Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Book Review: "Beguiled" by Deeanne Gist/J. Mark Bertrand

Book Description:

When novelists Deeanne Gist and J. Mark Bertrand first met in a Houston critique group, they never expected where friendship would take them. She wrote romance; he wrote crime novels. But growing respect for each other's work culminated in the decision to try blending their talents into this wonderfully engaging story merging romance and mystery.

Rylee Monroe walks dogs in old-money Charleston, a part of the city recently targeted by a daring thief. Logan Woods works the crime beat for the local paper but dreams of a life as a nonfiction writer. When the string of robberies takes a strange twist, Logan sees the making of a once-in-a-lifetime book that seems to circle around this charming, eye-catching dogwalker. But pursuing the truth means ignoring that he seems to be falling for her. And what is she hiding in her past that could crack the story wide open?

My Thoughts:

I have enjoyed every Deanne Gist book that I've ever read. So, when I saw that this book was a little out of the ordinary for her style, I had to worries that it would still be an excellent book. I was right!

While I don't so much enjoy a true crime story, I love romantic suspense. Combining Gist and Bertand's tallents together made for an awesome read.

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