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by Julie Garwood
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Evaine's Books, Books and More Books
Evaine's Books, Books and More Books rated it 7 months ago
I am still in search of a gripping contemporary romantic suspense novel/series. Now here's the thing. Julie Garwood is much beloved in Romancelandia so I felt pretty confident in trying her contemporary thrillers out. And it didn't seem like they HAD to be read in order, so that was a plus as well...
Ani's Book Abyss
Ani's Book Abyss rated it 5 years ago
Killjoy by Julie Garwood Book 3 of Buchanan-Renard series 2002 Release -- Ballantine Books Adult, Romantic Suspense I was surprised at how much I enjoyed reading Killjoy despite the meandering plot-line, the focus on the resident “baddies” every other chapter, and the strange and somewhat tacky ...
Carpe Librum
Carpe Librum rated it 6 years ago
★★★★½ (This is a review of the audiobook.) I don’t know why I’m enjoying JG’s Contemporary Romances more on audio than I did when I read their dead tree versions, but I am. I’m one of those people who was vastly disappointed when she stopped writing Historical Romances. However, I ♥loved♥ this on...
Yona's Book World
Yona's Book World rated it 7 years ago
I love the Buchanan-Renard series.
If wishes were horses...
If wishes were horses... rated it 8 years ago
I found this to be an entertaining book which I have just one problem with. The antagonist in this story was singularly evil and had absolutely no redeeming features. I would go so far as to describe her as one dimensional, almost cartoonish. It's not a book I'll ever read again, truthfully I doubt...
Blue Mood Cafe
Blue Mood Cafe rated it 9 years ago
In this third book of the Buchanan-Renard series, we have John Paul Renard, Noah Clayborne and Monk returning from the earlier book, Mercy. John Paul has tracked Monk to Aspen, Colorado, a year after he wreaked havoc in Louisiana. Meanwhile, Avery Delaney is trying to find her aunt, Carrie Salvetti,...
Kyahgirl rated it 10 years ago
one thing I liked about this book was it wasn't focused on the relationship of the male and female leads to the exclusion of the mystery. It was a bit ho-hum though. I liked it but I didn't love it.
mollysmommyreads rated it 11 years ago
Julie Garwood is easily one of my favorite romantic suspense authors.
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