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Wed to a Stranger? (Safe Haven) by Jule…

Wed to a Stranger? (Safe Haven)

by Jule McBride

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Wed To A Stranger? by Jule McBride released on Mar 25, 1997 is available now for purchase.



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Awesome story. Reminds me of the movie true lies ( )
  jenniebooks | May 11, 2016 |
I can’t, in good conscience, recommend this book to anyone. Not even to Harlequin fans! Now, I admit that I don’t read many Harlequin books….in fact, I can’t remember the last time I read one…. but this one was pretty bad. There are a few spoilers ahead, but since I don’t think you should read this, it doesn’t matter, right?

I didn’t like Fritzi at all. Her name should have been Ditzi. She was a very poor decision maker, beginning with her decision to take her baby to Alaska in the middle of winter and let’s not forget running off in the middle of a snowstorm to meet some stranger, whose only contact with her is a single phone call, in an empty schoolhouse. David/Nathan didn’t come off as particularly noble. I rolled my eyes so much in the first 100 pages that I almost didn’t finish it. But by the time Fritzi was arrested on the spot for the murder of “David Frayne”, despite very little evidence (a knife she says was stolen), and then was put in front of an “investigative jury” the next day before being released because some guy comes in and says he’s married to her and she was with him, and hey! they all believe *his* alibi!…. well, by that time it was a train wreck I couldn’t look away from. It smoothed out a little in the middle, when they actually got to the romance part (which there actually was very little of in the book), but fell apart completely at the end again. Ms. McBride should stick to the romance and leave the suspense to those who actually know what they’re doing.

So thank you J.Kaye, for offering me the opportunity to guest review this! It’s made me appreciate the good romance I’ve read even more! :-) ( )
  miyurose | Aug 10, 2008 |
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