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I loved it. An old flame of Roarke’s turns up and she is out to cause trouble. Eve is not happy. She is feeling insecure. Magdalena is everything that she is not … ooooh, the angst. Roarke was clueless. Well, he is a man, right? He thought nothing of meeting with “Maggie” for lunch or the odd meeting. Her presence in NYC means that Eve is finding it hard to concentrate on the case in hand.
We had the secondary cast of characters but they did not seem to be to the fore much really.
Mavis gives he
Is it bad that I read this series as a “palate cleanser” of sorts? I know that whether I read an amazing book that I wish I could live in a little longer or a crappy one that I wish I never touched, Roarke and Eve are guaranteed to fix my mood either way so I can read the next book on my list without residual or lingering emotions. I know I can go back to them whenever I want and I have 20+ books to catch up.
As for this book, I don’t know what it says about me that I figured out the kille
it was amazing
5+ stars – Romantic Suspense/Futuristic/Mystery/Crime/Romantic Thriller
Wow! This is definitely one of my favorites of the series!
An old flame of Roarke’s shows up and causes trouble for him and Eve, and I really felt for Eve in this one. Roarke pretty much bungled things in the beginning in how he dealt, or rather didn’t deal, with Magdalena.
(view spoiler)[I wanted a much stronger reaction/protest from Roarke when Magdalena called him lover and openly flirted and propositioned him, even brazenl