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Tough Customer : A Novel
Tough Customer A Novel
Author: Sandra Brown
ISBN-13: 9781451641912
ISBN-10: 1451641915
Edition: 1St Edition
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio CD
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A long story but a typical romantic suspense by Sandra Brown. She has been one of my fav authors & still is. Interesting story about a father that reunites with his ex-wife & daughter in a dramatic way.
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I found this one trite and boring. It started in present day then flashed back 30 years for the back-story on Dodge (a stupid name I never got used to) & Caroline. It would've been better to start the story in the past rather than do so much flashback. Their relationship fell flat for me. Nothing really engaging ever happened. The sex scenes were the best part. Literally.

Sandra Brown is officially off my auto-buy list. In the last 10 years, she's been more miss than hit for me. I think she should take a break from these romantic suspense attempts. There are other authors who do them far better. She should write more stories like RAINWATER, that's where she shines!
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The book is about a woman named Berry who is being stalked and her mother calls on Berry's father to help catch the crazy guy. Thing is, Berry isn't away that the man named Dodge is her father. This makes for an interesting storyline.

The book itself is your basic cat and mouse game. I found some of it to be predictable, but I did find myself turning the pages rapidly towards the end.

I enjoyed the Dodge character and his interactions with his daughter. It made a somewhat decent thriller even better because of this.

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