Monday, May 31, 2010

Book Number in 2010: 46

Barbara Freethy
Title: All She Ever Wanted

Stand Alone
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Pages: 392

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Date Started:
May 25, 2010
Date Finished: May 31, 2010

My Comments:
What a great story of true friendship torn apart by a tragic death!

I didn't want to stop reading this! And I didn't want it to end either.. There was so much to it.. so many twists and turns that I didn't see the them coming!!

I will for sure be looking into read more books by this author soon! :)

Description from the publisher:

During a college party gone awry, vibrant but physically fragile Emily Parish, ringleader and emotional pivot of a group of female friends self-christened the Fabulous Four, falls to her death from their sorority house roof. Traumatized, the remaining three go their separate ways and lead outwardly successful yet personally problematic lives. Then 10 years later, a mysterious, pseudonymous author publishes a bestselling novel packed with intimate details about the thinly disguised Fab Four-and accusing one of them, Dr. Natalie Bishop, whose own memories of the tragic night are a blank, of murdering Emily. As Natalie delves into the past to save her reputation and career, she not only rediscovers her old gang (including Emily's brother Cole, an ex-boyfriend who'd always blamed Natalie for his sister's death) but, gradually, disquietingly, realizes that all had motives for murder. Unfortunately, the real killer's character gets short shrift, making the book less than compelling as a mystery. Still, Rita Award-winner Freethy (Summer Secrets, etc.) succeeds in developing a suitably eerie atmosphere that doesn't eclipse the story's main focus on the renewal of fabulous friendships and romances.

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