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From the best-selling author Barbara Freethy comes a story of sisterhood, secrets, and lies. Ten years ago, during a party gone out of control, beautiful Emily fell to her death, leaving her best friends and sorority sisters - Natalie, Laura, and Madison - devastated. Now, an unknown writer has written a novel that mirrors their story. But who is he, and how does he know the personal details of their lives? None of them has forgotten that night, the role each may have played in Emily's death, the guilt, and the loss they suffer. But why is he accusing one of them of murder?
©2004 Barbara Freethy; (P)2005 Books on Tape, Inc.

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oh please

Regardless of the description -this is a ROMANCE novel. I should remember to listen to a sample of anything I think of buying.

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The character development is weak as are the women. The message seems to be, men and making them happy is the end goal for women. Ugh.

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Would you try another book from Barbara Freethy and/or Lynn Sharrott?

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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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