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Before Sunrise

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  • Posted April 6, 2009

    Don't bother

    I keep trying Diana Palmer books as the covers & summaries make me think I will be happy.
    I always seem to find great flaws in the story.. either something doesn't ring true... or isn't very realistic, or I think may be research errors...... if you have nothing else to do, read away.. some hot sex and a romance with a little who done it.... perhaps some factual Native American info... But, I think her stories are geared more to young teens, but if so... too steamy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2005

    Before Sunrise

    Phoebe Keller's heart held a long buried passion for Jeremiah Cortez, and he for her. Yet, that did not stop him from breaking her heart, sending her into a diseasterous relationship and tearing them apart for years. When again they meet, she needs his protection. A recent archeological find has resulted in murder. Now Phoebe is in danger, and Cortez is her only hope to stay alive. Artifacts are not all that resurfaces. Crossing cultural lines and personal rules, these two reconnect on many levels. Yet, undercutting their romance is the threat of danger and the taboos they fear to break. ............................. Rather than her standard older hero, younger heroine romance, Ms. Palmer's protatgonists are of disimiliar backgrounds. Though she does break from her norm somewhat, her fans should still find it pleasant to read.

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