At the Edge of the Sun (Maggie Bennett, 3)
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At the Edge of the Sun (Maggie Bennett #3)

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From this bestselling romance writer and winner of the Golden Medallion Award comes the third and final book of the Maggie Bennett romantic adventure trilogy. In it, Maggie attempts to track down the culprit who has stolen her mother's jewelry and attempted to murder her. Joining forces with British Secret Service agent (and her former lover) Randall Carter, Maggie embarks...more
Kindle Edition, 218 pages
Published September 15th 2011 by Dell Publishing Co. (first published 1987)
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I enjoyed this book but I was really kinda lost and had a sneaking suspicion that this book was part of a series - a series I hadn't read (that is bad). It is, BTW. I also had difficulty believing the change of heart that the two main characters went thru as the story progressed. Love? I guess maybe they did feel love but ... but in the end it was that this book just wasn't up to Ms. Stuart's normal level of tension and her "dangerous hero" wasn't as dangerous as she normally makes them.
Maggie Bennett is stunned to hear her mother is in a coma after her boyfriend tried to kill her. Maggie and her sister, Holly, are quickly on the trail of Timothy Flynn, vowing to bring him to justice. But, they don't find Flynn in London. They find Randall Carter, Maggie's former lover. Maggie believes Randall killed her husband two years earlier. Now is her chance to get even.

I'm really split on my rating for this book. I liked the chase all over the world in search of Timothy Flynn. It kept m...more
This was pretty bad. It's not a good standalone novel. Maggie Bennett, the heroine, was intensely annoying and unlikable. Randall Carter, the hero, was too in love with her and not as cool and amazing and Stuart's usual heroes. I couldn't even finish it.
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Anne Stuart is a grandmaster of the genre, winner of Romance Writers of America's prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award, survivor of more than thirty-five years in the romance business, and still just keeps getting better.

Her first novel was Barrett's Hill, a gothic romance published by Ballantine in 1974 when Anne had just turned 25. Since then she's written more gothics, regencies, romantic sus...more
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