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gratis kumpulan ebook novel terjemahan (versi epub) - ebook novel indonesia pdf any book by Sandra Brown, she started off a romance book writer but she. In more than fifty New York Times bestselling novels, Sandra Brown has captivated her millions of readers with stories of charismatic love and tantalizing twists. Temptation's Kiss book. Read 51 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Megan, young widow and workaholic at a television station, desper.

The villains are always bad bad people, and the goodies end up on top, even if they have to try their damndest to get there! Love her male protags the best though, when it comes to Ms Brown.

Barrie Travis is a go-getter in a dead end television job, approached by the First Lady, things get a bit hectic.

An enjoyable read. Jul 18, Lisa - Aussie Girl rated it really liked it Shelves: Not my favourite Sandra Brown Can the nation be conned by men in absolute power? It is the premise of Exclusive , I think and one I was curious to know how the story unfolded. It took me a while to finish this long book and evidently, I would not recommend: View all 4 comments. I won this fabulous book from a contest on Goodreads! Thank you! Barrie Travis is holding down a job as a reporter at a low-budget television station.

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Barrie was a good broadcast journalist but unfortunately, the stations management and her 'creepy' boss blocked her ideas to produce feature stories and instead give her menial 'junk' to report. She just needs one big break.

But the meeting was more than 'unsettling' to Barrie. She knows she must delve further and get more facts and try to speak with Vanessa again.

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Barrie meets up with Gray Bondurant who was once the right hand man to the President of the U. With the help of Barrie's dearest friend, Daily, they begin to uncover what could be the most scandalous and horrific events ever to come out of the White House itself.

Just a riveting, nail biting story that once again has me put Sandra Brown at the top of my list of most amazing authors ever! Jan 28, Jackie rated it really liked it. Slow start but that ending was amazing. Barrie Travis is invited to meet the First Lady to interview her off the record. But the First Lady cuts it short. But the more she learns, the more questions she has. She turns to former Presidential Aide, Gray Bondurant, to get answers but he doesn't want to get involved. But there are those who don't want those questions to be answered at all.

Not the best Sandra Brown novel I have read but it was still good. Interesting twists in the story!

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At best OK, but forgettable. Nothing new or different. Barrie is an investigative reporter looking into bad things done by the President. He is helping Barrie.

Gray is smart and always right. Barrie argues with him on almost everything. I was annoyed with some of her actions. There is too much pondering and dragging out the story. The interesting parts would make a much shorter story.

There is nothing new or special. I did not like having this open ending. It was barely there. The narrator had a snippy smartalecky tone to her voice which was ok for Barrie. But it did not fit Gray. Narrative mode: Unabridged audiobook length: Swearing language: Sexual language: Number of sex scenes: Book copyright: In my opinion, the combined talents of these two exceptional men would almost guarantee a great film.

Being President of this country is entirely about character. Despite his positive public image, he proves to be downright malevolent in his personal life. Her President David Merritt is not only evil, but so smoothly and believably so. I found myself smiling as I read about the way these three courageously stood up to the formidable White House.

May 02, Books. There hasn't been a book written by Sandra Brown that I didn't like. I'm a huge fan of her and addicted got her genres and writing. She's the best in Thriller-Romance. I've read so many books for her and I wait for her books every year.

Her writing style is just amazing. I had this on my shelf for over a year and thought it's time for some action and a lil bit of romance. Th There hasn't been a book written by Sandra Brown that I didn't like. This time, the action is taking place in the White House, when the baby boy of The United States President dies in his crib. Barrie is eager to find out so she seeks the help of the former White House employee Gray Boundourant and from there, their journey begins.

I liked Gray's character, mysterious and tough, not the talkative guy who keeps many information to himself. Now, I felt overwhelmed with Barrie's character, one time I liked her, then I didn't like her, she irritated me in some ways. Now, the shocker is the First Lady's character, I loved how Sandra Brown built her complicated character.

The story was really good, I had a suspicion of my own on how the story will end but didn't see that coming in the last 3 pages of the book. Loved it. Apr 03, Sue rated it it was amazing Shelves: Exclusive by Sandra Brown. Sandra Brown always writes the kind of book that you don't want to put down. Just as one chapter ends with loose ends, you can't help but turn the page to the next chapter. If you haven't read Sandra Brown and you like an realistic story lines that twist and turn, this is an amazing novel.

Exclusive is about a reporter who is trying to get an exclusive report when the First Lady contacts her and reveals hints about troubles in her life and troubles in the White House. Did Exclusive by Sandra Brown. Did the baby really die of SIDS or was the president somehow involved. I have to say I was quite surprised by the ending. I was so impressed with this novel,I ordered some more novels by this author.

I've had this on my shelf for a while. It was a book I picked up on sale and put away not sure when I would read it. That was a mistake.

I loved this story. Once I started I couldn't put it down. I ignored everything and just read until it was finished, and now I am depressed that it is over. This makes it hard to decide what to read next, as it will have to be good to match up how much I enjoyed this. Now I am going to find more stories by this author and continue to read more of her stories. I I've had this on my shelf for a while. I love when I find new to me authors that I enjoy.

I can only hope I like her other books as mush as I enjoyed this one. View 1 comment. What a rollercoaster ride! Early on, I really didn't anticipate giving this one more than 3 stars, largely because of how Brown had her characters reacting to a doggo I'm a dog mom and a lover of all dogs, so anything less than reverence doesn't go over well with me. I feel she could really use some lessons from Dean Koontz on how to write dogs into her stories.

As I continued reading, I bumped my mental rating up to a 3. The plot was well-paced and kept me turning pages, eager for more.

But I saw one of the big "surprises" coming from nearly the beginning of the book so, again, I felt like there was no way my rating would change.

Near the end, I was surprised and thought, okay, Sandra Brown has done it again - another 4-star rating from me! Baca item ini dan puluhan ribu buku serta majalah lainnya hanya. Namun kini ia terjebak tumpukan utang yang ditinggalkan almarhum ayahnya. Tak ada jalan lain untuk melunasinya selain menjual rumah warisan itu.

Namun Laura tak menyangka bahwa satu-satunya pembeli adalah James Paden. Di masa mudanya, James Paden adalah berandalan kota mereka. Anak jalanan yang tampan. Berbahaya untuk berdekatan dengannya, tapi sulit juga untuk tidak terpesona padanya.

Dan itulah yang dialami Laura. Lingkungan sosialnya membuat ia tak bisa berdekatan dengan James, padahal hatinya begitu mendamba. Sedangkan bagi James Paden, Laura adalah obsesinya. Gadis ningrat cantik yang tak mungkin bisa diraihnya, putri orang kaya lama yang menurut anggapan umum di kota mereka sama sekali tak sesuai untuknya.

Yeah, stop and think about that for a I remember liking this book back in the 80s when I first read it. Yeah, stop and think about that for a minute. He was 22 and they were 16 and But that is ok, the 16 y. She got pregnant and had his kid.

Fast forward 19 years he's getting threatening letters claiming he fathered a kid. So he goes to find out what happened. We learn that the over the years mother of his child was a "wild" and had lots of men and wanted an abortion and finally died after killing other people in a car crash she caused while driving drunk.

Oh, and she caused the ruination of her father's livlihood he was a minister after she got pregnant at sixteen. Cuz who could trust a minister to deliver the word of god when he couldn't stop his own daughter from getting pregnant.

Yes, that Jezebel was the worst! Meanwhile, the younger sister, the heroine, selflessly loved and cared for the child, living practically a virginal life taking care of his son while all these years nursing her lifelong love of the hero that started when she was 14 years old!! I mean, the hero was just an asshole and the heroine was the worst sort of doormat enabler who constantly absolved him of any blame. Calling the sister all sorts of hoes and sluts because she slept with him.

Dude, you slept with her too. And you were 22 years old. Back in the day he teased her and called her a 'goody two shoes' because she didn't want to go skinny dipping. Again, Dude she was 14 years old!! Just ick. Yup it was older and cheesy but I like cheese. It was heartwarming, romantic and a lil funny. Law was in an arrogant rich doof, but luckily he came around.

Jul 16, Alexis-Morgan Roark rated it it was ok. How can a telephone look "recently installed"? This was quick read that was borderline ridiculous in a lot of ways. It wasn't THAT bad. The 80s references were nostalgic. There was no cheating although having some chicky rub up against the H is still annoying to read.

Despite the good, there was an awful lot to swallow to get through this book, and I couldn't download most of it especially the speed with which the son takes to his father. You know, the one who had been absent for the first 15 years How can a telephone look "recently installed"?

You know, the one who had been absent for the first 15 years of his life! Expensive toys and presents aside, I just don't see a kid embracing a new parent, even if he is a famous astronaut, as quickly as David. Then there's Marnie. I could see her character acting the way she did because that's how Sandra Brown wrote her. In fact, I'm sure there are real, live Marnie's out there but jeez. I don't know. I was torn between feeling sorry for her and wanting to smack some sense into her.

What do you think? BTW, this was another audiobook that I quickly dumped in favor of the printed word. View 1 comment. Jan 22, Christina rated it really liked it Shelves: This is my first Sandra Brown book and I really quite enjoyed it. It was quick and sweet. Just what I needed at the time. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

The pacing was fast, I loved that! This book was originally wrote in Like her son has a poster of Christy Brinkley on his wall. I thought that was so funny!

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Anyway it's a really sweet romance. There were times when I was bawling like a baby I was thinking God what's wrong with me?!

But all end This is my first Sandra Brown book and I really quite enjoyed it. But all ends well. I'll look forward to reading and trying out SB's different books in the future. Jul 17, Sharon Huether rated it liked it Shelves: A grandmother doing what she could by helping the mother,son and father become a family. The author saved the best for last.

Aug 21, Robert rated it did not like it Shelves: Sometimes one is just too much. Please don't ask me why I read something this awful.

I'm not sure I want to live in a world where people write such trash and are able to get it published. We need more famines. Dec 15, Irena rated it did not like it. I won this book in a Goodreads First Reads Giveaway. It was a signed copy and arrived with Sunset Embrace. I would probably rate this book 2. Overall, it was a nice little diversion on a cold winter's day. I don't usually read these kinds of novels. I found that I was annoyed with both main characters. The most likable character in this story was David, the 16 year old son.

View all 15 comments. I did Not read this book because it was on to To-Read shelf I read it because something intrigued me I am a huge fan of Sandra Brown, I am filling my bookshelf with her books Apr 16, Janell Wheeler rated it really liked it Shelves: I've only ever read Sandra Brown's newer mystery books.

This is one of the first in her softer more romance books and I liked it. It is short, not novella length but not nearly as big as some of her more recent books. It had a great story line and I liked the way it flowed. I was drawn into the story immediately and it got right down to business. The ending seemed a bit short and abrupt. To me the story was still building when in fact I only had a handful of pages left for my HEA. I didn't mind I've only ever read Sandra Brown's newer mystery books.

I didn't mind it was fun and you definitely end the book with a smile on your face. I would have loved an epilogue but like I said I was still smiling. I really felt for Marnie, at one point I was in tears for her and with her. Because this was a short book there is not a lot of character build but you still get a really good sense of the characters and their backgrounds and you still connect with them. This was a good book and I enjoyed the quick, sweet read.

Oh and yes you get a bit of steaminess but not much, this is more of a good old fashioned love story.

I hope you enjoy it also. Apr 08, Judy Churchill rated it really liked it. Sweet, sweet story. An early publication but one with a plot. This was a cute little romance story about a couple that meet when one was 14 Marnie , the other was 23 Law , the twist is that the older sister 16 was there too and she is the one with the summer romance with Law and ended up pregnant. The sister doesn't want the baby but the parents find out and intervene.

She ends up having the baby, but never gives a damn about him, leaving Marnie to raise the child. The sister in her self destructive ways dies in an accident 4 years later. Fast forward This was a cute little romance story about a couple that meet when one was 14 Marnie , the other was 23 Law , the twist is that the older sister 16 was there too and she is the one with the summer romance with Law and ended up pregnant.

Fast forward 16 years. Marnie is out in the yard gardening when who should drive up, but Law, angry as hell, having gotten a letter black mailing him about a child he knows nothing about.It didn't keep me from being entertained or interested just not something I will read again. Seriously, if that had been handled a little differently, particularly the heroine's inner dialogue about it, this would have been a 5-star read for me.

I did not like having this open ending. Its a basic romance book of a man knowing what he wants and waiting for the opportunity to impress and encourage a younger female. Aug 11, Leslie rated it it was ok. Brown began her writing career in and since then has published over seventy novels, bringing the number of copies of her books in print worldwide to upwards of eighty million.

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She got pregnant, wanted abortion but the preacher father and the preaching lil sister would have none of it. First off, can this woman write a bad book?

Not going to happen in this day and age. As the tension between them becomes unbearable and the attraction undeniable, Marnie is forced to reveal a long-held secret

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