Book Reviews of The Cabin (Texas Rangers, Bk 2)

The Cabin (Texas Rangers, Bk 2)
The Cabin - Texas Rangers, Bk 2
Author: Carla Neggers
ISBN-13: 9781551668451
ISBN-10: 1551668459
Publication Date: 1/2002
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 119 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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I thought the overall story and concept of this book could have been a good story. also i chose it because it was partly based on an area of the country where I am from. however as a mystery it lacked any action until the very end. The banter between the two lead characters went on and on. I never give up on a book but I couldn't wait for this ending as it took 2/3 of the book to get a start. Perhaps if I cared more for romances that the heroine needed wooing I would have liked it but if you are a more 'hard core" mystery fan ex. Greg Iles, ect. I would not give this a good rating.
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Romantic suspense. You won't be able to put this one down, I couldn't. Great book.
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A wonderful romantic suspense!!
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the cabin kept me up all night . no one does romantic suspense better! It was awesome
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Nice characters. I liked that the characters had a history.
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If you like sappy, studly, macho-man romance, you might like this.
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From "Publisher's Weekly" 12/3/2001
Although Texas real estate developer Beau McGarrity is suspected of shooting his wife, he isn't charged because policewoman Alice Parker has compromised the investigation by tampering with the evidence. Nevertheless, he stalks and threatens financial planner Susanna Galway, wife of the Texas Ranger who turned Alice in. Stuck in a marital stalemate, Susanna doesn't tell her headstrong husband, Jack, that Beau has visited her. She also neglects to mention that she has recently made a fortune in the stock market. Instead, she flees north to her feisty grandmother's, then heads with her grandmother and twin daughters for a secluded Adirondack cabin. When both Beau and Alice pursue her there, the women are pulled even deeper into a web of violence and intrigue. Inevitably, Jack and a fellow Ranger arrive on the scene to save the day. The plot is confusing at times, and Susanna's financial secrecy will make it difficult for readers to sympathize with her. Indeed, what kind of middle-class woman could make $10 million in this market, much less fail to mention it to hubby? Still, Neggers's (The Carriage House) characteristically brisk pacing and colorful characterizations sweep the reader toward a dramatic and ultimately satisfying denouement.
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A Texas Ranger and family live through a nightmare...You don't want
to put the book down until finished reading...
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An ex-convict is after revenge from her husband's role in putting her in jail, causing Susanna to flee with her twin daughters. Good thriller.
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This was my first Carla Neggers book. I really enjoyed it. I'll be reading more!
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This was a very great book till the end. I would like to see other books of hers.
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Although Texas real estate developer Beau McGarrity is suspected of shooting his wife, he isn't charged because policewoman Alice Parker has compromised the investigation by tampering with the evidence. Nevertheless, he stalks and threatens financial planner Susanna Galway, wife of the Texas Ranger who turned Alice in. Stuck in a marital stalemate, Susanna doesn't tell her headstrong husband, Jack, that Beau has visited her. She also neglects to mention that she has recently made a fortune in the stock market. Instead, she flees north to her feisty grandmother's, then heads with her grandmother and twin daughters for a secluded Adirondack cabin. When both Beau and Alice pursue her there, the women are pulled even deeper into a web of violence and intrigue. Neggers's (The Carriage House) characteristically brisk pacing and colorful characterizations sweep the reader toward a dramatic and ultimately satisfying denouement.
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I could not put this book down. It will keep you up all night.
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Have not had a chance to read this, yet. Belong to several reading groups and this is not up for discussion until December. :)