Cool Shade

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HarperCollins Publishers, 1998 - Fiction - 258 pages
14 Reviews
Jobless, broke and anxious for a change of scenery, disc jockey Maddie Smith decides to visit her flaky, estranged sister in Nebraska. But she finds that after a brief encounter with reclusive Eddie Berlin, her baby sister has vanished without a trace. Now it's going to take every last one of Maddie's wiles, feminine and otherwise, to get close enough to Eddie to discover what has happened, and to resist his mesmerizing allure, which may be just as dangerous as it is enticing.

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User Review  - Michele Whitecotton - Goodreads

I actually liked this book. It wasn't very long and easy to read but it had a great story. I liked Maddie and Eddie, they were good characters. They both were a little quirky, but nobody's perfect. I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lhenry - Goodreads

It was a very sweet story with Maddie and Eddie being an unusual couple finding each other. There was one element at the end that really surprised me, though maybe I should have seen it coming. But ... Read full review


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Weir is a bestselling, award-winning author.

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