Books by Susan Sey

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Talent for Trouble

As titles go, Talent for Trouble is quite apt, because I found this book chock full of contradictions. By turns hilarious, engaging, boring, and over the top, the book is the epitome of a hot mess. But there was a point where the book took a turn into permanent bizarro territory, and it lost me. ...

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Taste for Trouble

The last Susan Sey book I read, Money Shot (2011) was set on a remote island in Lake Superior and had deadly money laundering villain, pagan ceremonies, and a smokin' ex Navy SEAL for a hero. This book, Taste for Trouble, is set in the suburbs of DC, has a scheming Martha Stewart wannabe, and a prof ...

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Money Shot

Money Shot, the second book by Susan Sey, features an oft-neglected branch of law enforcement. For all the town sheriffs, city police detectives, and FBI special agents we see in romance novels, it’s not often that we get a Secret Service agent - and from their lesser-known counterfeiting division ...

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Money, Honey

This debut novel, is filled with witty dialogue, sizzling chemistry, and a truly dreamy former bad-boy hero. Although there is suspense, the focus is clearly on the relationship between the hero and heroine. All I can say is, welcome, Ms. Sey. Please keep the books coming! FBI Speci ...