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I'll Be Watching You

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 15, 2007

    What a mind blower

    This book was very well written. I did not want to put is down. Very good plot twists. I can't wait to read some of her other books. Especially if they are just like this one or better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2006

    You Have to read it!!!!!!

    Its hard for me to give any book 5 stars. However this book it awesome. Taylor is very headstrong and such a good heroine, however there were times I found her to be stubborn but I got past it. Reed makes a great companion for Taylor. The twist on the story and the killer was such a great ending. I definately recommend it such a great book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2005

    Classic Andrea Kane

    This book was not her other contemporary romantic suspense genres it kept me reading and enjoying the exchanges/interplays w/characters. I would (like a previous reviewer stated) like to see her heroine in the future have a teensy little flaw rather than being so perfect.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2005

    I'll Be Watching You

    After being nearly raped by her beloved cousin's boyfriend, Taylor Halstead is shocked, relieved, and grief stricken hours later to learn that the man was blown up in a boating accident, unfortunately, her cousin was with him. That should have ended her ordeal, but it only began it. Weeks later, a stalker attaches himself to her, and then she sees the man who assaulted her, Gordan Mallory. However, it is not Gordon, but his identical twin, Jonathan. He is as determined to get to know her as she is to avoid him. Then, the terror begins to escalate; people are murdered, and Jonathan is the best suspect, placing the new man in Taylor's life, Reed Weston in a most difficult position. He finds himself acting as defense attorney to the man she fears. ....................................... **** From the outset, the suspense will hold you on the edge of your seat. This is not your standard good twin, bad twin book- it is much more complex and well done than that. Andrea Kane has definitely made her mark as a queen of suspense. ****

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2005


    Tony nominee and Obie Award winner Linda Emond gives another award worthy performance as she relates a story which is part every woman's nightmare and part every woman's dream. How would you feel if you had already been the victim of an attempted rape and then opened your email one day to find a terrifying one line message: 'I'll be watching you....'? Probably every bit as frightened as protagonist Taylor Haltead. A psychologist and radio talk show host Taylor is well familiar with the seamier side of life, and now it seems that this darkness may engulf her. Cousin Stephanie's boyfriend, Gordon, attempted to violate Taylor in her own apartment. She was saved by the ringing of her doorbell. (When an attempted rape is the opening scene, you know you're in for a fast paced listen!) Not too long after this attack both Gordon and Stephanie are killed in a boating accident. Or, so it appears. Taylor is being stalked, but by whom? Gordon does have a twin brother, Jonathan; might he be the one. Soon, Taylor is consumed by fear and runs to handsome attorney Reed Watson for protection, solace (and great sex). At this point, she doesn't know who she can believe or if that really matters because whoever is after her is coming closer and closer.

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