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At The Midnight Hour
At The Midnight Hour
Author: Alicia Scott
ISBN-13: 9780373484546
ISBN-10: 0373484542
Publication Date: 9/1/2000
Pages: 250
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Publisher: Silhouette Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Elizabeth Guiness grew up in a small town with a wonderful family. She loves her parents and her brothers more than anything in the world. Liz even managed to marry her childhood sweetheart and than watch while he was gunned down in front of her. Now Liz wants to make a fresh start as a nanny and she believes the best way to do that is far away from her hometown. Her new charge is a precious six-year-old boy genius. Andrew has been through three nanny's already and is known for quoting morbid statistics twenty-four hours a day. Liz knows that her job will not be easy, but she is determined to try. Making her work even more difficult is Andrew's brilliant gorgeous father.
Richard Keaton may be the tenth smartest person in the world, but when it comes to his personal emotions he is completely shut down. Richard has been betrayed by almost everyone in his life. The last was his wife who cheated on him with almost every man within reach.
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A goth tale set in modern times, a retelling of an older classic. The heroine arrives at an intimidating house to care for a widower's child and ends up falling in love with the widower as well. Very well executed actually, despite its familiarity. Would make an excellent screenplay.