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Shadow Dance (Buchanan-Renard, Bk 6)
Shadow Dance - Buchanan-Renard, Bk 6
Author: Julie Garwood
Jordan Buchanan is thrilled that her brother and best friend are tying the knot.  The wedding is a lavish affair -- for the marriage of Dylan Buchanan and Kate MacKenna is no ordinary occasion.  It represents the joining of two family dynasties.  The ceremony and reception proceed without a hitch -- until a crasher appears claimin...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780345453860
ISBN-10: 0345453867
Publication Date: 12/26/2006
Pages: 368
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 188 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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Helpful Score: 3
Jordan Buchanan and Noah Clayborne! It is about time for Noah to fall in love. Loved this book as much as the ones before it. I think it is better to read them in order so you get the most of the the stories.

1-Heartbreaker
2-Mercy
3-Killjoy
4-Murder List
5-Slow Burn
6-Shadow Dance
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This book is part of the Buchanan sibling series. All have been very good books. The Buchanan books are: "Heartbreaker" (Nick), "Mercy" (Theo), "Murder List" (Alec), "Slow Burn" (Dylan), & "Shadow Dance" (Jordan). There is also an intersecting character story involving the brother of Michelle from Theo's story. "Killjoy" comes after "Mercy".
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Helpful Score: 3
This is a great continuation of the Buchanan-Renard series. The plot is believable and the characters firm and exciting. I really liked this book.
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Love this series and all the characters. This one isn't quite as edgy as some of the earlier ones but no less entertaining, or difficult to put down.
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Noah Clayborne's story. Noah dances with Jordan at Kate and Dylan's wedding, and goads her about getting out of her comfort zone. Jordan tries to ignore Noah, but his comments aren't easily forgotten. She decides to go on an adventure to research family history, and becomes involved in a murder in a small town in Texas. When Nick and Noah arrive, they find Jordan in jail, a suspect for the murder. Julie Garwood's story is easy to read, but somehow uninvolved with the characters. Humorous, yet told as if from a distance. Still a nice read, but it's missing the emotional development in the characters that usually is so satisfying in her books. Almost as if just reporting events.
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Noah Clayborne's story. Great Story. Worth the read.
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Shadow Dance to me was about Noah finally discovering what it was like to be satisfied with one woman. He was more gentle and sensitive in this story. Whereas I enjoyed Noah's outrageous flirtings and seductions in other books I was rather relieved to see him more low key in the attention he gave to other women when he was around Jordan and the little things he did that showed he respects all women as more than playthings.

As for Jordan she was a little nondescript but still fun and identifiable for me as someone who tends to stay in my comfort zone like her. I enjoyed her reactions to the things that kept happening to her. She kept her cool and most importantly her humor. I found her refreshing and endearing.

The mystery kept me guessing right up to the end and the almost tragic circumstances that result from not realizing who the bad guy was soon enough brought this story full circle for me.

All in all I found Shadow Dance to be a fitting end to this contemporary arch of Julie's it had every single thing that I want in a romance and I am deeply satisfied with it.

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