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ISBN:
037345161X
Author:
Anne Stuart
Category:
Contemporary
Language:
English
Publisher:
Silhouette; Reprint edition (February 1, 1994)
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1875 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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Tangled Lies, reprinted in Men Made in America Now You See Him. Special Gifts. She had bread and cheese wrapped in a cloth-her own bread, and a magnificent loaf, if she should say so herself-and for the next few hours she could do exactly what she wanted. Nanny Gruen had settled herself for what she called a little lay-down, and the old woman fondly assumed that her one-time charge would obey the rules. Nanny had forgotten that Sophie never obeyed rules when she deemed them ridiculous, or inconvenient, and today she had every intention of giving in to temptation.

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Anne Stuart, born Anne Kristine Stuart (born May 2, 1948 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), is an American romance novelist. She has written over 100 novels and is a recipient of the Romance Writers of America's Lifetime Achievement Award

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For the Daileys it was an odyssey of discovery. For you, it"s the journey of a lifetime. Your tour of desire begins with this story set in Montana.

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Against the Wind (1985). What Lies Beneath: The Road to Hidden Harbor, Remember Me, Primal Fear (2002) (con Caroline Burnes y Joanna Wayne). Lost in the Night: Real Thing, Heat Lightening, Father: Unknown (2002) (con Barbara Delinsky y Tara Taylor Quinn). Kissing Frosty, The Boss, the Baby and the Bride (2002) (con Day Leclaire). Men Made in America Vol 4 (2007) (con Curtiss Ann Matlock, Dixie Browning, Emilie Richards y Patricia Rosemoor). Perfil de Anne Stewart en eReader.

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  • Aedem
Anne Stuart perversely loves to create a male who is far from a hero, and then provoke, tantalize and lure her readers into for falling him. She must set around and make lists of all the types of men in the world a woman would swear she would never fall for, then with a wry grin, she sets about to prove to us she can do just that very feat. She has given us a hitman, a thief, a court jester, a cult leader...well the list is endless. Just as I think she has hit the bottom of the list, I find yet another. This time she does her Stuart magic and casts the hero as the heroine's brother.
When Rachel Chandler was 12-years-old, her brother Emmett was involved with a radical group of protesters. A bomb accidentally blew up killing several people, along with Emmett's girl friend. Emmett alone survived, just the quirk of fate that he had been out getting pizzas at the time. Emmett vanished, last seen in Hawaii, but for fifteen years no one had heard from him. No one except Rachel Chandler. Every year on her birthday she receives a package, post marked from various places around the world. So, when word comes from her uncle that Emmett is back in Hawaii at the family home, even her fear of flying will not stop her from being reunited with the brother she hadn't seen for fifteen years.
Only Emmett is not quite how she remembers him. She feared Emmett might be given to gaining weight, but this man is hard, lean. He carries scars from varies fights, attesting to his being in foreign places where life is cheap. Emmett is not happy when Rachel shows up on his doorstep. Neither is her uncle. Rachel soon comes to fear Emmett is not Emmett and this impostor and her uncle are playing a charade in order to get at the vast fortune left in trust for the real Emmett.
Is a steamy sexy, shadowy novel that Stuart does so well, showing whether in full novels or series romance, no one can touch the resident genius of dark romantic tales. Another Stuart keeper - but then aren't they all?
  • Irostamore
The book arrived faster than I expected and was in excellent condition. I would use this seller again!
  • Diredefender
I usually enjoy pseudo incestuous taboo love stories for the angst that comes with it and all that. So when I saw this book by chance in my Friends of the Library book sale and read the back cover: long lost brother?! “A man Rachel wants as she's never wanted another?!!!” I had to have it! Well, let’s just say it was just “alright” to me. In the beginning, there was this anticipation from me about the “brother”. The audience already knows earlier in the book that the “brother” is not really the brother. Of course our poor heroine doesn’t know this. So in the first half of the book she is under this impression. I’m sorry to say but I wanted to smack the heroine. I had to go back into the book and check out how old she was. (By my faded memory I think she was 27/28??) Well, I have to say, holy cow, she acted like she was 10 years old. I mean this grown arse woman was asking to be kissed by her “brother” the way he used to when she was a kid (forehead, nose, lips) Now just imagine yourself a grown arse adult asking your grown arse brother for that? And then wearing skimpy clothes or some bathroom shenanigans (forgot that scene so cant describe it too well) Uh noooo.. Unbelievable LOL. I understand the author is just trying to inject humor and maybe a little angst ( on the H’s part) in there but its not just plausible. But yeah the h is REALLLLY submerged in her obsession with her “brother” and it even comes to a head Lol! But in the 2nd half of the book it changes but I don’t want to give it all away. I was kind of laughing though because when the h discovers the truth about her it did seem like her “desire” faded too. But don’t worry she they still “lurve” each other and h’s attraction returns. I gave it 3 stars because I was rather curious about the story and I liked the mystery of her real brother and I thought that was a little funny. But in regards to the “taboo” aspect of it, sure I love my brother/stepbrother pseudo family love stories but only if its done in a believable (for HP :P) kinda way. The way this was done it was a bit too much and a “yeah right!!?” kinda way.
  • Bine
How does she do it? How in the world does Anne Stuart have the talent to turn ANY man into a DESIRABLE man! I have been wanting to get my hand on this early work of Stuart's and was so happy when the "Famous First" line reprinted it. Although an early work of hers, the quality of her writing is there....I dare you to figure this story out before Stuart decide to just out right tell you!

Caution!!!! There is a strong, what I like to call, "ICK" factor in this book. Rachel believes that the man known as Emmett is her brother. There is lots of sexual tension between them right from the beginning, and they even share a passionate kiss even though they are "siblings". This almost made me sick. I hate incest plot lines. It just is so evil and bad! Once all that is cleared up, the web that is explained is so surprising and destined, that by the end of the book, the whole 'incest" scene seems very far away and more palatable.
  • Ylal
I loved this book. I've read quite a few Intrigues, and I don't say that every day. Here's the back cover of the book:

She was all caught up in his tangled lies...

The porcelain butterflies arrived like clockwork every year on her birthday. Rachel Chandler received gifts postmarked from exotic places all over the world from her brother Emmett, who had been living underground since his implication in a bombing in the later 1960's.

After fifteen years, Rachel was about to see Emmett again. He had surfaced in Hawaii, and nothing could keep her from going to him. But when they did meet, Rachel knew something was terribly wrong. She hadn't expected to recognize Emmett right away... but she hadn't expected to be attracted to him either!

Well, if you need more than that to get you to open the book... The story is set up very well, with excellent pacing, good characters, and good resolution. The romance part of the story is handled artfully, actually eliciting an emotional response on the part of the reader. Recommended reading.