Book Reviews of Night Fever

Night Fever
Night Fever
Author: Diana Palmer
ISBN-13: 9780373770755
ISBN-10: 0373770758
Publication Date: 12/1/2005
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 35 ratings
Publisher: HQN Books
Book Type: Hardcover
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At the tender age of twenty-four, Rebecca Cullen found life much too complicated. She worked a full-time job, raised her two teenage brothers, supported her retired grandfather and tended to their Georgia farm. When her troubled brother Clay was arrested on drug charges, Rebecca's life suddenly gegan to come apart at the seams. The last thing she needed was the district attorney on the case to be arrogant, rude - and the hansomest man she'd ever seen. As passions flared between them, innocent Rebecca dared to hope that her narrow world might finally be opening up to include someone like Rourke- but is the man she's falling in love with just using her to pursue a drug dealer? Now Rebecca will have to decide which is stronger: Rourks's passsion for the law - or her.
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Very Good
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LOVED IT
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I liked most books I've read from this author. This one was good as well, but the cigar smoking got to me. You can tell this happened during the early 90's before non-smoking became poltically correct.
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Rebecca Cullen didn"t want to fall in love with Rourke Kilpatrick. At 24, she was raising her two brothers and working their Georgia farm with no time for a personal life. Until her brother was arrested on drug charges and she was forced to spend a lot of time with D.A. Kilpatrick.
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Great book. Loved the way Rourke accepted Becky for the person she was. He wasn't ashamed of the fact she was very poor and had no problem pursuing her in public view despite his own obvious wealth and public status as a DA. Really enjoyed this one.

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This was probally one of the best Diana Palmer ive read. It started out slow, but the ending made up for it, so sweet. It is a very steamy read with sex scenes. The hero wasnt a butthead as the usual Palmer characters, but the herione was very green about life in general. I really enjoyed this book alot.
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Diana Palmer aka Susan Kyle