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The Last Key (Harlequin American Romance, No 69)
The Last Key - Harlequin American Romance, No 69
Author: Beverly Sommers
She held the secret to the last key... — After eight years, Toby had almost stopped expecting him. Hidden away in Key West, running a charter fishing boat, Toby had changed her hair, her clothes--even her walk. But when she saw Mac McQuade, she knew she had never been safe. — Toby. No birth certificate, no fingerprints on file, no identification a...  more
ISBN-13: 9780373160693
ISBN-10: 0373160690
Publication Date: 8/1/1984
Pages: 255
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Written in the mid-80's, some of the attitudes and technology is dated, but the plots and snappy repartee remain fresh. There's nothing wimpy about Beverly Sommer's heroines...

After eight years, Toby had almost stopped expecting him. Hidden away in Key West, running a chareter fish boat. Toby had changed her hair, her clothes, even her walk. But when she saw Mac McQuade, she knew she had never been safe...

Very good story, would never work now after 9/11. Not so easy to become another person...

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Heroine didn't know what she was getting into when she married her husband -- he turned out to be a control freak and a criminal. She ran away, as far away from him as she could get, to the Florida Keys. But it's hard to start a new life when you're constantly looking over your shoulder. An odd and engaging romance, part Sommers's characteristic warmth and humor, and partly a study of the corrosive effect of fear and insecurity on a woman's personality. Memorable.


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