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In their first collaboration, the Haddad sisters thrill with a romantic tale about an American administrator who finds love--and danger--at a Japanese school when her nationwide counterparts disappear, and economic turmoil and criminal suspicion surround her. Original.
Paperback, 304 pages
Published January 1st 2011 by Genesis Press
(first published January 1st 2006)
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This book had its good points and its bad points, but mostly it was kind of flat.It never did get under my skin. I usually do not get to read books in the African American Interracial romance genre because they are routinely stolen from the public library. One of the librarians did a search for me for some of the more popular titles in the genre and they all had been stolen from every library they had been placed in in the entire United States. That's sad. I checked out a copy of a romance novel ...more
Pretty timely with all the economic stuff going on in real life and how it effects people and relationships more than just money. I've mentioned in some other reviews that I like my romance stories to be deeper or more relavant than just two people making eyes at each other.
I really enjoyed this book almost up til the very end. Almost at the end the Ms. Haddad and her co-writer need to move the plot along and Abigail made some decisions that just didn't make much sense in my mind. But, other then that I liked the characters and the intrigue and the brief look at Japan.