This was a great book that I really enjoyed as a follow up from Kiss & Tell. Suzanne Brockmann is a great author and I love her books. I enjoy the way she relinks the previous book and this one together so that you know what happened in the previous book.
Didn't think it was one of her best works.
A chase to solve a long-ago mystery sparks a sizzling attraction between old friends. He knew just the right moves to melt her resistance.
Cute little book about childhood friends. She has always loved him, but he's the town's bad boy and she's too straightlaced.
When he learns he may lose her forever, though, he finally sees her as someone he can't live without.
Not in Brockmann's usual style (no military) but a fun, quick read!
Private Detective Frankie Paresky has her first case--a client has hired her to find the missing heir to a priceless property. But there's one problem...Simon Hunt, her best friend's brother, insists on being Frankie's assistant. For Frankie, even Simon's knowledge of the island isn't worth the cost of dealing with his distracting good looks and overactive libido. But Simon is on a mission to prove he's not the man Frankie thinks he is.
This is another cute story in Brockmann's Sunrise Key series. The story was light and fast moving but I have to say I absolutely loved the ending with the notes in the diary. My rating: 4.5 Stars.
I have pretty much pretty much felt the same about most of these older books that have been re-released by Suzanne Brockmann. I have yet to be wowed, but they serve their purpose.
This is a fairly typical romance with few surprise. The couple gets from point A to point B fairly quickly and everyone lives happily ever after.
In the previous re-released books, the dialogue has been severely cringe worthy at times. With antiquated words and phrases I have only ever heard my grandmother mutter, it was really hard to get past the awkwardness. This book, happily, had only one of those moments for me. The dialogue wasn't bad at all.
This is one of those quick and light reads, perfect for an afternoon of escapism.
Cherise Everhard, March 2009
Another great Brockmann book
Please know that this book was sent to me with a library on top and bottom of book.
Good story though.