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"Sutcliffe managed to bring in a twist I never expected!"

I was almost half way through this book and it was a great read so I thought I would read fifty or so pages and get some rest... NOT! The book moved at excellent pace throughout but when it hit the midway point or just past - it began to fly and every time I thought to put it down I would read "just one more page". Finally I had just one more paged myself through the entire book!

I thought, about four different times, I had figured out "whodunit" and each time I began to wonder and then would discard that one in favor of another suspect. Then when I was sure I had figured out the culprit, Ms. Sutcliffe STILL managed to bring in a twist I never expected! Plenty of action, a mystery that keep you guessing, enough romance for spice and fun, and characters you come to really know and empathize with in their struggles... This one moves Ms. Sutcliffe onto my list of favorite authors and I will be eagerly anticipating her next book!

Maggie Deaton /September, 2001
Copyright 2001 for ParaNormal Romance Reviews

Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 8, 2002

SUMMARY

2002 RITA Finalist

Bestselling author Katherine Sutcliffe introduces a brand new novel-and a bold new direction-in her stellar career. A contemporary novel about love...and obsession.

Even though Brandon Carlyle's acting career seems to be stalling, it hasn't stopped an anonymous fan from becoming a malicious stalker. Hoping to get away from it all, he returns to his Texas hometown for some peace and quiet. But when he meets a sexy journalist, he isn't sure if she's the woman of his dreams-or the woman of his nightmares...

 

Darkling I Listen
by Katherine Sutcliffe

Jove Pubns
August 29, 2001
ISBN #0515131520
480 pages
Paperback
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