[Ebook] ➧ Shadow Dance By Susan Andersen – Tshirtforums.co.uk

Shadow Dance chapter 1 Shadow Dance, meaning Shadow Dance, genre Shadow Dance, book cover Shadow Dance, flies Shadow Dance, Shadow Dance bfb740e86d6f1 What Lurks In The Dark Shadows Of The Heart Most Men Who See Amanda Charles Dance Worship Her From Afar But One Admirer Is Getting Too Close To The Glamorous Showgirl Perilously Close The Looks, Style, And Grace That Make Amanda Sparkle On Stage Have Now Made Her Something Else The Target Of A Serial Killer Detective Tristan MacLaughlin Has Drawn The Case That Is Pulling Him Deep Into A World Of Pageantry And Dazzle And Closer To The Stunning, Violet Eyed Beauty Who Keeps Her Secrets And Emotions Locked Tightly Inside Tristan Never Thought He D Be Bewitched By Amanda S Charms, Never Though He D Care And He Never Imagined That By Wanting Her, By Trying To Protect Her, He D Place Her In The Gravest Danger Of All

10 thoughts on “Shadow Dance

  1. says:

    This is just bloody awful and boring to boot could not care who was the serial killer and I still did not give a shit when he was revealed, having being lobotomised by the tedious stupidity of it all Heroine not only TSTL but also a rude pig Her appalling social skills and manners earn her the love and admiration of thousands there must be many desperate dicks out there Amanda Charles is a stale and terribly executed melange of the cliche bickering Gorgon and the below zero IQ leggy blonde heroes are supposed to be crazy about The fact that she is insufferably rude becomes spectacularly obvious by the writer s annoying habit to state, every second paragraph, the opposite of what we actually see She keeps shouting from the rooftops that her heroine is a daughter of the haute bourgeoisie and good manners are ingrained in her Well, you could have fooled me The whole hero heroine affair comes about by some extremely clumsy wave of a broken magic wand Who could possibly be convinced by this pairing The bulk of the book is spent with the heroine being a rude pig and an ungrateful b tch to the hero Not that he is any better For some reason, he assumes the authority of ten Freuds and effortlessly spouts nonsense about suicide and suicides his offensive kind of stupidity and ignorance, couched in the entertainment industry s manufactured language of strength , will make you reach for the sick bag than once Another puzzling and impossibly annoying feature of this joyless disaster of a book is that the hero is written as a Scotsman If you have steam come out of your ears every time you read historical romances full of, Ohai lass and dinna ken like I and my GR buddies have then wait until you read this contemporary, it will freak you out and have you running for the hills Every other line is lass , mon and dinna All the things American writers in the genre think the Scots say but they don t And let me not start on the hero s thriftiness Aiuto, aiuto, as the Italians would scream.

  2. says:

    What an exciting story This page turner will have you on the edge of your seat as you try to find out who is killing the dancers at the casinos in Reno With great characters, lots of action, and some steamy heat, this book is an excellent get away from it all read.

  3. says:

    What a great read Susan Anderson absolutely nailed the ping pong emotions between women and men Her characters are totally authentic and the plots worked really well too Thanks Susan

  4. says:

    This could have been a really good book but the back story was so boring that I found myself wanting to skip over most of it I didn t because I kept hoping it would say about Tristan s back story But of course it only went on and on about Amanda s Tristan s character was great Amanda s was like Oh my God, enough already What a brat I had a hard time getting through this book I could not stand Amanda and that just ruined the whole thing for me.

  5. says:

    Shadow Dance Susan Andersen Is a romance thriller Amanda Charles is a beautiful Reno Showgirl When dancers are being murdered, detective Tristan MacLaughlin is called in from Seattle to solve the crime Amanda soon becomes the target of the serial killer, and while Tristan tries to protect her, his presence in her life seems to put her in danger A good who done it with romance on the side.

  6. says:

    This was one of Susan Andersen s earlier books and I really enjoyed the storyline Amanda Rose Charles was raised a socialite but her dream was to be a dancer and after leaving home at eighteen, she worked very hard to achieve her goal Unfortunately, after the third dancer was killed in the Reno, Nevada area, Detective Tristan MacLaughlin was called in from the Seattle Police Department because he was use to setting up task forces to find serial killers but he becomes too close to Mandy and that put her in the crosshairs of a killer Great read.

  7. says:

    This was a pretty intense read A serial killer is killing dancers in Reno The killer was a total surprise to me.

  8. says:

    I love this book Aside from pacing issues early on, this is a really great read The characters are great Believable, endearing They all did some questionable things, but I feel that that made them human for me They weren t perfect, or too good to be true.The writing hello Susan Andersen is excellent Even though Shadow Dance was originally published in 1989 it was brought enough up to date where it s not noticeable at all And being Andersens first novel, I m blown away at how well it s written Love it Overall, I love this book This is one of my yearly re reads I ve read it every year for the past 9 years And I plan to continue that tradition It s like a giant bowl of chicken soup for my soul, constantly reminding me of what I really enjoy in a story Definitely one of my comfort reads The suspense is raw, the bad guy chilling An intriguing, smart, gripping novel that never fails to deliver for me I highly recommend this one to fans of Andersen or romantic suspense novels dealing with a psychotic serial killer.

  9. says:

    Geeze, I get why I put this book down twice before starting it a 3rd time It was tough to get through, however then half way through it picked up a bit I liked the characters ok, but I wasn t a fan of the best friend Rhonda, who constantly referred to Amanda as Kiddo Amanda was a year older then you Rhonda I just don t see someone saying that non stop to their younger friend Anyways, it was a slow go for me I m usually a big fan of Susan Andersen books, this one just didn t do it for me.

  10. says:

    Most men who see Amanda Charles worship her from afar.But one admirer is getting to close to the glamorous showgirl There is a serial killer out there who is killing showgirls and he is getting perilously close to Amanda Detective Tristan MacLaughlin has drawn the case He is falling in love with Amanda, He never imagined that by wanting her and trying to protect her he,d place her in the gravest danger of all Can he catch the killer before its to late.

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