Nora Roberts has the ability to write about her characters in such a way that you not only can picture them, but you also learn to care about what happens to them. Ultimately, that's what holds a reader's interest in a book. She was able to hold mine fully! I was looking for a quick read and at 248 pages this PB fit the bill. Well, quick ended up meaning reading it in one day -- this book is not just a romance, but also a suspense thriller.
The main character is Chantel O'Hurley. She's a famous actress/movie star. Unfortunately she has attracted the attention of a fan who begins to stalk her and ultimately terrify her. In steps Quinn Doran, hired by Chantel's manager to find out who the culprit is while protecting her from the sick fan who is stalking her. Though most of the story is developed around the budding relationship between Chantel and Quinn, there is enough about the stalker to hold your interested and ultimately you're unable to put the book down until its thrilling conclusion.
Ms. Roberts is indeed a gifted storyteller. This is one book you'll enjoy so much that as the end you'll draw a breath and say "Wow!"
an obsessed fan trys to get her he trys to protect her
In this third book in the O'Hurley trilogy, Nora Roberts delivers another enjoyable, satisfying romance. This story is about Chantel, the eldest of the three sisters, and her new and necessary bodyguard, Quinn.
This is the third of four books in the O'Hurley series, and focuses on one of the triplets (Chantel O'Hurley). It amazes me how well Nora Roberts can write on such different topics throughout this series!
The high price of fame meant learning to deal with obsessive fans. but this one was different - scary. He was watching...waiting...and Chantel O'Hurley was afraid. She needed help, and it came with a five-hundred-a-day price tag: Quinn Doran, a private investigator with the kind of tough, go-to-hell looks that made a woman's pulse race. What Chantel didn't need were his arrogant insinuations that she's brought this trouble on herself. What she needed was to stay alive.
this is a fast read book, not very thick about 248 pages, but it was very good, kept you guessing and didn't want to put it down
It's a nice, quick read and can stand alone if you haven't read the other ones in the O'Hurley series.
The high price of fame meant learning to deal with obsessive fans. But this one was different scary. He was watching...waiting...and Chantel O'Hurley was afraid. She needed help and it came with a $500 price tag. Quin Doran, a private investigator with a kind of tough, go-to-hell looks that mad e woman's pulse race. What Chantel didn't need were his arrogant insinuations that she'd brought this trouble on herself. What she needed was to stay alive.
Love this series. One of her best. This is an original printing.
Part of the O'Hurley series.
Tales of endearing families and exciting adventures! Love stories abound