St. Martin's, Oct 2002, 6.50, 320 pp.
At a party hosted by Gamble Records CEO David Gamble, guest Kylie Rogers uses the first opportunity to escape the boredom of the lout with her by climbing out a window. However, Kylie will never make it as a cat burglar as she lands in a hedge. David watching her performance frees her from her predicament. She tells David that she is Kylie McGillicuddy before kissing him and escaping in a red Mustang.
David Gamble wants to see the fascinating Kylie again so he searches for his mysterious guest, but fails to find her. Meanwhile, Kylie's sister, the hottest singer under company contract, uses her influence to obtain an accounting job for her sibling with Gamble Records. At fist David is delightd to see her again but when costly errors begin appearing in accounting David wonders if his new hire, who he is attracted to, is trying to destroy him.
Though tracing a red Mustang does not seem so difficult, readers will enjoy RECORD TIME, an amusing romantic suspense novel that is a top ten hit for Beverly Brandt. The lead couple is a delightful pair and the support cast, especially her sister, propel the story line forward. As the plot moves briskly between industry intrigue and humorous romantic interludes, both sides of the tale blend nicely together to provide an enjoyable novel.
The review of this Book prepared by Harriet Klausner