Book Reviews of Midnight Star (Star, Bk 2)

Midnight Star (Star, Bk 2)
Midnight Star - Star, Bk 2
Author: Catherine Coulter
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780451216083
ISBN-10: 0451216083
Publication Date: 7/5/2005
Pages: 464
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 23 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Paperback
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Second in Star series
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I was unable to put this book down. It went everywhere with me so I could steal a few moments to read it. Catherine Coulter did a wonderful job bringing the hero and herione alive in my mind. The ending left me wanting more.
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MIDNIGHT STAR, the second book of the STAR QUARTET:
This is the story of Delaney Saxton, a man who struck it rich in the California gold rush of 1849 and stayed to build a great city, and Chauncey Fitzhugh, an heiress from England who travels to San Francisco to avenge her father. She believes Delaney Saxton ruined him and plans to destroy Saxton in the same way he destroyed her father--leaving him betrayed and penniless. But her prey isn't what she expected. He is charming, too handsome for his own good, rich--and elusive as a wisp of smoke. As for Chauncey, as bright and creative as she is, she can't come up with a plan to ruin him financially until, quite by accident, she is hurt and ends up in his bed and in his care. Naturally, one thing leads to another.

Chauncey gains what she wants, but soon the tables are turned. These two strong-willed people must overcome their distrust of each other and deal with a relentless killer from halfway across the world.

You'll also meet Brent Hammond and Saint Morris, the two lovely men from the final "QAUADRUPLETS" - Wild Star and Jade Star
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Great read.
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Chauncey travels from England to avenge her father only her prey is not what she expects. Her plans are not easy to follow and go totaly awire when she ends up hurt and under his care
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This is the story of Delaney Saxton, a man who struck it rich in the California gold rush of 1849 and stayed to build a great city, and Chauncey FitzHugh, an heiress from England who travels to San Francisco to avenge her father's death. She believes Delaney Saxton ruined him and she plans to destroy Saxton in the same way...
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Really loved this book, love everything by this author
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Second in the star quartet-from the New York Times bestselling author.

An heiress from England comes to San Francisco to ruin the man she thinks destroyed her father-only to wind up in his care and in his bed.
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Second book in the Star series. After Evening Star
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Second in the star quartet-from the New York Times bestselling author.

An heiress from England comes to San Francisco to ruin the man she thinks destroyed her father-only to wind up in his care and in his bed.
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If you are looking for a diversion on a rainy afternoon, this is the book for you. I bought the book in an airport when I was stuck waiting for a delayed flight, and it really made the time fly. The characters were realistic and not at all like the usual "oh, he is so handsome, so I will fall for him" sort that so many romance authors seem to create. The characters really seemed to struggle with the issues including Chauncey's need for revenge against the man she thought caused her father's death and Delaney's curiosity at her distance. The end was exciting, though the very end seemed to just lose a little steam. If you are looking for a diversion, this is a worthwhile escape for a few hours.
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Second in the star quartet-from the New York Times bestselling author.

An heiress from England comes to San Francisco to ruin the man she thinks destroyed her father-only to wind up in his care and in his bed.
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great book
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Follow up great! Good story line.
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The second of the four "Star" novels.
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This is the story of Delaney Saxton, a man who struck it rich in the California gold rush of 1849 and stayed to build a great city, and Chauncey Fitzhugh, an heiress from England who travels to San Francisco to avenge her father. She beleives Delaney Saxton ruined him and plans to destroy Saxton in the same way he destroyed her father--leaving him betrayed and penniless.
But her prey isn't what she expected. He's charming, too handsome for his own good, rich-and elusive as a wisp of smoke. As for Chauncey, as bright and creative as she is, she can't come up with a plan to ruin him financially until, quite by accident, she is hurt and ends up in his bed and in his care. Naturally, one thing leads to another.
Chauncey gains what she wants, but soon the tables are turned. These two strong-willed people must overcome their distrust of each other and deal with a relentless killer from halfway across the world.
You'll also meet Brent Hammond and Saint Morris, the two lovely men from the final "Quadruplets".
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From Library Journal
Two stories about romance on the rocks, served with a twist of intrigue. Connections follows Fleur Stockley's fight to make a comeback after her boyfriend bankrupts her company and dumps her. She does rebuild, but her success comes at a high price as she is drawn into a world of deceit and corruption. Coulter borrows from the Montagues and the Capulets as English heiress Chauncey Fitzhugh travels to the United States to take revenge on the scoundrel who ruined her father financially but instead finds herself falling for him.
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Book Description
Second in the star quartet-from the New York Times bestselling author.

An heiress from England comes to San Francisco to ruin the man she thinks destroyed her father-only to wind up in his care and in his bed.
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