Book Reviews of Temperatures Rising

Temperatures Rising
Temperatures Rising
Author: Sandra Brown
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780553560459
ISBN-10: 055356045X
Publication Date: 11/2007
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 91 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
The lasting impression from the book was that American men are into breasts. Bleh. I don't read romance to like the heroine more than the hero!
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great romantic story
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Very good
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Tropical island andventure, a kidnaping and a plan to save a villiage.
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Good Book
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makes you feel you are in paradise.great book could't put it down.
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Always enjoy Sandra Brown's books. This one certainly met my expectations of her work. ***** rating, yes indeed!!
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Fast Read! This is an early Sandra Brown but a good book. A few suprises. If you like Brown and a good love story you will like this book.
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Good book, quick read
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Quick read - a beach book.
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This was a pretty good, light read
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Taken from the inside flap: "Mysterious, elusive Chantal is the most beautiful woman at the party. Dressed in a revealing white gown, she beckons to engineer Scout Ritland with promises of pleasure in her breathtakingly blue eyes. When he follows her out into the moonlit night, the last thing he expects is to find a gun pointed at him. In the struggle that ensures, he is shot, knocked unconscious and kidnapped. The beautiful temptress has plans for the brillant engineer that have nothing to do with love."
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Good book! What happens when an island girl kidnaps an engineer to build a bridge for her people!!
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IN COMPARISON TO SANDRA BROWN'S OTHER BOOKS I WOULD SAY THIS IS A 7 OF 10 SCORE.
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Written by Brown almost 20 years ago, this is the story of Scout Ritland and Chantel duPont - a fascinating view of what happens when East meets West.....
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Sandra Brown is one of my favorite authors. For me it was a quick read.I like the book alot.

In this book two strangers in a South Pacific paradise have nothing in common but a mission that will risk their lives and an attraction even more dangerous.....
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To Chantal duPont, the people who want to build the new Coral Reef resort are enemies who can only destroy her tropical island home, but when developer Scout Ritland helps Chantal save her beloved tropical island home, she changes her perspective. Now that its time for him to leave, will she let him go or take a chance on love?