Sooner or Later

Sooner or Later

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Baker & Taylor
Ellie Parish, a restauranteer and heir to a fortune, and ex-cop Dan Cassidy form a friendship on the verge of love, but her half-brother Buck Duveen has just been released from a sanitarium and is plotting to reclaim the inheritance he was denied and exact revenge on Ellie's grandmother, who had betrayed him.

Blackwell North Amer
Sole heir to her family's once formidable fortune, Ellie Parrish Duveen divides her time between running her small restaurant and trying to take care of her beloved grandmother. The last thing she has time for is men.
Dan Cassidy, formerly a New York City cop, now the owner of a run-down California winery, is also too busy for love - or so he thinks. When he walks into Ellie's bistro, a friendship is sparked that threatens to turn into a serious romance. But the attraction between them can't compete with a terrifying secret from the past that could have deadly consequences.

Baker
& Taylor

Ellie Parish, a restaurateur and heir to a fortune, and ex-cop Dan Cassidy form a friendship on the verge of love, but her half-brother Buck Duveen has just been released from a sanitarium and is plotting to reclaim the inheritance he was denied and exact revenge on Ellie's grandmother, who had betrayed him

Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, 1998.
ISBN: 9780385315951
0385315953
Branch Call Number: ADL
Characteristics: 358 p. ; 24 cm.

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weezie1
May 02, 2016

I enjoyed this book with its romance and suspense. It had an interesting story line and it kept me reading to the end.....which tells the story and why things happened the way they did. Would read another of her books.

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doylej
Jul 29, 2013

Not as enjoyable as some of the other books I've read lately, but it kept my attention, largely due to the gradual development of the romantic relationship. The suspense part was a little too overdone for me writing-wise, and there were some moments in the dialogue where I actually groaned. (Would have been much better to lapse into narration than have the characters speak in narrative paragraphs that weren't even close to anything someone would actually say.)

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