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Publisher's Summary

While preparing for her wedding, Julia DeMarco comes across a famous photograph of a little girl in front of a Russian orphanage, and sees her own eyes staring back at her. But Julia is not an orphan, nor was she adopted. She knows where she comes from, or does she? Suddenly, the people she has loved and trusted are tainted by suspicion. The one person who is willing to help her is reckless photographer Alex Manning, who will journey with her toward the dangerous truth, while trying to hide a secret of his own.
©2005 Barbara Freethy (P)2005 Books on Tape

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Fun, quick

ok, so it's not a great work of literature... it's fun, and easy, and the plot twists keep you interested. The San Francisco setting was cool for a SF resident.
I didn't like the narrator's voice at first- I like to listen at fast speed and her voice as too shaky to listen to that way. Hearing her do blue-collar male was especially hard. But by the end I warmed up to her, and it felt like she was someone who cared about the characters, telling me the story.

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Page turner for sure

I love this book. I was hooked from the very first chapter! I also really enjoyed the narrator. I prefer a male narrator but was pleasantly surprised. She did a great Job!

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a great easy listen

I was pleasantly surprised. the plot was complex and held my interest to the end - there was a very good mystery component that was not compromised by the romantic element.

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Fine Story

The storyline was good, and it was entertaining. Personally, I have grown quite tired of Freethy's must-marry-before-I'm-30 heroines. This is the fourth book, and the formula is unchanged.

I think I will give her books a rest. Overall, it is an okay tale.

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Excellent

This is an excellent book! Barbara Freethy is an amazing author. I believe I have read everything she has written more than once!

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Barbara Freethy!!!!

One of the best there is!! Great book!! Great story line and characters!! Love ALL of her books!!

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Excellent book

Like every part of the story
Suspense until the end
Will recommend the book to family and friends
Bernadette Dunne is a wonderful narrator
She makes the book alive

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Page turner via the ear! Great listen.

Enjoyed from the 1st chapter! Great story good narrator and believable characters with a very good ending. My husband was reading while I was listening - he too thought it a great story and loved the mystery of it!
DMcLB, CA