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- Publisher: Random House Audio; Unabridged edition (December 30, 2003)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 073930951X
- ISBN-13: 978-0739309513
- Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 1.1 x 7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 148 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,970,141 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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From the Inside Flap
Sandra Brown has won over fans and critics throughout
the world with more than fifty New York Times
bestselling novels. Her early works were hailed by
Rendezvous magazine as stories with ?larger than life
heroes and heroines [who] make you believe all the
warm, wonderful, wild things in life.? Here is
the unforgettable story of a woman who returns to
her small hometown in the South?and finds
that the sins of her past are right where she left them.
Never. Sunny Chandler always said she?d never go
back to the tiny town where she grew up. It was just
three years ago that she was at the center of a notorious
scandal?and the good folks of Latham Green,
Louisiana, made it clear they?d never let her forget it.
So Sunny packed up and headed for New Orleans, and
now she wouldn?t give up city life for the world. But
when she?s invited to her best friend?s wedding, Sunny
has no choice but to go home. And with her return
come the whispers?the looks?the rumors she tried
to escape. It doesn?t take Sunny long to see that
Latham Green has nothing new to offer. Except
maybe Ty Beaumont.
The moment Ty and Sunny first meet at a party, he can
see she?s no ordinary woman. With her dazzling hair,
and eyes the color of gold, she?s a flesh-and-blood
fantasy?and Ty vows he?ll have her in his bed before
the week is out. Yet even when he turns on his southern
charm, Sunny makes it clear she?s not interested.
Sure, a night with Ty would be wilder than Bourbon
Street at Mardi Gras. But Sunny?s not in town to
become some good ol? boy?s latest conquest, no matter
how sexy he is. Little does she know that Ty
isn?t used to taking no for an answer?and he isn?t
about to start now.
Soon what began as an innocent flirtation becomes
a tantalizingly slow, skillfully deliberate, and
overwhelmingly seductive pursuit that even Sunny
finds hard to resist. But resist him she will. For
Sunny is harboring an agonizing secret?the painful
truth of why she left Latham Green the way she did.
What she really needs now is a friend?and that?s when
she discovers there may be more to Ty Beaumont
than meets the eye. Despite his roguish facade, Sunny
comes to see he has a heart of gold. Still, she doesn?t
know if she can trust another person with her secret
heartbreak?not even the one man who may
be able to heal it.
From the Hardcover edition.
About the Author
Sandra Brown began her writing career in 1980.
After selling her first book, she wrote a succession
of romance novels under several pseudonyms, most of
which remain in print. She has become one of the
country’s most popular novelists, earning the notice of
Hollywood and of critics. There are sixty million copies
of her books in print, and her work has been translated
into thirty languages. Prior to writing, she worked
in commercial television and as an on-air personality
for PM Magazine and for local news in Dallas. The
parents of two, she and her husband now divide their
time between homes in Texas and South Carolina --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Top customer reviews
During the wedding ceremony, when asked to say" I do," Sunny said "I don't" and walked out of the church. She then moved to New Orleans. She never explained why, and the town has been full of gossip and conjecture ever since. It is three years later. Sunny's best friend Fran is getting married and asked her to come home for a week to help. On Sunny's first night back she meets Ty at a pre-wedding party. Ty moved to town shortly after Sunny had moved out.
The entire book is about Ty wooing Sunny and winning her over. Secondary stories were discovering why Sunny walked out of her wedding and what bad things happened in Ty's past. It's shorter than most romance novels.
I recently read Night Angel and enjoyed the guy's "gentleness and restraint" in wooing and having sex with an abused woman. Ty in this book is as opposite as you can get. He is oblivious to the words "no" and "go away." I've read about a lot of guys who give orders in the bedroom, but I don't recall reading about someone as "forceful in flirting" as Ty outside the bedroom. For example: When he first meets Sunny, he walks up to her, chats for a minute and then says George "bet a new fly-casting rod against a case of Wild Turkey that I couldn't get you into bed with me by the end of next week." He then puts his arms around her and starts dancing with her, even though she said she didn't want to dance. She's almost in shock from his words and actions. Although she keeps saying no, Ty keeps showing up. He touches her and kisses her against her will, but each time she melts. I couldn't stop thinking about or comparing this to date rape, but Ty's actions were somehow positive, not negative. It didn't hurt that he was gorgeous and women swooned over him. And he never raped her. He forcibly kissed her and touched her, and she was welcoming in her responses, and then he would say goodbye - and then she was mad at herself because she didn't wanted him to stop. I think it worked because Ty wanted her to be happy and wanted things to be good for her. I wouldn't want a guy to read this book and get ideas thinking this is the way to treat women, but for a woman to read it, it's ok. It's a definite change of pace, and it was fun. It's light reading, no suspense or bad guys here - other than picking the right mate.
Story length: 227 pages. Swearing language: mild. Sexual language: mild. Number of sex scenes: 2. Total number of sex scene pages: 7. Setting: current day Latham Green, Louisiana. Copyright: 1987. Genre: contemporary romance.