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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

A winner

At the urgings of her mother, boarding schoolteacher Jamie Kincaid drives from her Rhode Island home to Cooperstown, Wisconsin to learn what happened to her cousin, Nate. Officially, Nate was found murdered in the garage of his best friend Dillon Gaynor.

Jamie¿s ...

At the urgings of her mother, boarding schoolteacher Jamie Kincaid drives from her Rhode Island home to Cooperstown, Wisconsin to learn what happened to her cousin, Nate. Officially, Nate was found murdered in the garage of his best friend Dillon Gaynor.

Jamie¿s car breaks down near Dillon¿s establishment, forcing him to provide hospitality to her. She stays under his hostile roof with her money and credit cards soon missing and while she waits for her vehicle to be repaired. Only his ¿pal¿ Mousy treats her nice. Still though a dozen years have passed since they last saw one another the attraction between the daughter of wealth and the bad boy blossoms into an adult love. However, the specter of Nate and the more to life that her mother the ¿duchess¿ espouses stands in the way of anything permanent.

This is an entertaining romantic suspense with a hint of supernatural happenings (read the novel to determine if it is a ghost or not). The story line is exciting, but the audience will become a bit irritated with Dillon¿s consistent nasty behavior towards Jamie. Still Anne Stuart provides a solid tale that will please her fans that will only want the best for the warm heroine.

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posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Smutty, instead of romantic

A year after learning of her beloved cousin's death in an apparent drug deal gone amiss, Jamie is sent to find answers by her aunt on a quest that will lead her face to face with the man who found Nate's body, Dillon Gaynor. The two have a highly charged history dating ...
A year after learning of her beloved cousin's death in an apparent drug deal gone amiss, Jamie is sent to find answers by her aunt on a quest that will lead her face to face with the man who found Nate's body, Dillon Gaynor. The two have a highly charged history dating back twelve years to when she was an innocent, but he has always been a bad boy. .............. The tension between them is charged with a sexual energy that is palpable, and though they fight and snipe at each other to avoid it, they can not ignore what is between them. Yet even as they hover around each other, a vengeful 'ghost' watches, bent on revenge. .......... ** In a blend of Stephen King and Anne Rice, this novel attempts to widen Ms. Stuart's audience in a steamy tale with no redeeming characters or qualities. Instead of romantic, it comes off as smutty, overriding what could be a genuinely suspenseful story to become nothing more than a nearly pornographic semi-horror story. **

posted by Anonymous on June 11, 2003

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