Book Reviews of Darkling I Listen

Darkling I Listen
Darkling I Listen
Author: Katherine Sutcliffe
ISBN-13: 9780515131529
ISBN-10: 0515131520
Publication Date: 9/1/2001
Pages: 480
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 40 ratings
Publisher: Jove
Book Type: Paperback
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Cast of likable characters, emotional love story with a tortured hero and one of the most lovable heroine... Goodness, this was a remarkable book. You wont be able to put it down!
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This is my favorite Katherine Sutcliffe. A dark love story with a sexy, tortured hero. Love it. A keeper for me.
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One of the finest suspense novels of its kind!
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Very good suspense
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sutcliff is a wonderful writer. She grips you from the first page and never lets go.
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In this suspenseful novel, author Katherine Sutcliffe takes you to the very edge of fear, and into the desperate throes of desire.
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This is my favorite Katherine Sutcliffe. A dark love story. This is a keeper for me.
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haunted by rumors that destroyed his acting career ,hollywood bad boy brandon carlyle returns to his hometown of ticky creek, texas.
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Boozing, brawling and a three-year stint in the state pen for manslaughter have left Brandon Carlyle's movie career in shambles. After being released from prison, the Hollywood bad boy seeks refuge on his aunt and uncle's farm in Ticky Creek, Tex., but he quickly discovers that he can't hide from the ghosts of his past: a stalker named Anticipating is sending him threatening letters, and the corrupt town sheriff is determined to put him back in the slammer. In addition, Brandon must fend off the sheriff's sister, who believes she's the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe, and the advances of a sexy, underage Wal-Mart checker. When beautiful tabloid reporter Alyson James stumbles onto his property claiming that she intends to write his autobiography, Brandon realizes that he may have found the woman he can settle down with, but first he must contend with Anticipating. Sutcliffe (Fever, etc) captures the atmosphere of this backwater town and engages readers with her convincing cast of oddball characters. Although the stalker's identity is never a mystery, readers will enjoy watching this tangled web unravel