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Terri posts on 12/24/2009 2:34:35 AM
In Sandra Brown's book "Envy", what was the original title of "The Vanquished" ?
carol hansen posts on 8/31/2009 8:10:54 PM
has anyone read "smash Out"or the other .one with smash in the title.I seen it on the shelf at our local lumber yard, and did not write it down..any review would help before I do the reserve at our local library..thank you,,,carol
Cissa posts on 12/31/2008 4:32:50 PM
I just finished "The Switch" and "White Hot". And I think those are the most exciting books I have ever read in my life. Love you Sandra, you're the best!!
tinuke posts on 12/5/2008 7:30:22 AM
i love you sandra, you will always be my best author, right from when i was in high school, till now that am married, i have not stop reading your novels. God bless you for me. love you.
Chris posts on 2/9/2008 4:58:23 PM
"Breakfast in Bed" is the most terrible book I've ever read! What a horrible person this Sloan is for lusting after her best friend's fiancee. And love him? Impossible! She's telling him she loves him when she barely knows him; she's just being a lustful pig! Perhaps that would have made more sense if this Carter were a nice man, but he's actually a really bad-tempered JERK! Hey, I like Romance novels just as long as they are in fact romantic, which this is not. A more appropriate title for this book would have been "Two Pigs In A Blanket," as it is in facts about two pigs.
Phyllis posts on 12/15/2007 11:08:28 AM
I'm looking for Sandra Brown's book that has the character, Cash Beaudreaux in it. Thank you.
posts on 8/9/2006 4:37:36 PM
I just finished Hello, darkness. I think it's one of her best books.
Ash posts on 3/14/2006 12:40:30 PM
If you're doing a book report you should have read the book and don't nned to ask those questions. The publishing date is in the inside jacket, and I think you can deduce who it was written for..
Kay posts on 2/23/2006 3:04:18 PM
i am doing a report on Chill Factor and i would like to know who this book was intended forand why was it intended for "", and when it was made.
lara6190 posts on 2/20/2006 3:06:12 PM
for those who asked about chill factor...although it could have been written in "tighter" format - perhaps better editing? - thoroughly enjoyable. it kept me turning pages guessing and reguessing the conclusion(s). this is a book with several interesting twists and the author does not forget to tie all the "ends" together. i will definitely look for more of her books.
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