Book Reviews of Watching Amanda

Watching Amanda
Watching Amanda
Author: Janelle Taylor
ISBN-13: 9780821778906
ISBN-10: 0821778900
Publication Date: 11/1/2005
Pages: 384
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 27 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Read this in one day. Quick thriller.
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Great story!
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a struggling young mother inherits a fortune and becomes a target of a deadly obsession,
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Great book. Really enjoyed it.
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good on at least 2 levels. Surprisingly engrossing.
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Amanda is a single mother with a dead-end job which barely pays the rent. Overnight, she becomes a wealthy heiress, but her inheritance comes with several conditions.
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an excellent read! very suspenseful and catches you right off!
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A struggling young single mother inherits a fortune, and becomes the target of a deadly obsession. First book in an exciting trilogy from Janelle Taylor.
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Amanda Sedgwick never wanted anything from her rich father except love, but William Sedgwick gave her nothing during his lifetime. Now tha the's dead, everything has changed. Overnight, Amanda goes from being a single mom with a dead-end job that barely covers the rent to a fabulously wealthy heiress. Her inheirtance comes with several conditions, however, one of which is the man who will be making sure she follows her father's eccentric rules to the letter....

Ethan Black isn't happy about what William Sedgwick asked him to do, but he owes the old man his life, literally. Playing babysitter to a young woman who barely knew her father when he was alive is hardly what he had in mind, but Amanda is far from the gold-digging brat Ethan had expected. Falling in love definitely wasn't in his job description--nor was putting his life on the line when it becomes terrifyingly clear that eh isn't the only one watching Amanda...
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Exiting Romantic Suspense.
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Amanda Sedqwick inherits a house from her father and Ethan Black is given the job of making sure she follows all the instructions she is given to keep the house. However, someone is trying to kill her and Ethan must save her.
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Good book
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What I classify as an ok regular read.
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Brand new never read (but it looks good!)