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As the pampered daughter of one of Spring Creek's most prestigious southern families, Ella Porter has lived her entire lifeon the straight-and-narrow. And being "good" has kept Ella safe and sane—until now. Suggestive yet ominious letters have been arriving at her office with alarming frequency. Letters that remind herof the disturbing ones she used to get from Reed Conway—the hellraiser she knew from childhood—after her father prosecuted him for murder. Now Reed's been released fromprison, and though Ella finds ...
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Overview

As the pampered daughter of one of Spring Creek's most prestigious southern families, Ella Porter has lived her entire lifeon the straight-and-narrow. And being "good" has kept Ella safe and sane—until now. Suggestive yet ominious letters have been arriving at her office with alarming frequency. Letters that remind herof the disturbing ones she used to get from Reed Conway—the hellraiser she knew from childhood—after her father prosecuted him for murder. Now Reed's been released fromprison, and though Ella finds herself wanting to believe his claims of innocence, she's getting closer than a "good girl" ever should to a man with such a bad reputation...

Reed Conway is on a mission: to find out who really murdered his stepfather. But someone wants to interfere—someone determined to send Reed right back to prison for a brand-new crime. They've made it look like he's still a threat to Ella Porter and her family, when the truth is, the more he sees Ella, the more desperately he wants her. But his attempts to prove his innocence have put both their lives in heopardy...because whoever is stalking Ella will stop at nothing—including murder...

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Beverly Barton is right on target with her exhilarating blend of romantic suspense and southern sultriness in Every Move She Makes. Everyone knows that a Southern girl from a good family should keep her distance from a bad boy like Reed Conway, but the sexy ex-con is hard to resist. Ella Porter, adopted daughter of Alabama senator Webb Porter, knows that giving in to temptation could be dangerous to more than just her reputation. Years ago, just after Reed was convicted of murdering his stepfather, he sent her strange, troubling letters from prison, and now, right after his release, letters start coming again. Yet when Ella (who may have been raised to be a lady but is no coward) confronts Reed, he denies writing them and insists that he was innocent of the murder as well. Reed swears that if they can find the person behind the letters, they'll also find the real murderer and prove that Reed was framed for the crime. Before Ella can wonder who decided that she and Reed should be an investigative team, she and her self-proclaimed partner are passionately involved in a search that leads them ever deeper into danger and desire.
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Hot, steamy nights and dark family secrets abound in Barton's (The Protectors, etc.) suspenseful but somewhat convoluted romantic melodrama. When he was 18 years old, handsome bad boy Reed Conway was convicted of a crime he didn't commit killing his abusive stepfather, Junior Blalock. Out on parole after 15 years and back in his hometown of Spring Creek, Ala., Reed is determined to find the real murderer. But it seems everyone had a reason to kill Junior, including Senator Web Porter, the man who prosecuted Reed when he was the county DA. Meanwhile, the murderer, aware of the danger posed by Reed's probing, arranges events that will put the parolee back in the slammer. Complicating matters further is Reed's attraction to Web's daughter, taciturn Ella Porter. Ella is drawn to Reed's raw strength, and together the two overcome their vastly different backgrounds, join forces and try to find the real killer. The narrative's myriad subplots including a romance between Reed's mother and Web, and a sibling rivalry between Ella's aunt and mother may overwhelm the reader, but the novel's sizzling sexual chemistry and high suspense will satisfy sunbathers longing for sultry poolside reading. (Sept.) Forecast: Romances set in the South, especially those with a high sensuality quotient, are in high demand. Barton's latest will appeal to fans of Olga Bicos and Lisa Jackson and will likely garner respectable sales. Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780821780183
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 6/1/2006
  • Series: Zebra Romantic Suspense Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reissue
  • Pages: 416
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.90 (h) x 1.17 (d)

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  • Posted June 25, 2012

    SEXY AS HELL

    LOVE THIS STORY, VERY SEXY

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  • Posted May 28, 2011

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    Not one of her best

    I usually like all of Beverly Barton's books but not this one. No time was spent trying to find the real killer. I almost gave up but after a point I was curious who the killer was. This entire book was based on dysfunctional relationships...... Ellas's parents, her aunt and uncle, Reed's mother and sister. Never was time spent on trying to figure out who framed Reed. If you like suspense don't bother......if you want to read about sex then this your book.

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  • Posted May 3, 2011

    Not a winner this time

    Up until this book I have thoroughly enjoyed and loved all of the Beverly Barton books I've read. I've read at least 4 of her other novels. This one is weak. The main character is supposed to be a Judge and yet there is no way that by reading how this character was written that anyone would buy in a million years that she was a Judge. The characters,storyline and writing was weak and predictable. Not a winner this time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2008

    very disapointing

    i love beverly barton. i think she is a wonderful writer,and i have a lot of her books. but i have to say i was dissapointed to read this book most of what it was was sex and cheating. no suspense. i really did not like this book.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Exciting romantic suspense

    After fifteen years of being locked up in the Donaldson Correctional Facility for the murder of his odious stepfather, a crime he insists he never committed, the state of Alabama frees Reed Conway. Upon returning to his hometown of Spring Creek, his mother and his shy stepsister warmly welcome him. His mother works as a housekeeper to the in-laws of Senator Webb Porter, who resided on the bench when Reed was convicted of murder. Webb¿s wife Carolyn is very upset with the parole of Reed. <P>Webb¿s daughter, Judge Ella Porter, receives an unsigned ¿love letter¿ that is similar to the ones Reed sent her fifteen years ago. Ella confronts Reed, but he insists he did not write nor send the letter and that the two he sent her fifteen years ago were out of rage at her father. Ella and Reed fall in love even as an unknown assailant begins a campaign of terror to frighten her so she will turn to her father so he can insure Reed returns to prison. <P> EVERY MOVE SHE MAKES is a breathless regional romantic suspense novel with two star-crossed lovers having no chance of making it together due to a shared past and an unknown villain. The story line is crisp, but employs a questionable twist to keep the villain out of the mind¿s of the reader though in plain sight. Still, sub-genre fans will enjoy Beverly Barton¿s exciting tale that never slows down for a moment. <P>Harriet Klausner

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