Book Reviews of Amber by Night

Amber by Night
Amber by Night
Author: Sharon Sala
ISBN-13: 9780373764952
ISBN-10: 0373764952
Publication Date: 3/1/2003
Pages: 192
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 69 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Interesting story concept. I really enjoyed Amelia/Amber's personality. Tyler turns out to be quite a determined person while knowing all of Amber's history.
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Helpful Score: 2
for a small book it carries a lot of story. I had to get an extra copy for my keeper shelf.
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Helpful Score: 1
enjoyable, but light reading. Must have been one of the first books written by this author.
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Helpful Score: 1
Another great book by Sharon Sala!
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Helpful Score: 1
This story was cute and had potential, but could have ended a lot sooner than it did. A big deal was made out of nothing (the Amber by night part) for much longer than necessary. It took me longer to finish this one than usual, because I could read two pages (literally!) and have no problems setting it aside to do something else and not worry about coming back to find out what would happen next. Call me a picky reader, but I won't lie and say this book satisfied my expectations.
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From nine to five, she was Amelia Beauchamp, typical small-town librarian. But when the sun went down, she was miniskirt-clad cocktail waitress Amber Champion. And she\'d caught the eye of the town\'s biggest rake, Tyler Savage. The name said it all -- and this was one Savage, \"Amber\" knew, who would never be interested in her if he knew who she really was. She had to keep playing the game . . .

AMBER BY NIGHT

Or did she? Tyler, it turned out, was well aware that proper Amelia and flirtatious Amber were one and the same -- and he was having a fine old time playing along. And as for romantic dinners and long, moonlit nights together, really, they were all part of the game. One which he had every intention of turning into reality .
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Cute story! Love just about everything Sharon Sala writes.
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good quick read
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Enjoyable romance book. Easy and quick read.
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Story centers around lovely young woman raised by restricitve but doting spinster aunts (are there any other kind?). She outwardly accepts their smothering while hatching a simple plot: to make enough money to buy a car so she can be independent. Now, where can she get a job and make the kind of money she needs in a sleepy old southern town?
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from the back cover:

Amelia by Day

From nine to five she was Amelia Beauchamp, typical small-town librarian. But when the sun went down, she was miniskirt-clad cocktail waitress Amber Champion. And she'd caught the eye of the town's biggest rake, Tyler Savage. The name said it all-and this was one Savage, "Amber" knew, who would never be interested in her if he knew who she really was. She had to keep playing the game...

Amber by night

Or did she? Tyler, it turned out, was well aware that proper Amelia and flirtatious Amber were one and the same-and he was having a fine old time playing along. And as for romantic dinners and long, moonlit nights together, really, they were all part of the game. One which he had every intention of turning into reality...
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I loved the way Tyler accepted the importance of Amelia's great-Aunts in her life. That she would be a "package-deal". "Three women for the price of loving one" was how he put it, I think. The personalities of the 2 edlerly maiden aunts really made this book. I have a couple in my own family who are similar to this. They can be hilarious sometimes. The only fault I really had was I didn't truly understand why it was so hard for her to admit to Tyler that she and Amber were one and the same. I mean it wan't a life or death issue or something. Other than that, it's a great read.