance Writers of America Golden Rose Award Her books also have received numerous Romantic Times certificates of excellence.Experienced as a public speaker, Jasmine has conducted college seminars and addressed many writers conferences Interviews and profiles have appeared in newspapers throughout the country, and Jasmine considers herself a veteran of talk shows and news broadcasts.Married to Malcolm Candlish, whom she met while she was working for the British Embassy in Rio de Janeiro, Jasmine and her husband have lived all over the world She has a Bachelor s Degree with a double major in history and philosophy from Melbourne University, a second degree in history from Macquarie University, as well as a Masters Degree in history and archival administration from Case Western Reserve University in Ohio.


    967 Comments


    1. Strictly mediocre An unexciting plot with unexciting characters This belongs to those category of books where there is nothing in it to motivate you to go forward but you still read through it because you have nothing else to do I remember the end of this book having an excerpt to the second of this trilogy I did not even feel like reading it.

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    2. Those who remarked on the inconclusive ending to Nick s and Melody s romance can t have realized this is only the first installment of the trilogy As such, Cresswell does a great job introducing the two protagonists and their attraction towards each other With 2 sequels to go, Nick s and Melody s relationship is not rushed through in this book unlike other stand alone titles which need the HEA even though the entire plot may cover only 5 days While their romance is strong so the reader is carri [...]

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    3. Melody comes from a rich daddy and a flighty mother, divorced when she is young She never knows either until her mother dies and she finds her papers Turns out her dad is not her dad, he is running an empire trying to make clones and are otherwise bad guys Her mom on the other hand is smart and crafty, running a blackmail scheme for income, and researching her dad s empire She lives with her mother s friend Jasper her best friend and confidant.Then she is recruited by a secret government agency [...]

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    4. This book has me conflicted I think the author did a good job with the suspense plot It flowed well and it made sense But I felt the romance plot was stilted and contrived It s disappointing really because I liked the characters a lot The book is shades of the tv show Alias I would have liked to have seen natural tension between the two characters and further exploration of what makes each character tick I also feel like the heroine gave up too easily and the revelation as to who the Commander [...]

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    5. Wonderful mix of suspense and romance Make sure you have the other books in this trilogy ready, Full Pursuit, and Final Justice, other wise, you ll be left feeling oddly incomplete Recommended.

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    6. Enjoyed this and it was a quick read Read it during lunch time The usual sexual tension between the main characters Seems like a set up for further books using Unit One or the same characters.

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    7. This has plenty of romance, action, an ongoing storyline for a first book in this romantic suspense series A great ready for the summer.

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    8. Decoy is my first and last book by Jasmine Cresswell It was a terrible romance and only a so so mystery.

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    9. Decoy was alright, I doubt I d ever read it again but I did like it and I really thought the main character was realistic.

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    10. A young woman is pulled into a government investigation of her father Good, but I ve read better.

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    11. This one was mildly entertaining, with a few twists to keep the reader interested.

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