Night Fever - Diana Palmer Reviews
Description:ISBN 0263855481 / Author: Diana Palmer / Genre: Fiction / At the tender age of twenty-four, Rebecca Cullen had a full-time job, was raising two teenage brothers, supported her elderly grandfather and tended to their family farm. But when her troubled brother Clay is arrested, ... more
Night Fever - Diana Palmer ... Rebecca's complicated world falls apart. The last thing she needs is the arrogant, rude and devastatingly attractive Rourke Kilpatrick prosecuting her brother...Rourke knows Clay is innocent and can't help sympathising with Rebecca and her family - and Rebecca can deny the sizzling attraction she feels for the lawyer. As passions flare, innocent Rebecca is swept away by sensual, sophisticated Rourke. But, is the man she's falling in love with just using her to pursue a criminal? Now, Rebecca must decide which is stronger: Rourke's passion for the law - or for her.
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by ladybracknell - written on 03/10/11, updated on 04/10/11 (Very useful, 125 readings)
case to crack! Now, I couldn t write a romance novel, even a bad one, if I tried but it was pretty evident to me that Diana Palmer isn t my kind of romance writer. She s a mistress of purple prose and some of the dialogue had me hooting with laughter, especially the love scenes between Jeremiah and Phoebe. If some bloke had ever said such things to me as "I m going to have you to the roots of your pretty hair" or "I m going to make you claw my back raw while I m having you", I think I d have been more inclined to laugh than melt into a puddle of desire. I found the dialogue unimaginative, not at all erotic and definitely unromantic. The ...
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