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Truth and Dare

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  • Posted May 10, 2011

    are you kidding me??

    Apparently the author LOVES the tv show Bones, because she pretty well co-opted Kathy Reilly's character "Temperance Brennan" to create her own character of "Patience McGee" (first name is a virtue, last name is Irish). Even claims that "Patience McGee" is a world-renowned forensic anthropologist (just like T. B. of Bones), prolific author, consulting in murder cases around the world, guest professor at various universities..... ALL taken from the TV show Bones. I'm hardly 2 chapters in, and it looks like the ONLY thing this author didn't steal from the "Bones" Tv who is the character "Seeley Booth" and the Jeffersonian museum..... Though the "Stonegate Agency" of the book sounds like it may well be based on the Jeffersonian Museum from "Bones." Don't think I'll be finishing this book, and I'm heartily disappointed that this author couldn't come up with her own unique character, so decided to steal one from an already popular TV show, rename her, and throw her into a sex-book. And hey, I'm all for some great sex, but at least keep the story unique.

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  • Posted April 28, 2011

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    an exhilarating investigative romance

    Two decades ago Randall abandoned his family in Phosphor County. He never came home. Now the Phosphor County Sheriff informs Randall's son that his father was murdered twenty years ago with his bones just found by hikers in a shallow grave. Stonegate Investigative Agency Forensic anthropologist Dr. Patience McGee offers to investigate the homicide. However, the victim's son Cade wants the case to remain closed while the rancher's grandmother allows Patience to stay at her B&B.

    Cade refuses to assist Patience but admires her spunk while she thinks he is a hunk. Unable to stay on the sidelines after her dare, Cade joins Patience as she works his father's cold case homicide. Meanwhile as they go from attraction to lust to love, someone wants to prevent case solved.

    The third "Dare" SIA tale (see Take me If You Dare and See Who Dares, Wins) is an exhilarating investigative romance as the cold case murder of his father brings the lead couple together. The story line is fast-paced while the inquiry upsets local sensitivities. Although a subplot involving her kidnapped brother Jeremy is a distractor, fans will enjoy this entertaining whodunit romance.

    Harriet Klausner

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