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Shadow Dance(CD)(Abr.)

by Julie Garwood

Brilliance Audio | December 26, 2006 | Audio Book (CD)

Shadow Dance(CD)(Abr.) is rated 3.6923 out of 5 by 13.
For years, fans have clamored for a book starring beloved recurring characters Jordan Buchanan and Noah Clayborne who have been featured memorably in past Garwood novels. Their sizzling, tumultuous, and long-awaited pairing finally arrives in Shadow Dance, a novel that shuttles between glamorous metropolitan Boston and small-town Texas. Packing even more romantic punch than Garwood''s more recent books, Shadow Dance is smart, sexy, and entertaining.
"Julie Garwood''s stories happen in a different world, and she makes that world palpable." The Kansas City Star

Format: Audio Book (CD)

Dimensions: 1 × 1 × 1 in

Published: December 26, 2006

Publisher: Brilliance Audio

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1423306430

ISBN - 13: 9781423306436

Found in: Fiction and Literature

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from not for me not for me
Date published: 2009-04-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Shadow Dance by Julie Garwood Earlier this week, I read the novel “Shadow Dance” by Julie Garwood. This novel started with a marriage scene of Buchanan’s son in a small town of Silver Springs, Carolina south of Boston. Buchanan’s family was one of the respected families in the town. There was a lot of security for the judge Buchanan. All of his family members were concerned about his security; therefore, they appointed bodyguards for him from the best officers of FBI. Jordan is the daughter of the judge. Professor McKenna, who already had some links with Jordan via internet, arrived at the function. He told her about the treasure of her family. He told her the story of her ancestors and invited her to come to a small town of Serenity Deep in Texas to find the truth. Then the author described how she reached there and involved in multiple murders. I was stunted through reading this novel. Professor McKenna’s dead body was found in her car trunk, just next day of their meeting. She was caught by the local police. She called her brother who was also an FBI officer to help her. He came with his friend Noah for the initial investigation, bailed her and left Noah with Jordan for security. Here started a new relationship between Noah and Jordan but both of them did not want to admit it. FBI officers struggled to find the treasure and the killer through out the story. The novel was too excited and full of suspense that I could not stop reading. Then at the end, it was very exciting to know that there was no treasure and it was started with a lie. Professor McKenna just wanted to inform the judge through Jordon about a big murderer who was living in that town. The way the story was approached is really good. It had romance, thrill, suspense and a shocking end.
Date published: 2008-07-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "For the love of... Unless you plan to get under the covers, I suggest you keep your pants on." This book is a romance and thriller at once. Add in some contemporary shake, and you've got Shadow Dance. I rather liked that the title is a play on Jordan's father's situation (bodyguards shadowing his every step) inadvertently happening to her when she finds the dead body of a historian she's met two days prior in the trunk of her car and her brother Nick and Noah Clayborne, two FBI agents, fly at her aid. Hence, being shadowed by bodyguards of sort. Then Nick has to leave, for matters unknown, and suddenly begins a dance of should-shouldn'ts with Noah even as they try to find the real murderer, who proves to be one heck of a surprise. This is a great read, and I found it refreshing, witty and intelligent and less tedious than some of her previous works. The writing is fast-paced, which makes sense as this is a thriller as well, and Jordan and Noah's relationship does not bloom quite as suddenly as has been said. Re-reading through it, you'll find that Noah unknowingly had feelings WAY before they even began *cough* dancing. Anyway, hopefully we'll get to read more about Jordan and Noah and their treasure hunt!
Date published: 2008-01-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cute It's a cute easy to read book. No substantial depth to the book. It’s a book you read for lack of other good books around, or if you want to read a book that does not require a lot of thinking.
Date published: 2008-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome! I just couldn't put the book down. It felt like I was there watching it all happen.
Date published: 2008-01-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Really poor While I have loved Julie Garwood's books for many years now, Shadow Dance is really very horrible -- lack of interesting plot, unappealing characters, and no chemistry between the two main characters.
Date published: 2008-01-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not her best book... Okay, so I waited for the paperback to come out , bought the book , made a cup of coffee & sat down to loose myself in Ms. Garwood's story thinking it was going to be one of those afternoons where you can't put the book down & read until midnight ! No such luck, the story was very short, dry and I felt no chemistry between Jordan & Noah, to me it felt like the book was written in one afternoon - there was nothing holding your attention. The plot line was great , but it was missing the usual Garwood magic & juice.... I can't quite put my finger on it.... I am a great fan of Julie Garwood, have all her books in my home and sometimes I re-read them, but this one missed the mark Renata from Montreal
Date published: 2007-12-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't bother unless you've read the other books They should put a warning on the cover of books if they are part of a series. This one is well down the line about a woman with family of 6 brothers and one sister. Her parents are wealthy. She's just sold her computer company for $$$. Her friends are beautiful and talented. There's the tiny problem of armed body-guards at a family wedding...just to prevent the mob from killing her father but that story line is dropped pretty quickly. On a dare, from drop-dead handsome FBI best-friend of her brother Noah, she heads to Texas to copy papers of an eccentric/weird prof who has just crashed the wedding. I was wondering why? Actually I thought she was stupid. When dead bodies start appearing they affect her less than the broken radiator on her rental car. But it does give FBI Noah a chance to reappear and drawl 'Sugar'. The characters are painted thin. And over half are just filler for the lack of plot. It's a fast read. But I was left wondering why I wasted the time. Other reviewers appear to have loved it...but I guess they've read the other books.
Date published: 2007-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another great book!! I was happy to find out about the connection to her other books(For The Roses series), as well as Mercy, Slow Burn, Heartbreaker, etc. Another book that I couldn't put down, and yet another reason why she's my favorite author!!
Date published: 2007-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome I loved this book it ties everything together so nicely, I always wanted Noah to be happy and in this everyone gets what they want. Plus I like how she tied in other books as well in subtle ways
Date published: 2007-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superb! Another great book in the "Buchanan family" series. If you haven't read them, I highly recommend Heartbreaker, Mercy, Killjoy, Murder List, Slow Burn & now Shadow Dance. They're all great. I was very glad that Noah had the lead storyline this time. Definitely difficult to put this book down. I'm already looking forward to the next book in the series.
Date published: 2007-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "Hot Pick" What can I say about Shadow Dance other than Hot! Hot! Hot! This new novel by Garwood will not disappoint you. You'll love this book, as it brings back to mind all the other Buchanan family members. Hard book to put down.
Date published: 2007-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another Sizzling Buchanan This has to best the best Buchanan novel to date. I've been waiting for the union of these two characters for a long time. If you don't read this one, you're missing out. I couldn't put this one down.
Date published: 2007-01-05

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Shadow Dance(CD)(Abr.)

by Julie Garwood

Format: Audio Book (CD)

Dimensions: 1 × 1 × 1 in

Published: December 26, 2006

Publisher: Brilliance Audio

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1423306430

ISBN - 13: 9781423306436

From the Publisher

For years, fans have clamored for a book starring beloved recurring characters Jordan Buchanan and Noah Clayborne who have been featured memorably in past Garwood novels. Their sizzling, tumultuous, and long-awaited pairing finally arrives in Shadow Dance, a novel that shuttles between glamorous metropolitan Boston and small-town Texas. Packing even more romantic punch than Garwood''s more recent books, Shadow Dance is smart, sexy, and entertaining.
"Julie Garwood''s stories happen in a different world, and she makes that world palpable." The Kansas City Star

About the Author

Author Julie Garwood was born in Kansas City, Missouri in 1946. Her writing career began when the last of her three children entered school. After the publication of two young adult books, she started writing historical romance fiction. Her first novel was Gentle Warrior (1985). She has written over 20 novels since then including Shadow Dance, Slow Burn, Murder List, Killjoy, Mercy, Heartbreaker, Ransom, and Come the Spring. Her novels have appeared regularly on the bestseller lists of numerous major publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times and Publishers Weekly.