This book is one of the most annoying books I've attempted to listen to in the past ten years. Supposedly we have a situation that involves the Russi..Show More »an mafia, the CIA, a former CIA agent, jewel dealers and a question about whether a missing man is a good man or a world-class jewel thief, and yet the male (former CIA agent?) and female protagonist (jewelry designer) act like horney tweeners....every other thought/sentence/line is about sex and their hormones raging for each other. It seems the author couldn't decide whether she wanted to write a bodice-ripper or an international jewel-theft thriller. It is just too ridiculous to continue!
I read this series long ago, and decided to reacquaint myself with the stories when I saw them on audio. I was not disappointed. I believe this is the..Show More » first Elizabeth Lowell series I was introduced to. And, I really enjoy the mystery, suspense, and characters. She has penned a few of my favorite who-done-its. And, I like Robin Rowan in this series. I don't think I've ever heard her before, but I really enjoyed listening to this. It's got just enough to keep you totally locked in. The pacing is good. Enjoyed it just as much as when I read it years ago.
This is what I think is called a romance novel, I bought it under the heading of Mystery. Very little mystery, smarmy sex story and lots of informati..Show More »on on pearls- colors, cleaning, kinds etc. Not what I expected.
I enjoyed this series, They were suspensful as well as romantic. The twin brothers were mentioned in every series, but never showed up at any famil..Show More »y events, I wonder whether EL ever plans to write a story for them. I would love to hear them. The narrator is good as well.