Dimon, HelenKay

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Her Other Secret

Lovers intent on putting their pasts behind them find fulfillment and danger on a secluded private island where everyone has something to hide. This riveting story with a sexy, edgy vibe moves at breakneck speed and splendidly launches a hot new series. Dimon (The Reluctant Heir) lives in San Diego.

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Dirty Deeds

Dimon's latest series featuring the Drummond brothers ties into her "End of the Line" titles with Seth from Guarding Mr. Fine but reads well as a stand-alone for libraries looking for more romantic suspense with a spy twist.
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Mr. & Mr. Smith

Dimon's new covert series starts with a bang. The titles play off those of popular thrillers, which will hook readers and leave them anxious for the sequel, The Talented Mr. Rivers (Sept. 2016). Dimon, a RITA-finalist for Facing Fire, provides another winner for libraries looking to add more romantic suspense, especially where S.E. Jakes and Josh Lanyon are popular.
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Facing Fire

A pair of compelling, laser-focused protagonists on the same deadly mission find love amid carnage in a no-holds-barred, rip-roaring, sexy romantic thriller that is almost impossible to put down. Dimon (Sheltered) lives in San Diego.
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Only

This entertaining cast of whip-smart, sardonic former felons will keep readers turning the pages for the sex and the snark alike.
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Baby, It's Cold Outside

This first title in the "Men at Work" series by Dimon (A Simple Twist of Fate) is sweet and sexy. Thea declares her innocence consistently, which is refreshing; no wallflower here.
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Just What He Wanted

Flirty and cheerful, this latest from Dimon (We'll Be Home for Christmas; Lean on Me) is chock-full of endearing characters and yearning desire. Though readers will be disappointed that this isn't a full-length novel, they can hope that there are more Holloway romances from Dimon in the future.

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