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Mass Market Paperback The Enemy's Daughter Book

ISBN: 0373271344

ISBN13: 9780373271344

The Enemy's Daughter

(Book #9 in the A Year of Loving Dangerously Series)

Includes excerpt from 'The way we wed' by Par Warren.


Format: Mass Market Paperback

Condition: Very Good

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Customer Reviews

3 ratings


Well worth reading as it is not to hard to get involved in the characters.Cover was atrocious but then they must be running out of ideas.Russell Devane took on the persona of Steve Trace to infiltrate Pear Tree Cattle Station, apparently Simon's stronghold,Here, Lise Meldrum, Simon's daughter has been running the Station since she was sixteen, and apparently making a good job of it. Hardly ever seeing her father.The story itself moved along quite well and the characters were great supports but I had a hardtime invisioning Cookie as an aborigne. [sorry if I mispelled it]Also are there really credit card looking phones? Agent Devane took a lot more caution with his cover than some agents in other books. And would agents really give in and explain who they are and who they work for? Doesn't seem reasonable, the Agency is supposed to be Top Secret. [Too many people are learning about it.]Lise capitulated too easily in the end in believing everything about her father and that he had nothing hidden on the Station. How would she know?It was great meeting Jeff Kirby again and Agent Tish Buckner is another new character [10 years older than Jeff?] -- Now on to their story in THE WAY WE WED by Pat Warren.Recommended --M and so the saga goes.

The Enemy's Daughter

This book was pretty good. I haven't read any others in the series but I think I might. The story was good, although I do agree with the other review that it wasn't very place specific - that's because the author herself admits to not visiting Australia - so that could have hampered the research and description. The other thing I had a problem with, which may seem small to some, but is big to me, was an error the author made. She mentions the male hero eating biscuits for breakfast. Biscuits = cookies in Australia, not the biscuits they have in the US. We don't eat those biscuits (close to scones) in Australia. This was only a small thing, but it really did dampen the book for me. If I hadn't known the author wasn't Australian, that would have made me pick up on it.

Captivating Read

Ths is another good addition to the Year of Living Dangerously. SPEAR Agent Russell Devane pursues Simon by working at Simon's daughter, Lise Meldrum, Cattle Station in Australia. Lise Meldrum, who knows nothing of her father's machinations, is strong, likable, innocent, and questions her worth due to her father's lack of love for her. Russell Devane is captivated by Lise, and gets emotionally involved.I only found two negatives. One, this book could have been written on any cattle ranch (not much specific to Australia). Two, everything just seems to come together in the end too easy, but this is a romance after all! Besides this, this book was a great read. It will stay on my keepers shelf!
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