Book Reviews of Riley in the Morning

Riley in the Morning
Riley in the Morning
Author: Sandra Brown
ISBN-13: 9780553576047
ISBN-10: 0553576046
Publication Date: 11/27/2001
Pages: 240
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 97 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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I thought this was a really pointless book. All grope and pant, but no story. Waste of time.
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Television producer Brin Cassidy was throwing the biggest dinner party of her life. And with everything in utter chaos, who should show up unannounced on her doorstep but her handsome estranged husband, Jon Riley. Brin had not only worked with the popular star of Riley in the Morning, she had fallen in love with and married him. She knew she owed Riley an explanation for why she walked out. But did he have to come on this of all nights?
Temperamental, charismatic, and devastingly blue-eyed, Riley was a man who knew what he wanted, and he wasn't leaving until he got it. But the sensuous and strong-willed beauty he still called his wife was every bit his match. From dusk until dawn the two will experience a second honeymoon of passion, seduction, and deep revelation that will determine if there is any future for Riley in the morning.
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This is a good story about Brin Cassidy and Jon Riley.
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She had left him seven months earlier without an explanation. Now, just as Brin Cassidy is preparing for the biggest dinner party of her career, who should show up unannounced on her doorstep but her handsome, estranged husband, Jon Riley.
As the former producer of the popular television program "Riley in the Morning," Brin had not only worked with the tempermental blue-eyed star, she had also married him. Their tempestuous, passionate affair was the stuff romances were made of.... so why did Brin leave him? She knows in her heart that she owes Riley an explanation, but she isn't ready to face him -- or herself. But Riley is a man who knows what he wants, and usually gets it. And tonight, he isn't leaving without a few answers.
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I actually started this book but it wasn't my cup of tea so I can't honestly write any kind of review. But, from what I understand, it is pretty much standard Sandra Brown so if you like her books here is another one for you.
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from the back cover " Television producer Brin Cassidy was throwing the biggest dinner party of her life. And with everything in utter chaos, who should show up unannounced on her doorstep but her handsome estranged husband, Jon Riley."
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As all Sandra Brown books, this too is excellent...
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This story started out with Riley and it was Riley all the way through. We went from his sudden appearance at the birthday party she was giving for a big shot (and after being separated for seven months) to his attempted reconciliation, all the way through the book. Her flash backs of how they met and married were cute. The story was almost typical Brown. First they were lovers, then married, then separated for along time and back together again for a happy ending. It's hard to imagine Riley calling someone Dim Whit and they would adore him. I thought the story had zero plot and not one character really grabs you. Maybe because there aren't many characters except Riley and Brin. This one was published in 1985 and is a reprint. It isn't new writing by Brown. Brown can write nice descriptive love scenes, but the overall story lacks suspense. It doesn't keep you enthused about turning the page because there was no doubt about what would happen at the end.
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Brin Cassidy and Jon Riley, two strong willed and determined celebrities, are married but currently estranged. Jon crashes Brin's dinner party and demands to get what he wants -- and find out if there is any future for Riley in the morning.

I'm a sucker for Sandra Brown's original romance novels.
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very good!!! impossable to put down!
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A modern day story about a media couple who find love the second time around. Nobody writes them like Sandra Brown. A good read.
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Television producer Brin Cassidy was throwing the biggest dinner party of her life. And with everything in utter chaos, who should show up unannounced on her doorstep but her handsome estranged husband, Jon Riley. Brin had not only worked with the popular star of Riley In The Morning, she had fallen in love with and married him. She knew she owed Riley an explanation for why she walked out. But did he have to come on this of all nights?

Temperamental, charismatic, and devastatingly blue-eyed, Riley was a man who knew what he wanted, and he wasn't leaving until he got it. But the sensuous and strong-willed beauty he still called his wife was every bit his match. From dusk until dawn the two will experience a second honeymoon of passion, seduction and deep revelation that will determine if there is any future for Riley in the morning.
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good..quick read
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excellent!