Books by HelenKay Dimon

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Guarding Mr. Fine

Guarding Mr Fine is the third in HelenKay Dimon’s Tough Love romantic suspense series and unlike the first two can be read as a stand-alone title. Several characters from the first two books do make cameo appearances, but that doesn’t really affect this novel. Seth Lang is a modern alpha male ...

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The Fixer

The professional fixer, the shadowy figure who “fixes” problems and simply makes them disappear, is like the undercover spy. They are dark and mysterious figures operating on the outskirts of society. Unlike the spy, however, the fixer is a darker, more dangerous creature, not just an outcast of ...

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The Talented Mr. Rivers

I started HelenKay Dimon’s The Talented Mr. Rivers because the blurb reminded me of Anne Stuart’s Ice series. Vulnerable innocent paired with a dangerous man who’s hiding far more than he shows… sounded like catnip, and the M/M factor sealed the deal. My first mistake was to have thought ...

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Facing Fire

The Bad Boys Undercover series by HelenKay Dimon is an action packed series that deals with the Alliance, an undercover group made up of former MI6 and CIA operatives. In Facing Fire, the third story in the series, an enemy thought dead turns out to be very much alive, and he’s on a personal vende ...

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Mr. and Mr. Smith

Mr. and Mr. Smithis the first in an edgy spy series by HelenKay Dimon who, although she has an impressive backlist of about thirty novels and novellas, is new to me. I also have a not-so-secret love of the occasional alpha-male, spy / militaristic romance stories. Providing the plot is good, and I c ...

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Line of Fire

Line of Fire has all kinds of elements that should make it a promising read - a tortured hero and heroine who also have some history between them, a second-chance-at-love plotline (love those!) and plenty of angst. Unfortunately, things never entirely came together and until about the last quarter o ...

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Under the Gun

I used to read a fair number of Harlequin Intrigues, but lately most of my romantic suspense reading has been of the single title variety. I missed my series reads, so I picked up several recently, including this one by an author I've been curious about. While I liked the author's tone, the timing ...

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It's Hotter in Hawaii

It’s Hotter in Hawaii reads more like romantic suspense than contemporary romance. I found the plot to be interesting, but the character and relationship development are too weak for a recommendation. Cassie Montgomery’s half-brother Dan was a pilot who recently died in a helicopt ...

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Hot As Hell

At one point in Hot As Hell, Noah Paxton wants to know what the hell is going on. I did too. I don’t know when I have read a book that had such a convoluted plot as this one. There were times I was totally lost and I still don’t think I’ve got it all figured out. Lexy Stua ...

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Right Here, Right Now

Right Here, Right Now is a hot, Romantic Suspense story with a hero and heroine who both work for the government and both keep secrets from each other. It's entertaining enough in its way, if a little unbelievable. Gabby Pearson is absolutely furious when Reed Larkin – the boyfr ...