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Two Alone Mass Market Paperback – Jan 2000

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 249 pages
  • Publisher: Mira Books (Jan. 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1551666367
  • ISBN-13: 978-1551666365
  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 10.6 x 1.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,500,148 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Sandra Brown is the author of fifty-seven New York Times bestsellers, including SMASH CUT (2009), SMOKE SCREEN (2008), PLAY DIRTY (2007), RICOCHET (2006), CHILL FACTOR (2005), WHITE HOT (2004), HELLO, DARKNESS (2003), THE CRUSH (2002), ENVY (2001), THE SWITCH (2000), THE ALIBI (1999), UNSPEAKABLE (1998) and FAT TUESDAY (1997), all of which have jumped onto the Times bestseller list in the number one to five spot.

Brown began her writing career in 1981 and since then has published seventy-two novels, most of which remain in print. As of 1990, when Mirror Image made The New York Times bestseller list, each subsequent novel has become a Times bestsellers. In 1992 her novel French Silk was made into an ABC-TV movie. Brown now has seventy million copies of her books in print worldwide, and her work has been translated into thirty-three languages.

A lifelong Texan, Sandra Brown was born in Waco, grew up in Fort Worth and attended Texas Christian University, majoring in English. Before embarking on her writing career, she worked as a model at the Dallas Apparel Mart, and in television, including weathercasting for WFAA-TV in Dallas, and feature reporting on the nationally syndicated program "PM Magazine." She is much in demand as a speaker and has appeared at the National Book Festival in Washington, D.C. and the Texas Book Festival in Austin, TX, as well as charity functions throughout the year. TruTV (formerly Court TV) also sought Brown to host the 2007 premier of its popular series "Murder by the Book."

Brown was recently given an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Texas Christian University. Other awards and commendations include the 2007 Texas Medal of Arts Award for Literature, the American Business Women's Association's Distinguished Circle of Success, B'nai B'rith's Distinguished Literary Achievement Award, and the A.C. Greene Award. In 2008 Sandra was named Thriller Master, the top award given by the International Thriller Writer's Association. In addition, Sandra is a member of Author's Guild, Mystery Writers of America, Novelists, Inc., Literacy Partners, and a founding member of International Thriller Writers.

Sandra and her husband Michael Brown live in Arlington, Texas.

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 3 Jan. 2000
Format: Mass Market Paperback
A great read - one I pick up and read over and over again! It's pure romance. Sole survivors of a plane crash; the ex Vietnam hero and the pampered society girl are thrown together. Stuck in a log cabin together the tension between the pair hots up and things start to happen! I like the way the story continues after the rescue. If you like old style Sandra Brown buy this immediately!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By snkads on 2 Mar. 2013
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Enjoyed this book good holiday reading and liked how it didn't end too suddenly and carried on with story once they were rescued.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful
One of Sandra's Sexiest Offerings 21 Jan. 2002
By Wendy Kaplan - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
OK, so the plot line is hackneyed: Beautiful self-possessed businesswoman and angry hiding-his-hurt-beneath-rough-exterior Vietnam Vet survive a small plane crash and are forced to rely upon each other to survive.
Every cliche known to man is in this book, from the sheet rigged up to provide each with a "private" bath in the small cabin they discover (think Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert in "It Happened One Night") to the city girl learning to cook, and the survivalist male learning to bend a bit.
With all that, though, this book works, because Sandra Brown again weaves her magic. I could't turn the pages fast enough to find out just when (not if) Rusty and Cooper would finally come together in body and mind. It takes quite a while, actually, and during that time, the two must learn to respect and accommodate each other's differences. Instead of a huge yawn and an "oh no, not again," Brown manages to make this relationship truly interesting, and engages the reader so that one really cares what happens. And that is Brown's great talent, the one that pulls her above the usual cheap-romance drivel.
Yes, the couple is rescued, but there is no happily-ever-after the minute they hit civilization. In fact, if anything, the rescue seems to destroy the relationship they so carefully evolved when relying on only each other. Can their love survive the real world? Read it and see. This is a great, cuddly bathrobe-fuzzy slipper type of romance, one to savor and enjoy.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
A Great 'Stranded Tale'...Don't Miss! 23 Sept. 2004
By Tracy Talley - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I picked this up on a whim since I do love Sandra Brown and was shocked. This was an excellent older book! Written in the late 80's it definitely has the broody guy with a chip on his shoulder and the independent woman trying to come to terms with her independence and love for the hero but this one was a little different. The heroine doesn't change to suit the hero! Yippee! I LOVED it! The hero also didn't change, but they both LEARNED to become better people and to love one another as is.

Very emotional at times and very romantic, these two characters literally sizzled off the pages! They felt so real to me that I had to wonder if In actually was intruding on some adventure. It's rare to come across a story that brings you so deep inside that you loathe to end it and this one just ended way too soon for my tastes. Just under 250 pages it should've been longer.

A plane crash leaves two people stranded in the Canadian wilderness without food or shelter and with the oncoming of winter's deadly storms. One an independent and beautiful woman from LA and another a broody and angry loner from the Sierra's and not long out of Vietnam.

The chemistry is unreal here, Ms. Brown really took these two and fleshed them out. Kudos to her for touching on the war and POWs. More needs to be said about their great courage and sacrifice. And thanks for not making the heroine a whiny & complaining rich heiress. Its refreshing.

Tracy Talley~@
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
A fast and fun Read! 22 Sept. 1998
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Sandra Brown, "Two Alone", Mira Books, 1987 (previously published under pseudonym Erin St. Claire) finds Rusty the beautiful, almost 30, red headed, successful business woman, and Cooper the muscled, past 30, blonde, forlorn 'Nam vet, the sole survivors of a terrible plane wreck somewhere in the uncharted wilds of Canada's North West Territory. Can they survive the pending wintry storms? Can they survive the hidden passion neither is willing to acknowledge? Can Cooper purge the pain of a past betrayal and accept that Rusty is much more than a simple, stunning, city girl? Can Rusty put a dent in Coopers carefully constructed psychological armor? Anticipation of the inevitable keeps Cooper literally "at attention" for half the story (poor guy). At the same time Rusty is dry mouthed, apprehensive yet intrigued about what might be. Once survival is insured, can a sizzling encounter be far away? With Sandra (AKA Erin), you know it can't. Sort of predictable, but I did like it, even though I couldn't believe Coopers resistance to a willing Rusty. No breathing male should have been able to resist such charms. Since he did (painfully resist) for 160+ pages I suspect that Sandra ran out of other ideas to heighten the impact of the inevitable conclusion. Regardless a fast and fun read, highly recommended.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Sandra's Twist on the Hero/Heroine Roles is Fantastic!! 12 July 2002
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
In this novel Sandra Brown tells the story of a plane crash that takes the lives of six people. The only survivors are Rusty Carlson and Cooper Landry. After the brutal plane crash the befuddled, terrified (and yet optimistic) Rusty Carlson drags an unconscious Cooper Landry out of a plane wreck saving his life.
Because of the unusual surrounding, there is the role reversal of who saves whose life throughout the novel, both specifically and abstractly. This is a great story by Sandra Brown. This is definitely another book that makes it on to my list of recommendations! Though a bit predictable at certain times, I think there are just the right twists and turns in her plot that make the book unbelievably addicting. Two Alone is the classic story of a man and woman stranded on a desert island, and is very hard to put down! I really enjoyed this novel. I think this is another shining example of the exquisite creativity that Sandra Brown has continued to show over the years. I can only hope she continues to put forth the same quality of work.
17 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Did I miss something? 29 May 2007
By Bookworm - Published on
Format: Hardcover
I just finished this book yesterday and I can't even remember the names of the lead characters, that's how interesting I found it to be. I thought it might get better if I kept reading but, sadly, it didn't. I either love Sandra Brown's work or I hate it and sometimes I wonder, after reading work like French Silk, White Hot, Tidings of Great Joy (or whatever that one was) and Two Alone if this could possibly be the same woman who wrote Envy, The Alibi, Witness, Richochet and Chill Factor. The guy in this book was a total jerk and bully and I got seriously tired of the girl's whining. I was turned off that they took up residence in a cabin where two disgusting cavemen had lived and ate from their dishes and took baths in their tub and after offing them (rightfully so), they cohabited there like Ma & Pa Ingalls with her cooking and cleaning and him going off into the wild to slay their supper. It was just a bit too quirky. However, being that I'm always willing to read her books, I picked up Demon Rumm after chucking Two Alone and I have to say, I don't want to put it down. It started out good and gets better with every page I turn. If people thought Two Alone was good, they should read some of the previously mentioned ones. She's a lot better author than this.
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