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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 December 9, 2008

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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 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

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 22, 2010

    Good Read

    I don't believe that explicit sex really adds to a story. Diana Palmer walks very close to the line weaving tension in with sex. I picked this because I was in the mood for a Western, cowboy book, missing my own wandering cowboy. It's not a Western, ignore the cover, but it is full on intrigue and suspense. The only part I would re-write are words spoken can never be taken back (I won't spoil it for you). There are some things that can never be recovered from, but this is fantasy so there is a happy ending. I wasn't looking for realism so it worked for me. I enjoyed the book and was late to work because I couldn't put it down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2009

    Fearless

    This book was a decent read.

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  • Posted August 24, 2009

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    Romance and Suspense At Their Best

    I've been a Diana Palmer fan for years and Fearless is certainly a treasure among her finest novels. Gloryanne Barnes knew too much about a local drug lord. It was time for her to shed her fashionable clothes and makeup and try to "disappear" in the small town of Jacobsville, Texas. There, she would just be one of the hired hands.

    What Glory didn't count on was dark and dangerous-looking Rodrigo Ramirez, her employer at the ranch. Ramirez took over a room as soon as he crossed the threshold. Just being in the same house with the large man made Glory's blood pressure rise, a dangerous occurrence with her frail health. Again and again, the pair danced around each other as the ruthless drug lord slowly tightened the circle of adversaries around their throats. Who was a friend and who the enemy? Even worse, Glory began to wonder if it was possible to fall in love with the very man who just might be plotting to kill her. Filled with a delightful combination of suspense and romance, Fearless will keep you guessing until the final pages.

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