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Neanderthals are extinct ... aren't they? Smart, sophisticated modern day Vivian thinks they are. Then why is she falling hopelessly in love with him?
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Competitors!

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Overview

Neanderthals are extinct ... aren't they? Smart, sophisticated modern day Vivian thinks they are. Then why is she falling hopelessly in love with him?
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Editorial Reviews

Anya Khan
This was a very creative look at could have happened to the Neanderthals. All the characters provide a full array of personalities that keeps the book interesting. The romance is based on the strong sexual tension and emotional pull between that Max and Vivianne. While the physical aspects are primarily left to the reader's imagination, their feelings are openly demonstrated. The numerous subplots move the story, and support the romantic plotline.
Anne K. Edwards
A fun read I recommend to anyone who enjoys something different, something that offers a new outlook and new background for the characters. This tale fits into many genres and will provide hours of pleasant reading. Talented author Susanne Marie Knight gives us a multi-layered story and a new look at the mystery of the Neanderthal's disappearance. Or did they? Enjoy, I did.
Janet Davies
4.5 stars! If you enjoy books that are beyond the normal, then I would recommend Competitors! It's a fresh, unique romance that is kind of sweet and overwhelmingly passionate.
Joy Calderwood
Author Susanne Marie Knight has done a convincing job of making the exotic Max as hypnotic and flat-out irresistible as he needs to be, to accomplish everything he is called upon to do. Max isn't only a sex hunk, he is smooth, educated, and well traveled. He can communicate mentally, and his sense of smell gives new definition to the word 'intimate.' Knight will have readers knocking on her door asking where they can get their own Neanderthals....
RIP Reviewer
Competitors! is a fast paced read, with a very well written cast of characters that support and play up each other. Good attention paid to the details, so one can understand the differences between the characters and the races involved. Susanne Knight has granted her audience fantasy and mystery combined with a science fictional blend along with a romantic edge to satisfy most any readers taste.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781587495991
  • Publisher: Awe-Struck E-Books
  • Publication date: 2/2/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 563 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2007

    Something to Think About

    Is it perhaps possible that the Neanderthals still live among us? What would they be like? How would they act? Do they look like the long armed, slump shouldered beings as drawn by artists? Vivianne Quinn is about to find out as she recovers from a tragic car accident. She has moved into her brother's apartment while he's on a book tour and just trying to get her life back together when she meets Max Vogelherd who makes inquiries about her brother and an associate of his who has recently come into possession of a Neanderthal skull. She has to fight the powerful effect this man has on her and doesn't understand how she could be so drawn to a complete stranger. How does it happen she's agreed to take care of his cat? A series of unsettling events put Vivianne on guard, and alert her policeman brother Donovan that she could be in danger. He isn't sure he trusts this new man in his sisters's life. And Max, the mystery man, has mystery of his own unfolding. How is it he is becoming so enamored of the woman he's just met? He knows it can impact his task so what can he do? A fun read I recommend to anyone who enjoys something different, something that offers a new outlook and new background for the characters. This tale fits into many genres and will provide hours of pleasant reading. Talented author Susanne Marie Knight gives us a multi-layered story and a new look at the mystery of the Neanderthal's disappearance. Or did they? Enjoy, I did.

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