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4.0 out of 5 stars Suffering from a little touch of "Sequel-itis"?, May 20, 2001
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In this sequel to the delightful "Eclipse Bay" we meet the feudin' Hartes and Madisons once again. This time, Lillian Harte falls victim to the charms of Gabe Madison and love and mayhem ensue. Unfortunately, this book doesn't hold up as well against the original, in my opinion. The sparkle and wit that permeated the first book is not as prevalent (maybe I just missed Winston the dog) and because much of the Harte/Madison conflict had been resolved by Rafe and Hannah in "Eclipse Bay", the feud as a plot device was lacking! However, these comments are not meant to dissuade any potential readers - Jayne Ann Krentz is truly a master of her genre and you won't find a better lighthearted romance around than one with her name on it!! I would urge, however, that you start with "Eclipse Bay" just to keep the characters in chronological order and then, after reading "Dawn", wait, as I am, for the next book about Nick and Octavia Brightwell!
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Initial post: Jan 20, 2013 8:56:52 PM PST
L. Sanchez says:
I agree. I enjoyed the first book too. I have tried several times to get into the second one and just can't. It's slow and kind of boring. Will probably read the last chapter and move on to the last book.
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