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Book Reviews of Pulse Points

Pulse Points
Pulse Points
Author: Mary Lynn Baxter
ISBN-13: 9781551667317
ISBN-10: 1551667312
Publication Date: 10/1/2003
Pages: 384
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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6 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

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Mystery and romance - who needs more?
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This is the sweetest love story, I really enjoyed it.
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wonderful book
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A light read with just "o.k." writing about a woman who witnesses a murder and a Texas Senate candiate who helps her elude the stalker/murderer.
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a mystery written on a personal level, and from a woman's viewpoint
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from the back cover:

The more she tries to forget...

Kasey Ellis' life is shattered after she witnesses the murder of her friend and business partner at their Tyler, Texas, advertising agency. Though Kasey can't identify the killer, she believes that the killer saw her-and that her life is now in danger. And , as if trying to salvage her company and her sanity isn't trouble enough, Tanner Hart has walked back into her life.

The Easier it is to remember.

A former bad boy who's made good, Tanner is now running for the Senate and needs Kasey's media savvy for his campaign. Accepting his offer means she can only try to forget that, twenty years ago, a night of passion in Tanner's arms left her with a son whom anothet man raised as his own. Tanner's return awakens emotions that never died. But as the media circus surrounding his campaign grows, so do Kasey's fears about the killer's identity...and about her own devastating secret. Soon there's nowhere to hide...from the danger, from the truth-or from her deepest desires.
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