Sunday, March 27, 2011

Danger in a red dress......


His voice suddenly changed, became crisp and upper-crust British. "Right you are. From England, that's me. Dashing, debonair-" 
"There's no need to call names."
She giggled.

I took this snippets from one of the best dialogue that I really love in "Danger in a red dress" by Christina Dodd. Wow, I'm in love with this book after reading it for the first time. this book is about thriller love between damsel in distress and a mysterious guy.

"A strong romantic suspense"

Personal nurse Hannah Grey's last client died and his family accused her of unethical practices when they did not like the will though her share of $50,000 matched each of theirs. Her agency obtains work as a personal nurse to ailing Melinda Manly in remote coastal Maine.
Meanwhile Melinda's playboy son Carrick hires surveillance expert Gabriel Prescott to video his dying mom and her new companion as he insists he fears for his mom's life from associates of her late criminal spouse who stole and hid a fortune of money that everyone from dangerous felons to the law enforcement assumes she knows where the loot is. Gabriel hides from Carrick that they are half-brothers but accepts the job not realizing what the real danger is to him comes from what Hannah does to his heart.
This is a clever blending of the Prescott saga (see Lost Texas Hearts) and the Manly saga (see The Fortune Hunters) as Christina Dodd provides the audience with a strong romantic suspense that closes out two wonderful series for the price of one novel. The story line is fast-paced from even before Gabriel meets Hannah and takes off when they do meet. Fans will relish the Prescott-Manly merger.

Ps: Please read this book, you will love it!


Salam, thank you very much for speaking your mind..........

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