The Stranger in Her Bed Mass Market Paperback – Jan 30 2007
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Chapman continues the story of the rough and tough Knight family from The Seduction of His Wife (2006). Anna Segee is back, working in her hometown at Loon Creek Mill and living at the old, isolated place her grandfather left her without anyone knowing her identity. She runs a tight ship as the foreman of Loon Creek Mill in northern Maine. When the new man causes an accident, she fires him, which has nothing to do with the fact that he punched her in the face. Ethan Knight has never hit a woman before, and when he returns to the mill as the new owner, he has to deal with Anna and his remorse. As for Anna, she is determined to prove herself in a man's world. Nothing is going to stop her, not even Ethan, who was her knight in shining armor as a child. Chapman tells a thoroughly enjoyable tale of a modern-day knight and his feisty ladylove set in the rugged mountains of Maine. Patty Engelmann
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Yes, I did make myself read the entire book. I definitely won't be reading any more books by this author, though.
Man overbearing, arrogant, sexist jerk.
Anna being the foreman was a big part of the plot yet Ethan fired her for something anyone else would have gotten away with, at most, a reprimand. She barely raises a fuss and she still keeps seeing him and letting him use her. I hate books like this where the tough, independent woman turns into a doormat.
Inconsistencies. EX: Anna could hear a whispered conversation from over 300 feet? Not unless she has Superman ears.
Why didn't Paul's get his own book? His story was covered in a few pages. I'm not sure if this is the end of this particular series or not. I like Janet Chapman but this book just didn't do it for me. A 3 is kind.