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Sun Valley Mass Market Paperback – 1 Jun 2002


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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
entertaining romantic suspense 8 Jun. 2002
By Harriet Klausner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Though not an official CIA agent, Neala Delaney has been in more dangerous operations than James Bond due to her uncle always asking for one more favor under the guise of national security. Reluctantly Neal constantly falls for his blarney and agrees, but the scenario never goes according to her uncle's plan.
This time she is only to obtain a package from a US Senator's wife. However, whenever her uncle uses her, even as a simple messenger, something unexpected goes wrong. This time she and her target hide in a closet while witnessing the murder of the Senator. After the killers leave, Neal enables the spouse to quietly vanish from the crime scene before calling the Feds.

Neal is hidden on the Montana ranch of Will Ryder, who reluctantly agrees to help a friend by protecting the witness. Will knows Neal is trouble in several ways, but mostly for his heart. Still her uncle's latest ploy is not finished and if history holds, the calamity has just begun for Neal and Will.

The third Uncle Sean vs. the Shandian Corporation tale closes the entertaining romantic suspense with a strong finale. SUN VALLEY ties up loose ends including that loose cannon Sean even though he hints at one more niece to lead a new novel. The lead couple is a delight as the heroic Will wants to protect Neal, but wonders who will protect him from her. Sub-genre fans will take pleasure from Gena Hale's concluding stand-alone story, but to understand the bigger picture will want to read the two exciting previous books, PARADISE ISLAND and DREAM MOUNTAIN.

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Baffled by negative reviews! 22 Jun. 2010
By L. Nunn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I am completely baffled by the negative reviews for this book. In fact, I almost didn't buy the book. But I'm glad I did! The characters were very likable. Neala was seriously funny. She kept me laughing through the whole book. And the chemistry between her and Will was undeniable. This story took all kinds of twists and turns. I couldn't put the book down. Sun Valley was an awesome read!
terrible 22 Oct. 2010
By Feles31 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Reading S.L. Viehls' books since I am a fan of her sci fi series but as with her other romance stories, I could not get through this story it was so bad.
3 of 12 people found the following review helpful
extremely DISAPPOINTED!!! 8 Aug. 2002
By Dianne Thomason - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I am extremely disappointed. I bought this expecting a great read but this isn't anything close. On the first try I gave up on this book after the third chapter. Being ever diligent I tried to pick the book up and read it two more times but for the first time ever I put the book down and never picked it up again. Why you ask???? The characters are unlikeable. The author tries to hard at everything, so much so you can't enjoy anything. The plot has nothing to offer but cliche.
4 of 15 people found the following review helpful
PASS on this... you'll be glad you did 3 Aug. 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Buying this book is like buying a generic tampon: the next day you wonder what in the heck were you thinking. In 40 years of reading this is the only book I've never finished. After 50 pages I threw my hands up in the air. By 200 pages I dropped this in the lake and said good riddens to so much bad baggage. I've never read a book that was as poorly written. The whole thing stinks of a "vanity" printing, suffice to say I'll never buy another book by this author ever again.
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