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Lover in the Rough by ELIZABETH LOWELL
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Lover in the Rough (edition 1994)

by ELIZABETH LOWELL

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Wonderful candy. A nice, light read with a quick and captivating story. Just enough development to keep you interested and reading, not bogged down or confused. ( )
  izze.t | May 23, 2008 |
PACING: fast paced; balanced dialogue and description; quick read; CHARACTERIZATION: most important; recognizable but are developed through action; roguish; sympathetic; emotional involvement; reader identification; STORYLINE: character-centered; racy; resolved ending; fairly sexually explicit; episodic; FRAME: gemstones; Equestrian Olympics -- 3 day event, dressage; bittersweet; hard-edged; melodramatic; suspenseful; contemporary; conversational style ( )
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Dedication
to my editor
Patricia Smith
who with intelligence, humor and tact
ensures that I don't stray from
the primrose path

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"Ms. Farrall," asked the photographer, "do you want the white jade dish next to the baroque pearl cluster or the ivory sculpture?"
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Reba Farrall was lost—until a kindly old gentleman took her under his wing and helped heal her shattered spirit. Now her dearest friend is gone, leaving her with a doubting, broken heart...and half-interest in a California gem mine. But Chance Walker has burst into Reba's life—a daring adventurer who believes in nothing except the priceless uncut stones for which he searches the Earth. In the blistering heat of Death Valley—in the intoxicating presence of a jewel more exquisite than any he has ever seen—Chance must confront a dire peril that stalks the sad and sensuous beauty. For only he can save Reba Farrall from harm—and only she can teach him how to love.
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Reba Farrall was lost—until a kindly old gentleman took her under his wing and helped heal her shattered spirit. Now her dearest friend is gone, leaving her with a doubting, broken heart...and half-interest in a California gem mine. But Chance Walker has burst into Reba's life—a daring adventurer who believes in nothing except the priceless uncut stones for which he searches the Earth. In the blistering heat of Death Valley—in the intoxicating presence of a jewel more exquisite than any he has ever seen—Chance must confront a dire peril that stalks the sad and sensuous beauty. For only he can save Reba Farrall from harm—and only she can teach him how to love.

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Reba Farrall was lost until a kindly old gentleman took her under his wing and helped heal her shattered spirit. Now her dearest friend is gone, leaving her with a doubting, broken heart and half-interest in a California gem mine. But Chance Walker has burst in Reba's life--a daring adventurer who believes in nothing except the priceless uncut stones for which he searches the Earth. In the blistering heat of Death Valley--in intoxicating presence of a jewel more exquisite than any he has ever seen, Chance must confront a dire peril that stalks the sad and sensuous beauty. For only he can save Reba Farrall from harm, and only she can teach him how to love.… (more)

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