Book Reviews of Roomful of Roses (Silhouette Romance #301)

Roomful of Roses (Silhouette Romance #301)
Roomful of Roses - Silhouette Romance #301
Author: Diana Palmer
ISBN-13: 9781551666419
ISBN-10: 1551666413
Publication Date: 1/1/2000
Pages: 248
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Is she about to marry the wrong man? Journalist Wynn Ascot liked small-town news reporting, but she understood the drive that took McCabe Foxe all over the world, courting danger in the searchfor good stories. Sidelined by a sniper's bullet, McCabe comes home, where he's too close for Wynn's comfort. McCabe is as dangerous as he is exciting for Wynn-a woman who's about to marry another man. And now she has to dig deep to find the truth...in her own heart.
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I loved it
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LOVE DIANA PALMER!!
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nice romance
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Despite her better judgment, a small-town journalist finds herself falling in love with a colleague whose only passion is a good story, and when he is wounded by a sniper's bullet the situation comes to a head.
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The story line, though simple, still has some slight relevance in today's soceity. Small town reporter vs big time foreign correspondance. Both have an attraction with each other that goes way back. Throw in a big age difference and different goals in life--career vs marriage, complicate matters by tossing in a fiance, stir things up with morals, values,...

One of the greatest solution ever discovered by mankind: Compromise. But the "who, how and what", readers will just have to find out on their own.