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Midnight Rainbow by Linda Howard
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Sep 10, 10

bookshelves: romantic-suspense
Read in January, 2008

Fun, good story. Warrior-type saves smart, feisty, troublesome heroine - danger, suspense and love.

Setting is current day Central American jungle with former CIA-type agent. Sexual language: moderate. Number of sex scenes: eight or more. Copyright: 1986. Genre: romantic suspense.

When the two were captured by Turego, she pretended to have missed Turego and kissed him as an act so he wouldn't tie her up so she could help Grant escape. Yet Grant got jealous and believed the act. Grant's anger was not believable, and I think Grant should have known what she was doing. This was the weakest part of the story. But, I still recommend it as a fun escape.

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Jane Stewart I still have fond feelings myself, which surpises me since I read it almost 5 years ago. So many other books I forget, but this one I remember.

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