Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Theme Day: Wallflowers

1. a person who, because of shyness, unpopularity, or lack of a partner, remains at the side at a party or dance.
2. any person, organization, etc., that remains on or has been forced to the sidelines of any activity.
3. A person you never looked at, talked to, or made an attempt to get to know but may just surprise you the most.....
Never a Gentleman (The Drake's Rakes, #2)A Wallflower Christmas (Wallflowers, #5)Suddenly YouNine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake (Love By Numbers #1)
Night Fever

Night Fever by Diana Palmer
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Rebecca Cullen has not led an average life of a twenty-four year old, with the responsibilities two brothers and an ailing grandfather she spends all her time either at work or home working to keep her family afloat. The only spark in her life is the irritating banter she shares with a stunning man she rides the elevator with everyday.

Rourke Kilpatrick is known as a merciless district attorney who has made it his number one goal to rid the streets of drugs, when Rebecca's brother is arrested on a drug charge they finally meet, but Rebecca is mortified when she learns it is the man she has been throwing jabs at in the elevator.

Rourke finds himself fascinated by Rebecca, who seems to have the weight of the world on her shoulders. A bit of a loner, Rourke ensues himself in Rebecca's life but as her brother continues to spiral downward and a deception is revealed will it turn Rebecca against Rourke?

I thought this was one of Diana Palmer's better books. Rourke is a hard man, but you understand why and there is a softness to him as he becomes involved with Rebecca. Wonderful read.

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1 comment:

  1. I always love a good wallflower book. Maybe it's because that would be me in real life! LOL.

    I've read many of Palmer's books, but not this one. Will have to put it on the list.