©2004 Barbara Freethy; (P)2005 Books on Tape, Inc.
The drive from Charleston to Columbia is 2 hours long. This book kept me awake during the drive just by giving me fodder for snarky comments. A secretary? Who relays personal messages? And it's a mystery that someone who wasn't intimately connected to an event could possibly know details about it? I was sure this book had to be written by an old woman. The dialog, which is 75% of the book, is stilted and dated. And the plot, as much as I endured, is eye crossing, with no development of characters or scene. Dull. Boring. Inane.
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