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Romantic Suspense
  • Author:
    Cris Anson
  • ISBN:
    141995962X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1419959622
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  • Publisher:
    Cerridwen Press (May 29, 2009)
  • Pages:
    386 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Romantic Suspense
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After her first husband died, Cris Anson poured all of her grief and angst into a journal. She found her niche in erotic romance and in 2005 her first book, Dance of the Seven Veils, was released.

After her first husband died, Cris Anson poured all of her grief and angst into a journal. One day, to help her cope with the unthinkable, she decided to harness those volatile emotions to create scenarios where a heroine, against all obstacles, finds a happy ending. Discovering the Romance Writers of America set her on her path to serious writing, a goal which her second husband wholeheartedly supported. She found her niche in erotic romance and in 2005 her first book, Dance of the Seven Veils, was released

First to Die. (Book in the Twins Series).

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Book 1 in the Dance series. Robbed of her self-esteem during a loveless marriage, recently divorced Lyssa Markham allows her best friend to drag her, costumed as Salome, to a masquerade. She's shocked, then intrigued, to discover the participants are members of an exclusive sex club. Hiding behind her mask, she permits her long-submerged sensual side to re-emerge as erotic sights and sounds bombard her. Seeing a darkly sexy gladiator inspires her to dance for him, seductively removing one veil at a time until she falls naked into his hot embrace

Cris Anson After he died, it took me a long time to come out of my grief.

I write erotic romance because I firmly believe that life doesn't stop at the bedroom door. I had a deeply romantic relationship with my husband of 22 years, and I want to celebrate his memory in my writing. After he died, it took me a long time to come out of my grief, but parts of him - his honor, courage, optimism, tenacity, and lust for life - live on in all my heroes. They’re all alpha men, as well. And I write erotic romance because I feel you're never too old to give or receive love.

6 June 1762(1762-06-06) (aged 65) Moor Park, Hertfordshire, England.

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Tim Anson died on 1 October 1968 of his third heart attack (the first two having been in early 1966 and the summer . Anson ML (1938) "Section I. The Coagulation of Proteins", in The Chemistry of the Amino Acids and Proteins (Carl L. A. Schmidt, e., Charles C. Thomas Books.

Tim Anson died on 1 October 1968 of his third heart attack (the first two having been in early 1966 and the summer of 1968). Anson was good friends with Béla Bartók, especially during Bartók's final years in America. Anson ML. (1945) "Protein Denaturation and the Properties of Protein Groups", Adv.

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Secrets, as they say, have a way of coming out. When beautiful consultant Tamara Hart delivers her recommendations to upgrade a family-held golf course, she unwittingly lifts the lid on a stew of secrets that have been simmering away for years. Secrets that can kill. Unexpected and unwelcome is the immediate sexual attraction Tamara feels for Simon Sutcliffe, the wounded, grieving second son of her employer and benefactor-an attraction neither can deny nor ignore in spite of the emotional baggage they both carry. As Tamara and Simon gradually succumb to the erotic and emotional pull, placing the first healing balms on the soul-deep wounds they both carry, secrets from the past flood back, threatening them and those they love. But more than love is at stake. No one is safe. Surprising alliances, deadly motives and a rash of murders follow as the killer plows a deadly path. A spate of increasingly vengeful attacks leave Tamara in no doubt that she is the next target in the killer's crosshairs. Reader Advisory: This book contains explicit sex scenes. Publisher Note: Previously published elsewhere under another title but has been extensively revised.

Doulkree
There's a lawyer who pushes his illegitamate daughter toward the younger twin son of his biggest client. There's a controller who has an illegitamate son by the other twin. Then enter a beautiful amputee consultant who is hired to design the upgrading of the family owned golf course. The older twin who fathered the controller's son, but did not know he did, crashes his car into Tamara, the cousultant, causing one of her legs to be amputated. The father of the adult twins again bails his son out and surreptitiously pays Tamara's medical bill, her college expences and invests in her future. After she's been working on her design for months, the younger twin returns from world travels where he ran to escape his wife after the death of their young son. The love interest is between the younger twin and Tamara. It is convoluted.
Roram
Tamara Hart has been hired by the patriarch of the Sutcliffe family to design and make plans to overhaul a family run golf course. The odds of the board members accepting her design to rehabilitate land is hit and miss, especially since Simon Sutcliffe, a voting board member, has just now shown up after more than a year away from his family. Simon's animosity towards Tamara is expected but the lust in his eyes is not. Things come to a head when Tamara is asked by her benefactor to show his sons the reason she is being treated as part of the family.

Simon Sutcliffe is a man bowled under by grief. Betrayed by his wife months ago with another man, Simon doesn't care about no longer being married. He does care, however, about no longer being a father. His wife's infidelity didn't just ruin Simon's life; her interlude with another man killed his six-month old son in a freak accident. Simon's view on women is shady at best and when his father reveals the true reason why Tamara is being included in family dealings is revealed, stunned is too tame of a word to gage his reaction.

It is family against family with a evil, outside party doing their best to get rid of key players. The killer now has a new vision of murder, and Tamara is in line as the FIRST TO DIE.

I became intrigued with FIRST TO DIE after seeing the blurb for Second Best, the book after this one. I wanted to know what type of family would be so convoluted as to not actually be a family at all and I was introduced to the Sutcliffe family. Talk about dysfunctional. The eldest twin, Jack, is a raving womanizer who drinks. Simon, the hero of FIRST TO DIE has been hurt so very much. First by his adulterous now ex-wife and then by his father. He wants to hate Tamara with every ounce of his being but her tenaciousness and underlying sultry demeanor makes him more than interested.

Tamara has spent almost a lifetime feeling less than adequate. Then, in the blink of an eye Simon Sutcliffe arrives back from traveling around the globe and everything she thought she wanted is blown out of the window. Attraction like she has never before experienced is what she feels for Simon and it quickly turns to more. If she can stay alive long enough, that is.

FIRST TO DIE is suspenseful and dark at times. The killer wanting to get rid of Sutcliffe's is never far from the focus of the story and despite trying to figure out who the bad guy was, I was happily surprised at the end when all was revealed. FIRST TO DIE is a romantic suspense unlike any I have ever read. I will read it again and again!

Natalie S.