by Tracie Peterson


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Framed by Tracie Peterson

Journalist Gabrielle Fleming reluctantly agrees to a tour of Great Britain when her sister suggests the trip as the basis for a series of travel articles. But Gabby's plans change dramatically when she finds herself saddled with photographer Jarod Walls, whose determined style initially clashes with her own.

Gabby's annoyance heightens when Janice continually forsakes her companionship to seek the tour director's attention—and Gabby's suspicions continue to rise when she overhears discussions concerning enormous money exchanges. Confused by the alliance her sister is forming and by Jarod's obvious interest, Gabby is hesitant to trust anyone.

Unwittingly entwined in a maze of international intrigue, Gabby's simple assignment explodes into much more when her very life—and the life of her sister—hangs in the balance.

Tracie Peterson has authored over twenty-five novels, spanning both the contemporary and historical arenas. Her love of intrigue is woven within many of her books, including a precious Portraits novel, Entangled. Her latest historical venture is a bestselling series with Judith Pella, titled RIBBONS OF STEEL.

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ISBN-13: 9781556619922
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Publication date: 03/01/1998
Series: Portraits Series
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 5.53(w) x 8.31(h) x 0.73(d)

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Framed 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I m a little disappointed with the book. I actually was intrigued when I read the sample and decided to buy it. However, I found it slow to start. And, honestly, I eaas somewhat annoyed about the romance part of two of the characters which, I felt, took away from the mystery. I would have enjoyed it more if the mystery part of the book would have had more mystery and the romantic notions would have taken a back seat. It seemed the two stories in the book were in competition so I didnt get much out of either. This really could be a nail biting kinda mystery. As it is, it was an entertaining book, a little on the boring and predictable side as far as the romance goes. I kept sticking with it, thinking it would get better but it didnt. I would not pay for this book again. Too bad bc other books I have read from this author were fabulous!