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Project Eve

3.53 of 5 stars 3.53  ·  rating details  ·  55 ratings  ·  5 reviews
To dig up the truth behind the mysterious death of a senator's daughter, private investigator Rachel Anderson is going back to school. Passing herself off as a transfer student at the small, prestigious college the troubled girl last attended--funded by the powerful Shepherd's Cross Ministry--Rachel finds the secluded campus almost too idyllic, and the girls invited to par...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published June 7th 2005 by Zebra (first published January 1st 2005)
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Project Eve is so much better than Pure Dynamite that I am surprised it's by the same author! I did not even finish the previous book because of the annoying heroine but Project Eve had me glued from start to finish. It has all the elements I look for in a romantic suspense - to die for hero, kick-ass heroine, breath-taking sexual tension AND Ms Bach delivers some scorching sex scenes, too. Whilst there is no great mystery about the villains, the suspense is there up to the final page which left...more
Marika Charalambous
Was not a bad read, but nothing extraordinary either. Will look for more books by this author though.
2.5 stars. In a few words…

The Good: Engaging, sexy, intriguing, suspenseful

The Bad: Ending, contrived, pacing, romance.

Personally, I felt the romance side of the plot was very weak and unsatisfying (the smexy times were pretty hot though). I attribute that to the fact I didn't really care about the H/h. I didn't hate them per se, I was just indifferent toward them. The pacing was very inconsistent as well, making the book boring and tedious. I even had to set the book down for several months bef...more
This was a reasonable reading book, but doesn't leave me wanting more. The characters were bland and the plot predictable.
Weak plot. 2 dimensional characters. No sparks between H/H
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Kathy Holzapfel (pronounced hole-zaf-el) has been writing fiction since childhood. Her first romantic suspense novel, LONE RIDER, was published by Warner Books, now Hachette, in 2001, under the pseudonym Lauren Bach. She published three more Bach novels with Warner and Kensington Books.

In 2009, Kathy kicked off a new series of romantic thrillers written under the pseudonym, Cate Noble. Book one of...more
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