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fascinating romantic suspense

In San Antonio anyone looking at pint sized Gloryanne Barnes would not connect her to being a tough district attorney, but she is. Besides being small, Glory is handicapped by a bad hip, broken twice as a child by her volatile mother Beverly who got off the child abuse...
In San Antonio anyone looking at pint sized Gloryanne Barnes would not connect her to being a tough district attorney, but she is. Besides being small, Glory is handicapped by a bad hip, broken twice as a child by her volatile mother Beverly who got off the child abuse hook due to her affair with wealthy Myron Pendleton his lawyers persuaded the jury that Gloryanne¿s father harmed her and he went to jail in spite of his daughter¿s crying testimony otherwise. --- When drug czar Fuentes is sent to jail by her testimony, he arranges for a hit to silence the only witness. His assassin almost succeeds, but the bullet misses her ear by a fraction. To keep her safe, Glory is exiled to work undercover at a small organic farm as a canner. Manager Rodrigo Ramirez wonders why she is working here when she cannot get around she also ponders about her employer who seems to be out of place on the farm. Attracted to one another although neither will admit it, as danger mounts, they need to trust one another something neither is used to doing. --- FEARLESS is a fascinating romantic suspense starring a likable heroine and a reticent hunk willing to risk his life keeping her safe. The story line starts a bit slow as Diana Palmer introduces Glory¿s inglorious past to the audience, but once it accelerates the story lien never brakes until the final denouement that the heroine is no longer on the market. Fans will enjoy this solid Texas thriller. --- Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Verbal Abuse is NOT hot!

I cannot fathom any woman today with an ounce of integrity enjoying this book. The male main character was rude, verbally abusive, narcissistic and a snob. Verbal abuse and bullying are OUT! This is the first book I have read by Diana Palmer, and probably the last. Too...
I cannot fathom any woman today with an ounce of integrity enjoying this book. The male main character was rude, verbally abusive, narcissistic and a snob. Verbal abuse and bullying are OUT! This is the first book I have read by Diana Palmer, and probably the last. Too predictable.

posted by Anonymous on July 21, 2008

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  • Posted September 28, 2011

    Great Book

    I think this was a great book. I don't agree that he was jerk. If you read the book the two main people both have very hard back grounds. Rog who killed people for a living and then to have his sister killed because of his job really made him lose himself. Plus to love somebody and take care of them for three years to have a man who left her take it all way leaves some pretty hard feelings on women and love. I think he was in love with Glory from the begining. I think the cruel things he said were to mask his true feelings. I am not sure making him a sappy puppy would have made Glory become the women she did at the end. Plus they built their relationship on lies. So if you look it in that way you can understand the harsh words and the rebuilding of Rog in the end. He is human and he loved Sirian. His job was a hard job to settle down and he thought she was perfect. Glory really didn't fit the mold. I love the love scenes. He was tender and made her feel wanted. Like I said most people who marry know everything. The point of story I think is being honest and upfront with your feelings or you get burnt and lose it all.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2008

    Not what I'd want in a man.

    Rodrigo was a self absorbed idiot! He kept using his past 'love' of another woman to continually tell himself that Gloryanne was 'beneath' him. If anything, he's beneath her. The last time I truly didn't care for a character from Diana Palmer was with Boss Man. The whole belittle of women idea is not what romance is about. The action was okay but the entire story was a bit predictable and not what I would expect from Diana Palmer.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2008

    Careless

    I have read all the Diana Palmer books but this was just careless. First, update the vocabulary. What men call women 'dishy' anymore? Come on. Also, Gloryanne is in top secret hiding from the evil Fuentes, yet she tells her doctor and cardiologist her entire sob story. And, then Consuelo takes a phone call, leaves, and then two gang members go after Gloryanne. Do they fire Cosuelo? Take her in for questioning? Oh, she has a rap sheet, too, yet is allowed to live in the same house as a protected witness. Please. Watch IN PLAIN SIGHT' for some tips.

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