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by Stephanie Bond

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense

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The last time Jolie heard from her boyfriend Gary was the same day her
car was stolen. After she files a missing-persons report with the police, Gary's car is found in the river with a woman's body decomposing in it. Now Gary is suspected of the murder—and Jolie
is believed to have been his accomplice.

Jolie's search for Gary points
toward upper-class circles. Through
her holiday job in the show department of Neiman Marcus she befriends fashionista Carlotta, who helps her crash some very ritzy parties, all in an attempt to discover Gary's whereabouts.

The party crashers aren't all business and no fun, especially when Jolie
meets wealthy Bret Underwood of Underwood Broadcasting. Underwood is attracted to this woman whom
he meets in the oddest disguises. But
who is Jolie and what is she really after? Now, because of her snooping, it appears she is in danger.

Suspense, mystery and some humor successfully blend in this intriguing romance. Although Jolie is the main focus, Bret's involvement is nicely interpolated into her life, and her friends add an entertaining bit of color. The mystery is not
easily solved and steadily draws the reader in. (May, 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Susan Mobley

Publisher: Avon

Published: May 2004

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