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Maris Matherly-Reed is more than an editor. She's also the beloved daughter of the publishing house's highly respected and successful leader, and the wife of Matherly Press's second-in-command, the smooth, suave, double-dealing Noah Reed. Reed, it develops, is the real target of the literary scam set up by the reclusive writer of the novel whose opening pages so captivate Reed's spouse. P.M.E., the writer, has a score to settle with Maris's husband, and he doesn't care whom he hurts as long as he brings Noah down. At least, not until he meets Maris, who has an unfortunate habit of falling in love with her authors (see above; that's the second clue). Brown is a master at romantic suspense, and Envy displays the talents that have won her a devoted following: a deft hand at evoking the vulnerability and humanity of her protagonists, a sure command of narrative tension, and a nice sense of place. This is a terrific hammock read, just right for a summer day as sultry and humid as Envy's Low Country setting. --Jane Adams --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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did not want to put this book down
. exciting. keeps you wanting more. great book. brilliant author. best book I have read in a long time..
I liked the story line full of interesting details and actions. The characters were exciting to read about and glad it turned out the way it did.Published 17 months ago by Anna Nagy
I would recommend this book to anyone that wants a great read. This book kept me riveted with the twists and turns, I found it hard to put down. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Heidi Lambert
Sandra Brown books never disappoint. I always enjoy her novels, and they are easy to read. I think I have read most of themPublished 17 months ago by Yvonne Turigan
As always, Sandra Brown writes a wonderful book. It took me a bit to get caught up in the story but once I did, it was difficult to put the book down. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Deedeewa
iI was not exactly a page turner but I enjoyed it. I will purchase another book by this author and hope her work progresses..Published 18 months ago by Dianne Gehring
Of course Sandra Brown is not new to most people but I was just browsing books and picked this one up. Since reading it, I have picked up a few of her other books. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Richard Yun