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Still Of The Night

3.32  ·  Rating Details ·  65 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Ancient moss-draped oaks and gracious antebellum manors are the evocative backdrop for this story of one woman's determination to preserve her family's legacy at any cost -- even at the risk of losing the kind of love that comes along once in a lifetime.
Paperback, 352 pages
Published January 1st 2002 by Kensington (first published 2001)
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Apr 06, 2010 Audrey rated it liked it
"Who would believe," Rose added, trying to perk up Stella, "that three quiet, peaceful women could get involved in such derring-do?"

Synopsis: A modern-day Scarlett has to save the Louisian plantation from drug runners and police corruption while facing lectures on romance from her maiden great aunt and her best friend. Oh, she's also searching Tara for a decades-old hidden treasure.

Stella St. Vallier is the last of the storied and land-rich St. Valliers. She leaves her tenure-track position at t
Andrea Seaver
In the chaos of moving, a small box of books made it to the unpacking table, and this oldie (but not badie) was in there. Since other, more recent, additions to the towering TBR pile were out of reach, Still of the Night found it's way into the reading pile.
Now, I've read it before, and for some reason, I kept it on the shelf instead of passing on or donating, so it must have grabbed me on some level. It is a romanitc suspense, and done very well, McKinney has a lovely turn of phrase, and a kna
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Jun 24, 2013 Stacie Tyndal rated it it was ok
I tried to finish this book but I had to stop. I couldn't take it anymore. The book was written in 2001 but the vocabulary is from 60 years ago I think. There were "surrant" breezes. Whatever that means. When I read a book I don't care for long detailed descriptions of what flowers look like because it usually isn't pertinent to the story. I liked the premise but I couldn't get into the story and Stella was annoying. By Chapter 8 I gave up. I might revisit it at a later date.
Sep 04, 2007 Erica rated it liked it
Something about this book disappointed me...not enough of a climax, or something. It's entertaining though.
Jun 23, 2011 Diane rated it liked it
a bit slow for me in the beginning but once i got past the first 60 pages, i couldn't wait to finish it.
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Ruth Leslie Goodman Roberson, well-known as Meagan McKinney gave up a thriving career as a biologist to become a full-time romance writer. She is author of over 20 critically acclaimed novels. Divorced, she lives with her two children in in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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