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P.I. Harry Lonnigan wasn't fooled by her disguise. The waif dressed as a boy, who was about to blow his cover and maybe get herself killed, was every inch a woman. So he saved her neck and the sexy little body that went with it. And lived to regret being such a hero.Harry discovered Charlie was the estranged daughter of his best friend and father figure. His first priorityP.I. Harry Lonnigan wasn't fooled by her disguise. The waif dressed as a boy, who was about to blow his cover and maybe get herself killed, was every inch a woman. So he saved her neck and the sexy little body that went with it. And lived to regret being such a hero.Harry discovered Charlie was the estranged daughter of his best friend and father figure. His first priority should have been getting them back together, but Charlie didn't know that. Her first priority was to seduce Harry, and before Harry knew it, he was in too deep....

Title : In Too Deep
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ISBN : 9780373258703
Format Type : Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages : 224 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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In Too Deep Reviews

  • Tori Macallister
    2019-01-21 07:56

    I cannot believe that Harlequin would have the audacity to re-release this book with zero updates. The original was from 1996 and it shows. I could just sigh over the pager reference (although he mentions a cell phone but doesn't use it in a crisis) and even just puzzle over the uncorrected typo (linch when she meant to say flinch) but the hero's dickishness is unforgivable. He's baffled by his attraction to the heroine since he repeated calls her unattractive and "unfeminine" wondering why she doesn't wear makeup or dress provocatively to attract him or other men. Despite being held at gunpoint and their kidnappers clearly intent on humiliating and possibly raping her, the hero makes jackass suggestive comments belonging in a "how not to sexually harass women" handbook under what not to do. The only history we have of him is that he came from a rich family with a distant father yet he's a PI with high end clothes, a fancy car, and a snooty, distancing vocabulary. I'm glad he's independently wealthy since he's definitely the worst PI, ever. The heroine is supposed to be 28 and a bar owner but reads much younger (too young for the divorced hero who thinks her "bossy" nature, i.e. Her independence, reminds him of his ex-wife). The situation with her estranged father and the utterly extraneous "dangerous extortion ring" has enough holes to drive a truck through. I have no idea why the couple is in love with each other and fervently thank heavens that Lori Foster's writing has grown to the point where I don't need to worry about reading something so bad with her name on it again.Buyer beware (and shame on you, Harlequin)!

  • Mollie *scoutrmom*
    2019-01-03 05:43

    A funny and fast-paced romance in the best tradition of the screwball comedies and the Lucy show.Charlie (Charlotte) in trying to spy on her father, with whom there's been no contact in 18 years, ends up tracking extortionists. P.I. Harry Lonnigan has his hands too full keeping Charlie safe to complete his investigation. She ought to be off limits but the temptation is unbelievable.The attraction is red-hot and simmering throughout the story. Even though this was a Harlequin Temptation Blaze, it was fairly mild with a lot of near misses until the last chapter.I liked it enough to keep it around for a repeat performance or three in the future.

  • Adriana Fogaça
    2019-01-03 10:04

    Mergulho Para O AmorLori FosterH.C.P. Sucesso 352013Estória ótima, excelente argumento.Mas por motivos que fogem a minha compreensão, o livro não me pegou.Penso que faltou algo, só não sei o que é que tá faltando.Não entendo, os personagens são bons, com estórias coerentes, com contexto. Tendo início, meio e fim.Tudo certinho e esperado!Infelizmente a estória não me arrebatou, porque?Não sei.Mesmo assim recomendo, quem sabe você tenha uma visão completamente diferente da minha.

  • Gloriamarie
    2019-01-01 09:45

    Read this as part of the project to help a friend compile a reading list for her group, Adult Children of Parents with PTSD. Both the hero, Harry, and the heroine, Charley, deal with it as a result of really bad parental decisions.Harry is a private investigator whose project is thugs taking advantage of business owners who are of a certain age in a neighborhood that doesn;t get a lot of police attention. Charley and her sister were raised by their mother in strange little communities that were so small they were unincorporated and had their own schools. Charley believes her father abandoned his family.This story is full of concatenations, and sometimes I wanted to smack Harry upside the head for the choices he made while at the same time empathizing with his reasons. Charley is abit harder to take as she is all rough edges, all about survival and not taking any help, no matter how impossible her situation.I find I like Foster' early work much better than her more recent efforts in which she seems to have fallen into the trap of writing to a very predictable formula. In this book, she is still taking chances and I like it.

    2019-01-17 02:42

    Sort of wonder how this landed in the Blaze/Temptations line - one whole sex scene and it was eh.I was wondering in the beginning if this was going to be a hate read, but not quite. More of an irritated and/or bored read. The H spent entirely too much of the first chapter or two thinking uncharitable thoughts about the h, from her apparent lack of a bosom to her unwillingness to let a total stranger tell her what to do. Made it a little hard to believe that he got turned on by her in any fashion more than the "haven't had sex in months" sort of way. But we're supposed to believe that he fell in love with her in spite of her lack of decorum or figure (or unwillingness to let a total stranger who managed to get her kidnapped in the first place with his misplaced chivalry - he managed to draw the attention of the bad guys to the fact that she was a girl).So this was more of a yeah right whatever sort of read.

  • Jacqueline Anne
    2019-01-19 06:50

    Strong female characters are always a pleasure to read. I absolutely adored the chemistry Harry and Charlie have. Great plot too!

  • Kayla Jones
    2018-12-27 09:52

    By far the worst Lori Foster book I've ever read. Outdated and just bad.

  • LJ
    2018-12-30 08:37

    In Too Deep - PoorFoster, LoriWorried about his fellow shopkeepers doing something rash, jewelry storeowner Dalton asks his friend private Investigator Harry Lonnigan for help. Harry would do anything for Dalton who has been like a father to the sleuth. Harry watches the two punks Ralph and Floyd extort money from the shopkeeper when he notices the woman bundled as a boy observing something too. All hell breaks out and the two thugs take Harry and Charlie Jones as prisoners for their boss Carlyle to handle.Charlie and Harry escape, but not before an attraction between them explodes. She explains that she was spying on her runaway father, a local storeowner. She needs money to send her teenage sister off to a top college and wants her dad who deserted them eighteen years ago to pay the bill. Harry learns that Dalton is her father. He knows his friend has spent a small fortune trying to find his daughters who were taken away by his ex-wife. As Harry risks his heart to help reconcile father and daughter, he also tries to keep the neighborhood safe from Carlyle's gang, but Charlie only knows how to go right up the middle into trouble.I'm just not a Lori Foster fan.

  • Bernie
    2019-01-17 02:48

    In Too Deep is a cute romance written by author Lori Foster.

  • Belinda
    2019-01-11 05:52

    I have to say this is the first of Lori's books that I was laughing so hard at parts my sides were was a really good book..Harry is on a stake out when he spots what looks like another male in the store..but he can tell right away it is a female. That would be Charlie...Harry and Charlie get kidnapped by these thugs but get away...The book was great..Harry is a P I so Charlie hires him to find her dad, who Harry works for....Harry is fighting his attraction to Charlie because of Dalton, her dad...but it is no use...You have to read this book!!!

  • Ty
    2019-01-22 04:50

    I was laughing in the first chapter. Thats what makes a good book for me. Expecially after a good murder mystery. This fun book gives all the character personality. I thought it was great that the female character was Charlie and the male was Henry. Charlie is getting in trouble at every turn, has awful decorating abilities and dresses up like a boy. Some hot scenes and a fast pace storyline makes this book a quick fun read.

  • Cynthia Kayser Cosgrove
    2019-01-13 05:07

    Very sweet loved how Harry & Charlie got under each other's skin. Loved the use of language, we don't speak like that here. Your more likely to hear it from an academic or from across the pond. Challenge yourself give this a read, stretch a little.

  • Dee
    2018-12-24 09:50

    I become interested in Lori Foster's books because of auditor Amanda Rancony. The back and forth baiting of the characters in their unknowning journey towards love and intimacy seems to keep a light giggle or smile on my face.

  • debra pritt
    2018-12-29 05:51

    In Too DeepIn this book the heat did not sizzle as hot as it usually does with Lori Foster. It was a much shorter story and I felt the plot was a little too rushed for the heat to ignite. Not what I've come to expect from this author.

  • Harlequin Books
    2019-01-13 04:02

    "too funny couldn't stop reading til the end" (Review @ To read more, go HERE> Blaze

  • Leticia Vega
    2019-01-08 08:54

    Quick read. And yes, it was cliché: average attractive girl meets ruggedly handsome, buff, and rich guy. Instant love, sex, and marriage proposal. However, it was an entertaining and fun read for a Harlequin Romance. I was not disappointed. It was a nice escape.

  • Michelle Austin
    2018-12-25 07:43

    It seems like there were a lot of missing pieces in the story, a lot of things happened without being in the story. I would like to have seen a better reunion with the girls and their dad and a little more romance with Harry and Charlie.

  • Carol Risez
    2019-01-22 03:58

    I have read a lot of Foster's books. This one was awful! Charlie was trite, immature and childish for a 27-year-old woman. Both main characters were shallow, imnsho. I gave it one star for the author's name! I kept reading to see if it ~might~ get better. It did not!

  • Alvster Lucas
    2019-01-21 07:00

    My first book i read, truly amazing.

  • Jan
    2018-12-29 04:04

    very cute story

  • Monica Willyard
    2019-01-23 02:45

    This was a fun book to read with characters I enjoyed getting to know.

  • Amber
    2019-01-20 09:02

    For me the basic plot was lame, but the characters were GREAT. Lori Foster is fast becoming a guilty pleasure of mine.

  • Allison
    2019-01-13 09:43

    It was just a little too far fetched for me.

  • Donna
    2019-01-09 04:43

    A fun read with two strong characters. Action, romance, humour, and pets with personality - a winning combination.

  • Jeananna
    2019-01-04 06:56

    Normally love Lori. This one was just okay... Read it as part of the Bewitched book.