Sizzle Mass Market Paperback – 1 Jan 2011
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"Excellent adventure . . . [An] element of quirky humor provides a nice lift to the story and is the quintessential Garwood touch."--"RT Book Reviews"
"Sizzle most satisfying . . . If a book has Julie Garwood's name on it, it's guaranteed to be a meticulously written, well thought out, and thoroughly engaging story [with] captivating characters."--"Sun Journa"l
About the Author
Julie Garwood is the author of numerous "New York Times" bestsellers, including F"ire and Ice, Shadow Music, Shadow Dance, Slow Burn, Murder List, Killjoy, Mercy, Heartbreaker, Ransom, " and "Come the Spring." There are more than thirty-six million copies of her books in print.
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Its the typical story of a gorgeous, huge, ruggedly good looking FBI agent (who fortunately has dual nationality so he can be descended from one of the scottish lairds in her previous much loved book The Bride) who helps out a friend (of 2 weeks) by bodyguarding the friends sisters flatmate (yes! a tortuous very loose connection) who in the space of a day has several people trying to kill her for very complicated, ridiculous reasons. The story and characters are very shallow and so nauseatingly impressed by each other - the hero manages to solve various other crimes along the way much to the admiration of the poor ordinary detectives who have worked cases for ages only to have the hero solve them for them in 5 minutes.
A lot of time is given to one of the "hitmen" which really doesn't add to the story. Having read several pages describing all his previous "hits" and getting very frustrated and bored i realised i was supposed to be laughing but it was just not funny and went on far too long.
The romance between the two leads was lukewarm with hardly any verbal interaction and in the end i really didn't care what happened to either of them, the book was immediately consigned to the charity shop bag before i went off to cry with disappointment and disgust.
I know that a lot of my points could also be made of her previous books which despite being some of my all time favourites i have to admit are a bit corny.Read more ›