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ISBN: 0739413600

ISBN13: 9780739413609

The Price of Passion

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"Does it have a name?" Vivian asked Walter. What would be the proper question to ask her husband of nearly twenty years, when he brings home his illegitimate baby as casually as a bag of groceries?... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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5 ratings

Great Book

This was the first book I've read by Evelyn Palfrey. I loved the story and the suspense it took you through. I was hooked after the first chapter. I just couldn't put the book down. The ending was so good I had to re-read it. I thought Evelyn did a wonderful job with this book.

Very good and interesting reading

I really enjoy the work of this new and upcoming author. This author definetly needs more exposure. this is the second book I read by Ms Palfrey and it was indeed a page turner. I like the fact that she did not give a description of the main characters, you had to make up your own. My characterization of Walter changed as I read and whether I was liking this character or not. I must say I enjoyed the romance, the mystery, the family scenes in Georgia, the concerts at the camp ground. Women in the prime of their lives deserves some romance and excitement also. So, kudos to Vivian! There is nothing I can say that I disliked. I would recommend this book to all.

Wonderful Read!

This was one of the best books that I have ever read. I just happened upon this author, so I decided to give her a try. Now I cannot get to the bookstore fast enough to get her other books. This books grabs and holds your attention on the first page. I could not put it down. I will definitely be passing the word. This book contained everything and more. Keep up the good work Ms. Palfrey, I'll be reading.

Breath-taking and tantilizing

This was the first book that I have read by Evelyn Palfrey, and I must say that I am in the process of ordering her other two books. Vivian was a strong woman and although no descriptions were given in the book none had to be about her, Marc, or any of the other characters. The story that the author wrote is something that happens in everyday life. She added a twinge that made me not to want to put the book down. I look forward to reading Palfrey's other two books, Three Perfect Men and Dangerous Dilemmas, as well as any future books.

Make sure all your chores are finished before you start this

This book was so good that I started reading it at 6:30, after cooking dinner, and didn't put it down until I read the last line. The 10 pm news was coming on when I finished. I didn't even notice that the main characters hadn't been described. I know so many people like all of the characters, in the book. I was able to place a face with each character. As my husband was driving us through the 5:00 pm traffic, I read the Seduction chapter. Five minutes later, I just had to re-read the chapter aloud to him. We had to laugh because our home town, Little Rock, has the same functions, with all the same characters. The owner of the Hearne's Fine Art Gallery told me, as she recommended the book, that it was a page turner. Palfrey's characters were very realistic. I felt Vivian's pain when Walter brought the baby home. I felt her growing love for Marc. I felt like I was at the festival with them. When Denise LaSalle started singing, I felt Vivian's release. I could see her releasing herself and letting her hair down. The one and only time I felt sorry for Walter was when he had to turn and look at Bobby, after watching the video. I felt that it was the only time that he forgot about all that was at stake and felt sorry for what he had done to Porsche. Even at the hospital, he felt ashamed, not for what he had done to Vivian and everyone else, but how he had allowed everything to get out of control. This is certainly a book worth reading again. Just a note to the author, Vivian is too smart of a woman to, even for a moment, be BS'd by Walter's flowers. Cora's statement about the BS should never had to be spoken. Vivian had resigned herslf long before, to see right through him. Good Job!!!
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