Book Reviews of In a Class by Itself

In a Class by Itself
In a Class by Itself
Author: Sandra Brown
ISBN-13: 9780553576023
ISBN-10: 055357602X
Publication Date: 11/28/2000
Pages: 213
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 125 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
The other reviewers have covered the plot rather well, so I won't go into that. I still remember the day I read this whole book while sitting on an Avalon, New Jersey beach.

While I'm not one for reading many romance novels, this book I could not put it down. The love story was touching and sensual. Sandra Brown sure does know how to write love scenes as well. It's one book I cannot bring myself to get rid of. Fantastic!
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It's kind of a sad book about a couple that was pulled apart as kids, but were brought back together by circumstances. Like I said, it's sad. But I still enjoyed it. I just wish it had been a little lighter.
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A quick and easy read.
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I got this from paperback swap...it lists as a cd but it is cassettes...just a heads up in case you can only listed to cd's
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This is a good book to read between those "deep" novels which have heart-stopping suspense, chills and thrills.
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Early Sandra Brown, slightly disapointing
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LOVE ALL SANDRA'S BOOKS
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The sexual tension was wonderful and the relationship between Logan & Dani bittersweet. If you're looking for mystery or a thriller this isn't for you as it's pure romance!
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Everyone loves a Sandra Brown book.
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Good Brown story, she's fun to read and good stories.
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was she over him... her 10 yr high school reunion would tell
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I loved this book, beautifully written love story. Was short and quickly read and really had a great story line.
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Dani Quinn knew Logan Webster would be at her high school reunion. Yet she had come in order to prove to herself that she was not afraid to see him again. Her departure years before from both Logan and the small Texas town where they were sweethearts had been abrupt, painful, and not of her choosing. Worst of all, she'd never had the chance to tell Logan the truth of why she had to leave. Now she would not only have a chance to explain, but to as him for a favor.
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This was a really good book. Dani Quinn and Logan Webster knew each other back in highschool. She had to come prove herself that she was not afraid to see him again at thier reunion.
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Dani & Logan were HS sweethearts torn apart by Dani's rich parents. They must once again face each other at their 10 year reunion. Will a flame be rekindled? ...hahaha, you guess. A great beach read.
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Great author!
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Dani Quinn knew Logan Webster would be at her high school reunion. Yet she had come in order to prove to herself that she was not afraid to see him again. Her departure years before from both Logan and the small Texas town where they were sweethearts had been abrupt, painful, and not of her choosing. Worst of all, she'd never had the chance to tell logan the truth of why she had to leave. Now she would not only have a chance to explain, but to ask him a favor.

Handsome, charming, and dangerously charismatic, Logan exudes all the power and confidence of a self-made success. He listens as Dani describes her work for a charitable foundation and expresses her hope that he will donate one of his properties for a much-needed summer camp. Logan agrees, but with one shocking proviso; that Dani fulfill the intimate promise she made to him years ago. It is meant to be a coldhearted business transaction..but this time when Dani is once again compelled to leave without an explanation, nothing can keep Logan from following.
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From back cover:
A powerfully erotic and deeply moving tale of a woman reunited with her first and only love- a man who wants what she denied him ten years ago...
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Ten years had passed since Dani Quinn had graduated from high school in the small Texas town, ten years since the night her elopement with Logan Webster had ended in disaster. Now Dani approached her tenth reunion with breathless uncertainty. Logan would be there... Logan, the only man who'd ever made her shiver with desire and need, but would she have the courage to face the fury in his eyes? She couldn't defend herself against his anger and hurt -- to do so would demand she reveal the secret sorrow she shared with no one. Logan's touch had made her his so long ago. Could he reach past the pain to make her his for all time?
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Loved the book, read in 1 1/2 days. couldn't put down
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Once I started this book I couldn't put it down. I read this book in just a few hours. It was fantastic. When you start this book, you know that something the male character doesn't know is going to be revealed and change everything. What you don't know is what it is or when it'll come out. Sandra Brown kept me on the seat of my chair until the very end. I was happy for the characters, sad, mad and then eventually happy again. I wanted to cry for Logan and cry for Quinn.

Quinn knows it's only a matter of time before she has to return to her hometown. When her high-school reunion comes around it seems like the time has come to return, but she has an ulterior motive for going. She has to ask the man she once loved, married, left and still dreams about, if he'll be willing to part with some unused land for the development of a camp for disabled children. Her motives are good, but Trent is too angry. He wants the time he was robbed of with Quinn. He's become a man not to be reckoned with, and after growing up dirt poor and deemed not good enough it's no wonder he's the kind of man he is. Yet when it comes to Quinn what he wants and what he get's is always blurred.

Their was never a time when Quinn and Logan didn't want one another. What happened after they married was a tragedy and can never be changed, yet what happen after was what made them who they are. When the truth comes out about her life after and how he was able to turn from rags to riches is remarkable. If this story can teach you one thing, it's that the truth will set you free.
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Dani Quinn walked into her high school reunion with dread and anticipation. She knew Logan Webster would be there, and she had no idea how she would react the first time she saw him. She had left both Logan and the small town of Texas town years before. Her departure had been abrupt, painful and not of her choosing. She'd never had the chance to tell Logan the truth. After all these years, she wasn't even sure he was interested in hearing her side of the story. She ahd come to the reunion to prove to herself that she wasn't afraid to see him again. And to ask him for a favor.
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Dani Quinn knew Logan Webster would be at her high school reunion. Yet she had come in order to prove to herself that she was not afraid to see him again. Her departure years before from both Logan and the small Texas town where they were sweethearts had been abrupt, painful, and not of her choosing. Worst of all, she'd never had the chance to tell Logan the truth of why she had to leave. Now she would not only have a chance to explain, but to ask him for a favor. Handsome, charming, and dangerously charismatic, Logan exudes all the power and confidence of a self-made success. He listens as Dani describes her work for a charitable foundation and expresses her hope that he will donate one of his properties for a much-needed summer camp. Logan agrees, but with one shocking proviso: that Dani fulfill the intimate promise she made to him years ago. It is meant to be a coldhearted business transaction...but this time when Dani is once again compelled to leave without an explanation, nothing can keep Logan from following.