Murder, theft, and intrigue in the field of anthropology are at the heart of this top-flight novel by bestselling author Diana Palmer.
Ever since graduating from college, young Phoebe Keller has put her heart on hold and concentrated on her work as curator of a Native American museum in North Carolina. The discovery of an alleged Neanderthal sk
The book was published in 2004 so I'm not sure why it was set in 1994 and 1997.
I liked the thing that kept them apart for the first 3 years. When they met again they got it out and explained ...more
Phoebe has been in love with Cortez since she met him in Charleston. Cortez has the same feelings for her but he is afraid. Needless to say circumstances happen that lead them to be apart from one another. If I tell it gives away a major part of the story. Phoebe now is the curator of a museum just outs ...more
Three years ago Phoebe Keller fell deeply in love with Jeremiah Cortez. And she thought the feeling was mutual. But he broke her heart when she received a newspaper clipping about his wedding to another woman. No words. No explanation.
Then circumstances involving murders occurred, a situation that forced them to work together closely.
*sigh* I loved Jeremiah. He's my kind of her ...more
Phoebe's been in love with Cortez since her years in college. At that time, Cortez promised her future together. Until one day he left and sent her a letter, with his marriage clipping in it! Heartbroken and alone, Phoebe went work at a museum. Three years later when she's involved with a murder case, Cortez's the one who investigate it. What will happen next?
I kind of liked it. I find Cortez's not that snob as Diana Palmer's Hero usually be. He's tender and s ...more
Its a story off a girl broken hearted, who moves away to a small remote town who has got a degree in anthropology, but she is currently working in a library to heal her broken heart running away from a romance that was cut short with no explaination. The man she was in love with and has never gotten over is a cherokee indian "Cortez' with long dark hair and much older than her. It is when the girl recieves an anonymous phone c ...more
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É com certeza uma ótima leitura, ainda mais se vc for fã da DP, pois vai encontrar alguns personagens conhecidos, e é claro há o casal principal Cortez e Phoebe e todo o drama envolvendo suas vidas.
Bom, não é o melhor livro da DP, mesmo assim é ótimo.
E ainda tem a adorável e maluca Alice Jones que num futuro próximo encontrará seu par, no nosso amado Harley Fowler.
E os policiais Parker e Dane que ultimamente a ...more
This was the first of MANY books I intend to read of Diana Palmer's. I really enjoyed "Before Sunrise" as the story & characters were of Indian decent. The plot explored & did share tidbits of history in the story line, which I also found interesting.
How the story took a twist of a MAN of HONOR I thought it to be, when a brother pass's away, leaving a woman who was blindly in love with him became pregnant with his child. The living brother comes to help, but that's all I will share, as ...more
I didn’t like how so much of the storyline takes place outside of the book. The couple meeting, their supposed great attraction to one another, and ...more
Hero not as awful as some of her others. Still a jerk, though.
Wow! A Diana Palmer that didn't TOTALLY turn me off from the hero. Although, I wonder if it's because her previous heroes were such jerks that this guy was a prince among them?
I liked this book. I liked the characters and supporting characters, too. It was a quick, engaging, sexy read.
Speaking of sexy...the heroine's loss of her virginity was one of the sexiest scenes I have read to date. We're not talking ero ...more
Susan Eloise Spaeth was born on 11 December 1946 in Cuthbert, Georgia, USA. She was the eldest daughter of Maggie Eloise Cliatt, a nurse and also journalist, and William Olin Spaeth, a college professor. Her mother was part of the women's liberation movement many years before it became fashionab ...more