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About the Book. Places Florida. Nochnye shorokhi , AST. Night whispers , Pocket Books. Night whispers , Wheeler Pub. Night whispers Publish date unknown, Pocket Books. Nochnye shorokhi , AST in Russian. Libraries near you: WorldCat Library. I pretty much liked all of the characters except, of course, Carter and cared about them. I felt a lot of apprehension throughout at how hurt certain characters were going to be when the truth unraveled.
It turns out one of the characters was actually in Perfect and I didn't realize until it was explained at the end of the book I read Perfect two years ago but I definitely remember them from that book. I'm not sure why, but it excited me to no end to find that out. I actually want to read that book again now. The only things I didn't like were that Sloan continually felt the need to make people feel better about Carter.
Screw that asshole! He should have everyone hate him. There's no excuse for what he did. Especially blaming it on his mommy. He was a grown ass man. And the ending dropped the ball.
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I wanted, no I think we needed, more of that final scene. There needed to be more words between them. That epilogue was utterly useless. The first part was a total waste of irrelevant words and there were just a lot of things that were left unmentioned and questions unanswered. I might have been able to deal with that if it just ended with the last chapter, but with that epilogue I would expect to know much more than we were given. It felt really rushed, like she had to turn it in in a half hour and just typed up something really quickly.
Down from four for the pacing and that ending. Mar 06, Jenny rated it liked it Shelves: adult , suspense. Sloan is one of those heroines that, based on the blurb on back of the book, you're pretty sure you're going to hate. She's blonde, gorgeous, has no idea she's gorgeous, rescues children, kites, puppies, and old ladies, and can kick your butt if she feels the need.
Sloan is very happy being a policewoman a very beloved policewoman - see aforementioned children, kites, puppies, and old ladies in her small town whe her Sloan is one of those heroines that, based on the blurb on back of the book, you're pretty sure you're going to hate. Sloan is very happy being a policewoman a very beloved policewoman - see aforementioned children, kites, puppies, and old ladies in her small town whe her father calls her out of the blue.
As it happens, Sloan has never met her uber-wealthy father - he abandoned her mother while she was pregnant with our heroine and tricked her into signing away all rights to their older daughter, Paris. So Sloan has no desire nor intention of reconciling with the man You see, her father is under suspician of What is our poor heroine to do but pretend to be an airheaded interior designer and try to make nice with her coldly perfect society sister and possibly criminal and nonetheless still despised father.
And the ridiculously handsome and even-more-ridiculously wealthy neighbor makes things even more interesting A decently-crafted bit of romantic suspense. And I didn't want to throttle either hero or heroine when I was finished Score one for McNaught. Aug 09, O rated it it was amazing.
I grew up on harlequin romances! All that to intro this book. I thought it a my I grew up on harlequin romances!
I thought it a mystery romance But it was ensconced in this beautifully wholesome package of wonderful writing, and loveable characters, that by the time I realized what was taking place, I was hapless to put the book down. I simply enjoyed this book! Sloan may read like a girl scout barbie come to life, but she is just so darn adorable and likeable, you just can't resist the pull to love her too!!
It isn't complicated and inundated when far fetched plot twists I tell you this book was like a slice of homemade apple pie! Oct 05, Jana rated it it was ok Shelves: contemporary-romance. I didn't work out because of numerous reasons. One, this is late McNaught work where she couldn't fill her stories adequately.
Was she rushed by her publisher, did she feel she was neglecting her personal life while developing this story, was she frustrated because she felt like her inspiration lost her? Three love stories together, none of them worked. Sloan and Noah, not believable but believable, but truly in the end really not believable. Paris and FBI agent, no. And Sloan's friend and the p I didn't work out because of numerous reasons. And Sloan's friend and the policeman Jess. Uff, sick to my stomach no. I love McNaught because she left this huge legacy that I adore so I don't really mind that some of her books are this bad, because I've spent so many hours enjoying those ones which are exquisite.
What I attach with her name is feeling of warmth and deep appreciation. In a way, she is a synonym for a book home. Dec 24, Zoe rated it liked it Shelves: simon-and-schuster.
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The beginning was atrocious -- sappy, 2D, like an amateur, fake opening. I felt like gagging. But I kept reading, and I was glad I did so. Not as good as some of her others -- there was a plot hole or two, the male lead was exactly like all of her others, which is getting dull, etc. But there were some good characters, as well, especially Courtney. My brain is mushier than a day ago, which was exactly my intent.
These books are meant to be read for pure entertainment and fluff, and that's the way The beginning was atrocious -- sappy, 2D, like an amateur, fake opening. These books are meant to be read for pure entertainment and fluff, and that's the way you have to approach them. No great literary content here, but good fun, and a reliable happy-ever-after. Nov 01, Brenda Britton rated it it was amazing. I love JM books so I loved this one.