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Sharp Edges by Jayne Ann Krentz
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Jul 08, 2010

it was ok
bookshelves: romance
Read in May, 2007

I don't really like modern romance novels anymore. I used to read a whole heap of them back in HS and my not so secret secret is that I have approximately 1.5m² of Mills and Boon novels. No, I really mean the ². That said, having enjoyed Amanda Quick's historical novels (Jayne Ann Krentz' name when she's writing historicals) I decided to give her modern day spins a try. Le sigh. I resort to google again.

Sharp Edges teams up a dark tortured former PI, Colfax in search of a legendary class cup Hades with Eugenia Swift, a museum curator trying to find out what has happened to her friend Nellie. Of course their paths combine somehow and they end up on an island together, Colfax having tracked down Hades to the island and the island being Nellie's place of death. They combine a flimsy cover story (Colfax being Eugenia's assistant) before resorting to the old and tried, "We're a couple!" story. I kept wanting to bash Eugenia on the head as she seemed particularly dense.

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