Dying to Have Her

Dying to Have Her The bestselling author of Long Lean and Lethal is back with sizzling romantic suspense set in the high gloss world of TV soap operas where anything can be had for a price Success Fame Money Even murd

  • Title: Dying to Have Her
  • Author: Heather Graham
  • ISBN: 9780451409881
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Paperback
  • The bestselling author of Long, Lean and Lethal is back with sizzling romantic suspense set in the high gloss world of TV soap operas where anything can be had for a price Success Fame Money Even murder.

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    1. Meh - a heroine who is in denial about someone trying to kill her and making it as difficult as possible for her bodyguard to keep her safe. It was kind of annoying. The worst for me was that I listened to the audio version of this book and the narrator was just awful! Maybe some people liked her, but at times I had a difficult time telling the difference as to who was speaking because there was very little difference (if any at all) with her intonation of different characters. Ugh thanks.

    2. This is the second novel that is centered around Valentine Valley, a soap opera. Normally, I love Heather Graham's characters and her writing but this one was hard for me to get into, mostly because I disliked the main character, Serena. Yes, I understand that she was trying to show her as a spoiled, actress but every scene Serena was in involved her acting like a bratty child, and the actions taken by all of the characters just did not make sense. Rarely do I find a book where the characters ir [...]

    3. Loved the beginning. It built in intensity. Ms. Graham kept you guessing who on the soap opera set would die next even though it was surmised after Jane Dunne's death that actress Serena McCormack was probably the intended victim. In the beginning of this soap opera story you're led to believe there's only one killer lurking about. So I set my sights on the one. Later I decided another person was doing the killing only to find out that both people were connected with the killings. Of course, rom [...]

    4. This was the only book that I liked by her. I loved the charaacter of liam. I was fascinated by serena. DShe had guts, and spunk. I liked the fact that their backstory was told. It was interesting, watching their realtionship develop. I also adored the mystery and how you were kept guessing until the end. I thought it was interesting how they were portrayed.

    5. 3.5 stars. Standard, but good romantic suspense story. I hadn't read the previous book in the series and had no problem understanding what was going on.

    6. pleasure read, not for official review.Heather is best when doing romantic suspense. You gotta love a book that takes place on a soap opera set. It was great!

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