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Coming Undone

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 19, 2007

    Finally

    Susan Andersen's Coming Undone will touch your heart. Jared Hamilton of Semper Fi Investigations has received a blast from his past. His next assignment is to find and then make sure country star Priscilla Morgan fulfills her current tour. PJ played an important part of his life fifteen years ago and then they lost touch. Jared is convinced that he can handle this job without old feelings getting in the way. PJ Morgan has finally wised up and fired her no good momma as her manager. She needed some R & R before the tour started up so she took off on a little road trip. Imagine her two-fold shock that her label hired a baby sitter for her and that the sitter is her old friend Jared. PJ leads Jared in the dust and he is not happy to be ditched. After seeing that she doesn't need a watchdog he is prepared to leave. But when it looks like she has gotten a stalker he knows he can't leave her. PJ and Jared rekindle their old friendship but now as adults its gone onto a whole new level of awareness. Can these two-scarred souls let go of their pasts? I can't begin to describe how much I loved this book. The wait for PJ and Jared's story had haunted me since they were first mentioned as teenagers in Hot & Bothered. Coming Undone is an absolute treasure. PJ and Jared's past plays a deep part of who they are today. Their chemistry sizzles on every page. I really enjoyed seeing old friends and family from previous books make their appearance. This is one book you must read this year.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    a fabulous contemporary romanc

    When Priscilla Jayne Morgan was thirteen her mother tossed out of her home forcing the frightened teen to live on Denver¿s mean streets. However, the child survived and fifteen years later Pricilla Jayne became a musical star. She even let her mother become her manager. When her mom abused her trust and money, she finally fired her.-------------------- Her mom worked the media to make it seem like Priscilla Jayne was an ingrate ironically tossing her loving kind mom on to the streets after she did so much for her. Even her record label believes Priscilla Jayne is an untrustworthy maniac who will skip out of the upcoming concerts, as that is the image mom painted of her. The Semper Fi Investigations is hired to keep an eye on her agent Jared Hamilton is sent to insure Priscilla Jayne shows up when she is supposed too over the next six weeks. They know each other from their teen nights on the Denver streets when she as a thirteen year old girl mentored him as a newcomer seventeen year old at a time he was accused of killing his father (see HOT AND BOTHERED). When they meet for the first time in several years, each knows they want the other.------------------ The sequel to HOT AND BOTHERED is a fabulous contemporary romance starring two adults who met as teens living on the streets thus the story line is a sort of second chance at love. Jared and PJ are superb lead characters and their relationship as passionate and heated as the fall in love. Although mom is over the top with not one redeeming quality, COMING UNDONE is an enjoyable character driven tale that will elate fans of Susan Anderson, who will recognize the prime pair.-------------- Harriet Klausner

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