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DYING FOR SIENA
by Elizabeth Jennings

Genre: Romantic Suspense, E-book
Sensuality: HOT

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What happens when you combine the sometimes boring world of academia, a murder mystery and the beau- tiful Italian countryside? In Jennings' hands, a first-rate read. Throw in a burgeoning romance, and this novel is a page-turner from start to finish. Jennings does an excellent job with the mystery, keeping you guessing until the end, and her descriptions of everyday life in Italy will make you feel like you're there.

After a one-night stand with hockey hunk Nick Rossi, mathematician Faith Murphy heads off to a conference in Italy. While thrilled to be there, Faith
is less than thrilled by her boss, Roland Kane, a real jerk who is detested by everyone who knows him. But as much as Faith hates Roland, she never expects to find him dead.

When she becomes one of the prime suspects, Nick flies to her rescue. That
he just happens to be the cousin of the police officer investigating the crime explains how Nick found out about it. Now all he has to do is solve the murder and convince Faith of his love, an easy enough job for a handsome jock. Or is it? (CerridwenPress.com, dl $6.49)

Reviewed By: Cindy Himler

Publisher: CerridwenPress.com

Published: July 2008

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