Night And Day by Anne Stuart\Gayle Wilson released on Oct 25, 2001 is available now for purchase.
|Product dimensions:||4.34(w) x 6.68(h) x 0.67(d)|
About the Author
Anne Stuart (b. 1948) is an American romance novelist who has written more than 100 books and is the recipient of the Romance Writers of America Lifetime Achievement Award, among other honors. Her first book was Barrett's Hill,a gothic romance published in 1974 when she had just turned 25. In addition to numerous stand-alone novels, she is the author of the series House of Rohan, Ice, and others. A native of Philadelphia, Stuart lives with her husband in Vermont.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
An interesting pair of stories and while the Anne Stuart was the shorter, I prefered it.Anne Stuart's story; Day, starts off the collection. Pretty short it deals with a Cat Burgular, his last job, his lost parents and a romance. It's short and sweet and the two characters are great fun. Finding out the truth about his past is also interesting and the story kept my interest well.Gayle Wilson's story of an injured ex-CIA man and his friend's widow and a missing music box (which also appears in the first story) that's recovered Nazi loot, is also fun. The two main characters have liked each other for a long time but it's loyalty and love that has kept them apart. But there are also secrets they're keeping from each other. Fun, light and would induce me to look for more by this author.All in all an intersting pair of stories, fun and light.
I bought this book for two reasons, first one is because it's Anne Stuart, she is an automatic buy for me, I just love her writing style and her dark characters. Second reason is because I've already ready Catspaw volume 1 and volume 2. When this read that this was part 3, a continuation to the series, I just had to buy it to find out what shenanigans Anne Stuart add to the first two. Lol This story was short and sweet. It was the best but it was a good addition. If you read Catspaw then buy this book but if you didn't read Catspaw, then you might feel it is too short and won't feel the full range of emotions or attachment to the characters. -fire