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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Three Hundred and Sixty Degrees by Tonya Lampley

Three Hundred and Sixty Degrees by Tonya Lampley
Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary/Inspirational
Length: Full (291 pages)
Heat: Sweet
Rating: 4 Books
Reviewed by Larkspur

What happens when things seem to be too good to be true?

Alex, a workaholic corporate executive, bent on controlling and orchestrating every second of her life, is on the verge of having it all. Her dream job right is right at her fingertips, she is finally healing from the death of her father, and then the perfect man enters the picture.

Daniel seems too good to be true. Alex wants to trust him but feels she can't, after all, what man can be trusted? But Daniel chips away at her tough exterior, and as soon as she lets her guard down, her beliefs are confirmed. Daniel is not what he appears to be and he becomes the catalyst that sparks an unusual turn of events that causes her world to come crashing down.

Because of him, life as she knows it, turns three hundred and sixty degrees.
Secrets break hearts and Three Hundred and Sixty Degrees is full of them. Ms. Lampley gives us a contemporary romance that is right off the headlines of any big city newspaper in this era of securities fraud. Our hero Daniel has a big secret and it might just cost him the love of his life.

Tonya gives us an impressive story with twists and turns galore. Her main characters are interesting and likeable and her supporting characters are a hoot. I really liked the interaction between Alex and her girlfriends. Her story line/plot keeps you enthralled until the surprising ending. The romance is very sweet and chaste. The dialogue was mainly good, but could at times be a little choppy.

This was a most enjoyable read and would appeal to any reader who loves great suspense in their romance, who loves contemporary romance, who likes spiritually inspirational novels and who love sweet romances.

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