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Oh but the feds burn his appt so no one can trace him He ends up blabbing why he's there to her, well she guesses because by this point she has become super smart and doesn't let anyone tell her what to do, and what does she do?

Did I forget to mention that in the beginning it's repeated what a great detective he is and he always goes undercover for the big cases and oh yeah, he only works for a PD in FL but he is sent to VA on this case?

If he is so great at being undercover why can't he keep his mouth shut about the case? Mike doesn't even really end up catching the bad guys, She does.

Really I understand that this is a romance novel, they aren't known for being deep. But this was the most ridiculous book.

He's an idiot, she's an idiot. The plot is so silly that the whole time I was mentally rolling my eyes. Why, then, did I keep reading?

I have read other books by the author that were good. I was hoping it would get better. It didn't. View 2 comments. I don't know why I'm in the minority on this entire series but I really like it.

I love the characters the main characters and all the supporting characters too. They are all just quirky and fun to hang around with.

I can never figure out why smart women do stupid things or allow men to force them to do stupid things. Her entire relationship with Greg Anders made absolutely no sense.

Anyway, I l I don't know why I'm in the minority on this entire series but I really like it. Anyway, I liked how not-so-handsome Mike with the unbelievably sexy body basically swept Sarah off her feet after he annoyed the hell out of her of course!

The plot is a good one. An undercover cop who just happens to have a sister Tess living in Edilean where a con artist and her son are playing out another con.

The cops know where Mitzi is but not what she wants in backwater Edilean. Mike's task is to figure out exactly what Sarah Shaw has that this diabolical duo wants and of course, to save the girl.

The mystery and Mike's unreal athletic abilities kept me turning pages. I love me some Scots so when the kilt went on, I was there waiting for the games to commence.

Another good read from Ms. I will definitely return to Edilean Virginia. Hmm I wonder which one of those quirky females will be the next heroine Ariel maybe?

Apr 25, Marwa rated it did not like it Shelves: paperback-writers. I can't believe Jude decided to make this shit of a book a part of this amazing series.

I refuse to acknowledge it as a part Edilean. I wish I could tell you what's wrong with this book but I'd rather study and ready cheesy 's shojo mangas than do that.

Three years later and I'm still upset. Sep 27, Carolyn rated it really liked it Shelves: deveraux-jude , re-read. Second read was great!

It has been so many years since I've read this series and many, many books in between that I felt as if I was reading it the first time.

Very good! Onto the next one "Scent of Jasmine. Jan 24, T. I could accept the characters' individual I even almost made excuses for them actually: Mike can be an asshole because he doesn't have much experience being genuine with people.

But you know, with that kind of background, I think it would be even better if he was really a bastard, at least he could earn his redemption in the end, and not just suddenly turn into this likeable person who really just charms his way around because it's part of being undercover.

Sarah, on the other hand I could accept the characters' individual Sarah, on the other hand, is a pushover, or so people think.

There is too much editorializing on how she really is a spitfire. I would've liked to see more of that throughout the whole story through actual scenes.

Also: she shows that she's deviant and can stand her ground, but that whole rendezvous away from Virginia had me gritting my teeth a few times.

I mean, I will rue the day I would allow some man to haul me out of bed just to go to the gym. Of all places!

Of all things! To have someone order you around and make plans for you so you won't get fat in his opinion I know Mike's character means well for Sarah, and maybe he's just trying to influence her into a healthier lifestyle, but there's nothing in the book that indicates that Sarah spends her time eating cake and being a slob.

Also, he is a bit obsessed about having a good body and letting people know about it, isn't he? Anyway, I think the only character I really like is Brewster Lang.

That scene where he becomes a fortune-teller and lets the people of Edilean know all about the little secrets that he has come across over the years -- that is precious.

You can imagine the comedy of errors that ensues as Sara goes from sweet young thing to a holy terror. Even her nemesis Ariel is impressed by the end.

I loved the story and the resolution, and wonder of wonders, it didn't end too fast! Sep 27, Toria rated it did not like it. Didn't enjoy this at all, just a meh book overall.

This will be a short and sweet review as I did not finish this one. It intrigued me. I eagerly got to this one because I had never read a Jude Deveraux book.

It dragged entirely way too much. Sara was supposed to be this innocent, home grown woman.. She was very stereotypical innocent.

Mike, the undercover cop just had no heat. No spark. At page I pretty much just gave up. Nothing was happening.

Scarlet Nights has gotten some good reviews on here, so I encourage you to check those out if you would like.

Sep 14, Tracy rated it liked it. One of the better books in this series. Not sure that the story always flowed so well and there were some holes, but overall a pretty good book and story.

Mike fell too quickly and Sarah was a bit of a pushover so not the strongest H mad h I have come across and I would have liked an epilogue but not a bad story.

Mar 24, Evelyn Wilson rated it it was amazing Shelves: nook-books-read. So you need to read it 1st.

In fact, read Edilen series in order. I read it during my July vacation and enjoyed it incredibly. Scarlet Nights is a part of Edilean series, it is book 3, but it is standalone book, so I did not even get the feelings that there was some information missing.

I read this book in one sitting almost; I just had to get couple of hours of sleep during the night and then continued reading.

It was that captivating! Jude Deverauz is a highly professional author who knows how to keep the reader interested; just when you think what is going to happen, something changes.

Scarlet Night was well written book with interesting characters. It gave a wonderful picture of a small town life, how the families are connected and in some cases related to each other and how the history of these families still influences the presence.

Regarding the plot: The book starts out that FBI agent Mike Newland gets a task to go undercover to a small town in the middle of nowhere called Edilean.

Since he is undercover agent, he keeps his private life secret and he is taken by a surprise that somebody actually knows that he is connected to Edilian and that he has a sister living there.

Mike takes unwillingly the task and his task will be protecting a woman named Sara Shaw from the notorious criminal who she is about to marry.

Settings in Edilean were wonderfully created. I enjoyed how Jude Deveraux described the small town life where all the families are connected and how the hatred and animosity from generations back influenced the characters.

It was genuinely well written. Both main and supporting characters were intriguing and fascinating. Even the smallest characters had their place in the book and were thoroughly though through and described in details.

I loved that, it gave so much meat to the bones. Sarah was hard to swallow for me in the beginning. She was so submissive, so vulnerable, and too sweet for my taste in the beginning of the book.

During the book her character grew and I found that there is lot of courage, independence in her, which has just being suppressed during her relationship with Greg.

She was vulnerable from her relationship with Brian that definitely left some serious scars in her soul. After meeting Mike Sara started to shine, her personality was brightened up.

Mike was adorable! His personality was very easy to like. I loved that fact Jude Deveraux wrote some soft spots into Mike — his protectiveness towards his sister Tess, his complicated childhood living with his granny.

I liked that Mike had more into him just being an average FBI macho. He was sweet, had a great sense of humor and he was very resourceful while working on the case.

I loved the supporting characters! Tess, Luke, Brewster Lang, Joyce — they were all wonderful characters! I like when author takes her attention to supporting characters, too, so everything in the story is not only about the protagonists.

Generally: I loved this book! It had romance, action, and twists in the plot, absolutely believable characters and reliable setting, so I would highly recommend this book!

Have I said how much I love Jude Deveraux? Scarlet Nights is another fantastic read by Jude that continues the lives of the tight knit folks of Edilean Virgina.

Edilean is a tiny little town tucked away on the outskirts of Williamsburg that was founded by a native Scotsman and named for the woman he loved.

The inhabitants of Edilean are descendants of the founding families of the town, and while they are welcoming and tolerant of outsiders, they take pride in taking care of and protecting their Have I said how much I love Jude Deveraux?

The inhabitants of Edilean are descendants of the founding families of the town, and while they are welcoming and tolerant of outsiders, they take pride in taking care of and protecting their own.

This story picks up in modern day with sweet little Sara Shaw. While he leaves on business he refuses to disclose to her, Sara is left to plan a wedding and alter clothes for clients.

Although Sara was a nice sweet girl there was nothing particularly extraordinary about her. She was pretty run of the mill.

She could have been replaced with anyone else, and I still would have enjoyed the story. But Mike was loveable. Raised by his hateful Grandmother, Mike left as a teenager and joined the force.

He managed to travel to distant lands and study various forms of martial arts, has been involved in all manner of undercover assignments, and has a unique way of revealing nothing about himself.

But slowly they settled into an easy and comfortable friendship which consisted of exploring old farms, and sharing dinner with each other and friends.

The attraction grew steadily and Sara finally began to open her eyes. She realized that everything good in Mike glaringly highlighted all the shortcomings of her fiance Greg.

I loved the tight knit feel of the little town of Edilean, and I love how we got to know the people who are descended from the Harcourts whose story we got in Days of Gold.

The mystery surrounding Sara and Edilean was intriguing and developed nicely. You were given just enough information or clues in intervals to keep you turning the pages.

The ending was a bit fast and slightly unbelievable, but I still liked how the information tied together.

Aug 17, Nan rated it liked it Shelves: borrowed. That book disappointed me greatly in its return to the style of writing Deveraux uses in her colonial America novels.

Thankfully, Scarlet Nights had more in common with Deveraux's recent titles and was a good, fun read. This book could be read as a sequel to the first book in the Edliean series, Lavender Morning Edilean 1 , but prior knowledge of the first book isn't all that nec After Days of Gold Edilean 2 , I wasn't certain if I wanted to return to Jude Deveraux's little town in Virginia or not.

This book could be read as a sequel to the first book in the Edliean series, Lavender Morning Edilean 1 , but prior knowledge of the first book isn't all that necessary.

It does help to flesh out the town's characters, though. Scarlet Nights is the story of Sara Shaw. She's about to marry a man that all of her friends hate, Greg Anders.

They own a dress shop together, and Sara has slowly become more and more isolated from her friends and family due to all of the work the shop brings her.

Mike is an undercover police officer, and he has been sent to Edilean as a part of a federal investigation into a crime family that seems to have set up a con there.

Mike knows that Greg Anders is not who he seems, and his job is to protect Sara--however he can. After having read three books in the Edilean series, I can honestly say that I like what Deveraux is doing here.

I don't particularly like the second book, but it does provide a look at the history of the town, a history that has become a legend by the time of book one.

Books one and three work together nicely. This series is allowing Deveraux to weave a story of an entire town and develop most of the families that live there.

She did something similar with her Montgomery series, but by having so many books in the present, she has given herself an amazing canvas to work with.

While I don't think Scarlet Nights is an amazing read, it's part of a very interesting project on Deveraux's part, and I'm eager to see what she does with her later books in the series.

Jun 26, Dana rated it liked it Shelves: library. Scarlet Nights 3 of the Edilean series is a branch off the original family of Edilean, Virginia.

Sara Shaw is engaged to a man, Greg Anders, who suddenly shows up in Edilean and sweeps her off her feet. No one within the little community finds anything attractive about the man.

Tess who marries Ramsey from book 1 Lavender Morning, and is on Honeymoon in Europe, when she receives a call from her big brother Mike. Mike is an undercover detective and is on the lead of a huge case that happens to in Scarlet Nights 3 of the Edilean series is a branch off the original family of Edilean, Virginia.

Mike is an undercover detective and is on the lead of a huge case that happens to involve Edilean and his sister's best friend Sara Shaw.

Mike and Sara endure a harrowing plot of twisted turns that turn out to make her fiance a criminal and his own mother the mastermind behind it all. Eventually, as the story unfolds Mike asks Sara to marry him, to keep her from harm and focus the attention of the crime on him, as the criminals are after something in Sara's possession.

Then there is love. Rather a boring story, although there were some funny parts, it read like any other typical romantic suspense. Feb 22, Ririn Aziz rated it liked it Shelves: jude-deveraux , gr-my I loved Sara from the first moment Joce met her under the tree the day she arrived in Edilean.

And when she started going out with Greg, she was still adorable despite all that Greg has done.

But I do not connect to her in her own story. Nothing interesting, just an ordinary heroin. Maybe it was too rushed. And I don't feel her supposedly great attraction to Mike that should be her reason to switch her love almost instantly.

I was almost forget the timeline. It should be a few months passed in be I loved Sara from the first moment Joce met her under the tree the day she arrived in Edilean.

It should be a few months passed in between the end of Joce's and Luke's story, so the relationship between Sara and Greg has diminished since then.

But at first, she was always said that she loved Greg and she would wait for him to appear during their wedding day and the coldness she showned Mike.

But suddenly, they agreed to the marriage and live like Greg never existed in her life. Got confused there. Jun 04, Gwyn Plummer rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites.

From the moment Mike came up through the floor, I was hooked. I loved the dialog between the two and the hot and heavy flirting kept me turning the pages.

All that pent up energy finally released —somebody hand me some ice! And the suspense? I wanted to be there and see Mike in person. From Edilean to Ft.

Lauderdale and back, I was totally into their lives. Apr 13, Brandy rated it liked it. I am a Jude Deveraux fan through and through, and I don't think that I've ever read one of her books that I didn't like, and this one is no different.

I love that she always tells a great story as well as gives us romance novel lovers the other stuff that we like so much too!

Small Town Edilean girl, Sara Shaw is wrapped up in a criminal family and has no idea what she is in for.

Good looking, courageous, and sexy Mike gets sent in by the FBI and police department to figure out what's going on an I am a Jude Deveraux fan through and through, and I don't think that I've ever read one of her books that I didn't like, and this one is no different.

Good looking, courageous, and sexy Mike gets sent in by the FBI and police department to figure out what's going on and how to catch the bad guys and protect Sara at the same time.

There's chemistry with this pair, and more than a mystery is solved and laid to rest in this book!

Nov 26, Pamela AllHoney rated it it was ok Shelves: loc-usa , cops-fbi-dea-cia-etc , library-book , undercover-special-covert-ops.

I'm a great fan of Jude Deveraux's historical romances but I just haven't found her contemporaries to my taste. Too much about the story didn't make sense to me.

The hero is undercover and has no problem blabbing why he's there. The people he works for burned down his apartment so his story will hold up.

The heroine was, sad to say, stupid, in my opinion. Reviews Er zijn nog geen reviews voor 'Scarlet Nights'. Wil je een review schrijven voor dit boek?

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Oh but the feds burn his appt so no one can trace him He ends up blabbing why he's there to her, well she guesses because by this point she has become super smart and doesn't let anyone tell her what to do, and what does she do?

Did I forget to mention that in the beginning it's repeated what a great detective he is and he always goes undercover for the big cases and oh yeah, he only works for a PD in FL but he is sent to VA on this case?

If he is so great at being undercover why can't he keep his mouth shut about the case? Mike doesn't even really end up catching the bad guys, She does.

Really I understand that this is a romance novel, they aren't known for being deep. But this was the most ridiculous book. He's an idiot, she's an idiot.

The plot is so silly that the whole time I was mentally rolling my eyes. Why, then, did I keep reading? I have read other books by the author that were good.

I was hoping it would get better. It didn't. View 2 comments. I don't know why I'm in the minority on this entire series but I really like it.

I love the characters the main characters and all the supporting characters too. They are all just quirky and fun to hang around with.

I can never figure out why smart women do stupid things or allow men to force them to do stupid things. Her entire relationship with Greg Anders made absolutely no sense.

Anyway, I l I don't know why I'm in the minority on this entire series but I really like it. Anyway, I liked how not-so-handsome Mike with the unbelievably sexy body basically swept Sarah off her feet after he annoyed the hell out of her of course!

The plot is a good one. An undercover cop who just happens to have a sister Tess living in Edilean where a con artist and her son are playing out another con.

The cops know where Mitzi is but not what she wants in backwater Edilean. Mike's task is to figure out exactly what Sarah Shaw has that this diabolical duo wants and of course, to save the girl.

The mystery and Mike's unreal athletic abilities kept me turning pages. I love me some Scots so when the kilt went on, I was there waiting for the games to commence.

Another good read from Ms. I will definitely return to Edilean Virginia. Hmm I wonder which one of those quirky females will be the next heroine Ariel maybe?

Apr 25, Marwa rated it did not like it Shelves: paperback-writers. I can't believe Jude decided to make this shit of a book a part of this amazing series.

I refuse to acknowledge it as a part Edilean. I wish I could tell you what's wrong with this book but I'd rather study and ready cheesy 's shojo mangas than do that.

Three years later and I'm still upset. Sep 27, Carolyn rated it really liked it Shelves: deveraux-jude , re-read.

Second read was great! It has been so many years since I've read this series and many, many books in between that I felt as if I was reading it the first time.

Very good! Onto the next one "Scent of Jasmine. Jan 24, T. I could accept the characters' individual I even almost made excuses for them actually: Mike can be an asshole because he doesn't have much experience being genuine with people.

But you know, with that kind of background, I think it would be even better if he was really a bastard, at least he could earn his redemption in the end, and not just suddenly turn into this likeable person who really just charms his way around because it's part of being undercover.

Sarah, on the other hand I could accept the characters' individual Sarah, on the other hand, is a pushover, or so people think.

There is too much editorializing on how she really is a spitfire. I would've liked to see more of that throughout the whole story through actual scenes.

Also: she shows that she's deviant and can stand her ground, but that whole rendezvous away from Virginia had me gritting my teeth a few times.

I mean, I will rue the day I would allow some man to haul me out of bed just to go to the gym. Of all places! Of all things!

To have someone order you around and make plans for you so you won't get fat in his opinion I know Mike's character means well for Sarah, and maybe he's just trying to influence her into a healthier lifestyle, but there's nothing in the book that indicates that Sarah spends her time eating cake and being a slob.

Also, he is a bit obsessed about having a good body and letting people know about it, isn't he? Anyway, I think the only character I really like is Brewster Lang.

That scene where he becomes a fortune-teller and lets the people of Edilean know all about the little secrets that he has come across over the years -- that is precious.

You can imagine the comedy of errors that ensues as Sara goes from sweet young thing to a holy terror. Even her nemesis Ariel is impressed by the end.

I loved the story and the resolution, and wonder of wonders, it didn't end too fast! Sep 27, Toria rated it did not like it.

Didn't enjoy this at all, just a meh book overall. This will be a short and sweet review as I did not finish this one. It intrigued me. I eagerly got to this one because I had never read a Jude Deveraux book.

It dragged entirely way too much. Sara was supposed to be this innocent, home grown woman.. She was very stereotypical innocent. Mike, the undercover cop just had no heat.

No spark. At page I pretty much just gave up. Nothing was happening. Scarlet Nights has gotten some good reviews on here, so I encourage you to check those out if you would like.

Sep 14, Tracy rated it liked it. One of the better books in this series. Not sure that the story always flowed so well and there were some holes, but overall a pretty good book and story.

Mike fell too quickly and Sarah was a bit of a pushover so not the strongest H mad h I have come across and I would have liked an epilogue but not a bad story.

Mar 24, Evelyn Wilson rated it it was amazing Shelves: nook-books-read. So you need to read it 1st. In fact, read Edilen series in order.

I read it during my July vacation and enjoyed it incredibly. Scarlet Nights is a part of Edilean series, it is book 3, but it is standalone book, so I did not even get the feelings that there was some information missing.

I read this book in one sitting almost; I just had to get couple of hours of sleep during the night and then continued reading.

It was that captivating! Jude Deverauz is a highly professional author who knows how to keep the reader interested; just when you think what is going to happen, something changes.

Scarlet Night was well written book with interesting characters. It gave a wonderful picture of a small town life, how the families are connected and in some cases related to each other and how the history of these families still influences the presence.

Regarding the plot: The book starts out that FBI agent Mike Newland gets a task to go undercover to a small town in the middle of nowhere called Edilean.

Since he is undercover agent, he keeps his private life secret and he is taken by a surprise that somebody actually knows that he is connected to Edilian and that he has a sister living there.

Mike takes unwillingly the task and his task will be protecting a woman named Sara Shaw from the notorious criminal who she is about to marry.

Settings in Edilean were wonderfully created. I enjoyed how Jude Deveraux described the small town life where all the families are connected and how the hatred and animosity from generations back influenced the characters.

It was genuinely well written. Both main and supporting characters were intriguing and fascinating. Even the smallest characters had their place in the book and were thoroughly though through and described in details.

I loved that, it gave so much meat to the bones. Sarah was hard to swallow for me in the beginning. She was so submissive, so vulnerable, and too sweet for my taste in the beginning of the book.

During the book her character grew and I found that there is lot of courage, independence in her, which has just being suppressed during her relationship with Greg.

She was vulnerable from her relationship with Brian that definitely left some serious scars in her soul. After meeting Mike Sara started to shine, her personality was brightened up.

Mike was adorable! His personality was very easy to like. I loved that fact Jude Deveraux wrote some soft spots into Mike — his protectiveness towards his sister Tess, his complicated childhood living with his granny.

I liked that Mike had more into him just being an average FBI macho. He was sweet, had a great sense of humor and he was very resourceful while working on the case.

I loved the supporting characters! Tess, Luke, Brewster Lang, Joyce — they were all wonderful characters!

I like when author takes her attention to supporting characters, too, so everything in the story is not only about the protagonists. Generally: I loved this book!

It had romance, action, and twists in the plot, absolutely believable characters and reliable setting, so I would highly recommend this book! Have I said how much I love Jude Deveraux?

Scarlet Nights is another fantastic read by Jude that continues the lives of the tight knit folks of Edilean Virgina.

Edilean is a tiny little town tucked away on the outskirts of Williamsburg that was founded by a native Scotsman and named for the woman he loved.

The inhabitants of Edilean are descendants of the founding families of the town, and while they are welcoming and tolerant of outsiders, they take pride in taking care of and protecting their Have I said how much I love Jude Deveraux?

The inhabitants of Edilean are descendants of the founding families of the town, and while they are welcoming and tolerant of outsiders, they take pride in taking care of and protecting their own.

This story picks up in modern day with sweet little Sara Shaw. While he leaves on business he refuses to disclose to her, Sara is left to plan a wedding and alter clothes for clients.

Although Sara was a nice sweet girl there was nothing particularly extraordinary about her. She was pretty run of the mill. She could have been replaced with anyone else, and I still would have enjoyed the story.

But Mike was loveable. Raised by his hateful Grandmother, Mike left as a teenager and joined the force. He managed to travel to distant lands and study various forms of martial arts, has been involved in all manner of undercover assignments, and has a unique way of revealing nothing about himself.

But slowly they settled into an easy and comfortable friendship which consisted of exploring old farms, and sharing dinner with each other and friends.

The attraction grew steadily and Sara finally began to open her eyes. She realized that everything good in Mike glaringly highlighted all the shortcomings of her fiance Greg.

I loved the tight knit feel of the little town of Edilean, and I love how we got to know the people who are descended from the Harcourts whose story we got in Days of Gold.

The mystery surrounding Sara and Edilean was intriguing and developed nicely. You were given just enough information or clues in intervals to keep you turning the pages.

The ending was a bit fast and slightly unbelievable, but I still liked how the information tied together.

Aug 17, Nan rated it liked it Shelves: borrowed. That book disappointed me greatly in its return to the style of writing Deveraux uses in her colonial America novels.

Thankfully, Scarlet Nights had more in common with Deveraux's recent titles and was a good, fun read. This book could be read as a sequel to the first book in the Edliean series, Lavender Morning Edilean 1 , but prior knowledge of the first book isn't all that nec After Days of Gold Edilean 2 , I wasn't certain if I wanted to return to Jude Deveraux's little town in Virginia or not.

This book could be read as a sequel to the first book in the Edliean series, Lavender Morning Edilean 1 , but prior knowledge of the first book isn't all that necessary.

It does help to flesh out the town's characters, though. Scarlet Nights is the story of Sara Shaw. She's about to marry a man that all of her friends hate, Greg Anders.

They own a dress shop together, and Sara has slowly become more and more isolated from her friends and family due to all of the work the shop brings her.

Mike is an undercover police officer, and he has been sent to Edilean as a part of a federal investigation into a crime family that seems to have set up a con there.

Mike knows that Greg Anders is not who he seems, and his job is to protect Sara--however he can. After having read three books in the Edilean series, I can honestly say that I like what Deveraux is doing here.

I don't particularly like the second book, but it does provide a look at the history of the town, a history that has become a legend by the time of book one.

Books one and three work together nicely. This series is allowing Deveraux to weave a story of an entire town and develop most of the families that live there.

She did something similar with her Montgomery series, but by having so many books in the present, she has given herself an amazing canvas to work with.

While I don't think Scarlet Nights is an amazing read, it's part of a very interesting project on Deveraux's part, and I'm eager to see what she does with her later books in the series.

Jun 26, Dana rated it liked it Shelves: library. Scarlet Nights 3 of the Edilean series is a branch off the original family of Edilean, Virginia.

Sara Shaw is engaged to a man, Greg Anders, who suddenly shows up in Edilean and sweeps her off her feet. No one within the little community finds anything attractive about the man.

Tess who marries Ramsey from book 1 Lavender Morning, and is on Honeymoon in Europe, when she receives a call from her big brother Mike.

Mike is an undercover detective and is on the lead of a huge case that happens to in Scarlet Nights 3 of the Edilean series is a branch off the original family of Edilean, Virginia.

Mike is an undercover detective and is on the lead of a huge case that happens to involve Edilean and his sister's best friend Sara Shaw.

Mike and Sara endure a harrowing plot of twisted turns that turn out to make her fiance a criminal and his own mother the mastermind behind it all.

Eventually, as the story unfolds Mike asks Sara to marry him, to keep her from harm and focus the attention of the crime on him, as the criminals are after something in Sara's possession.

Then there is love. Rather a boring story, although there were some funny parts, it read like any other typical romantic suspense. Feb 22, Ririn Aziz rated it liked it Shelves: jude-deveraux , gr-my I loved Sara from the first moment Joce met her under the tree the day she arrived in Edilean.

And when she started going out with Greg, she was still adorable despite all that Greg has done. But I do not connect to her in her own story. Nothing interesting, just an ordinary heroin.

Maybe it was too rushed. And I don't feel her supposedly great attraction to Mike that should be her reason to switch her love almost instantly.

I was almost forget the timeline. It should be a few months passed in be I loved Sara from the first moment Joce met her under the tree the day she arrived in Edilean.

It should be a few months passed in between the end of Joce's and Luke's story, so the relationship between Sara and Greg has diminished since then.

But at first, she was always said that she loved Greg and she would wait for him to appear during their wedding day and the coldness she showned Mike.

But suddenly, they agreed to the marriage and live like Greg never existed in her life. Got confused there.

Jun 04, Gwyn Plummer rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. From the moment Mike came up through the floor, I was hooked. I loved the dialog between the two and the hot and heavy flirting kept me turning the pages.

All that pent up energy finally released —somebody hand me some ice! And the suspense? I wanted to be there and see Mike in person.

From Edilean to Ft. Lauderdale and back, I was totally into their lives. Apr 13, Brandy rated it liked it. I am a Jude Deveraux fan through and through, and I don't think that I've ever read one of her books that I didn't like, and this one is no different.

I love that she always tells a great story as well as gives us romance novel lovers the other stuff that we like so much too!

Small Town Edilean girl, Sara Shaw is wrapped up in a criminal family and has no idea what she is in for. Good looking, courageous, and sexy Mike gets sent in by the FBI and police department to figure out what's going on an I am a Jude Deveraux fan through and through, and I don't think that I've ever read one of her books that I didn't like, and this one is no different.

Good looking, courageous, and sexy Mike gets sent in by the FBI and police department to figure out what's going on and how to catch the bad guys and protect Sara at the same time.

There's chemistry with this pair, and more than a mystery is solved and laid to rest in this book! Nov 26, Pamela AllHoney rated it it was ok Shelves: loc-usa , cops-fbi-dea-cia-etc , library-book , undercover-special-covert-ops.

I'm a great fan of Jude Deveraux's historical romances but I just haven't found her contemporaries to my taste. Too much about the story didn't make sense to me.

The hero is undercover and has no problem blabbing why he's there. The people he works for burned down his apartment so his story will hold up.

The heroine was, sad to say, stupid, in my opinion. Waar te koop:. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Extra info. Extra informatie.

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