Book Reviews of Faces of a Clown

Faces of a Clown
Faces of a Clown
Author: Stella Cameron
ISBN-13: 9780373836031
ISBN-10: 0373836031
Publication Date: 4/1/2004
Pages: 304
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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I really liked the storyline. Cameron starts a trilogy with this book.
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This novel was a good read, very interesting with some of the twists. Having just taken a Writing the Romance class, the language may be a little bit old, but it still makes many good points.
A minor note: Harlequin has just reprinted the novel under the name Stella Cameron, who with Virginia Myers was one of the two authors who collaborated under the pseudonym Jane Worth Abbott.
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Torn apart by the past

Laura Fenton last saw her friend, lawyer Mark Hunt, in a courtroom. Mark had been seeking a criminal conviction against Laura in the accidental death of his father her uncles law partner. The case had been thrown out, and Laura had moved away, escaping the pain and guilt by building a new life for herself entertaining children.

Now the past could bring them together

Five years later, Mark was out to find Laura. Her uncle had died and shed inherited his half of the law firm. Mark still blamed Laura for his fathers tragic death.

But now, seeing Laura again, Mark blamed himself for ever having let her go.