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Two Alone by Sandra Brown (1995-05-01)

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  • By Guest on January 11, 2018

    It started out very well, but it appears to have ended abruptly with descriptive story line towards the end and the ending was just can epilogue. Could have been a really great book if she had actually continued the story itself.

  • By D. Wineland on August 19, 2014

    Sandra Brown can write the most interesting of mystery novels, too bad she didn't on Two Alone. I suspect this is just a case of, "I feel like writing a book, so here goes", and what resulted was a very lame, 6th graders essay on suspense, attempting to get a passing grade, and faling miserably. Plots were hatched simply to fill the page and were soon forgotten as to why because they wern't of any significance. Sandra Brown is worthy of her stature in the novel writing community and will continue to be one of my favorite writers of mystery novels; however, I can't rate Two Alone as close to one of my favorites. The bad one is written, now continue with the great ones you always produce.

  • By Kindle Customer on December 12, 2017

    Two survivors of a plane crash attempt to find a route to safety and encounter various hurdles,including two evil back woodsmen and also discovering a strong attraction for each other

  • By bratcat22 on December 17, 2017

    One of Ms. Brown's best novels. Loved the interaction between the two main characters thrust into a survival situation. A real good read.

  • By misscuddie on March 6, 2018

    I thought is Was was great.A page turner for sure.The things these two did and went through to survive is truly wonderful.The love that grew between them was touching.A great read and one of the few Sandra Brown books I have not read.

  • By barbara abercrombie on February 22, 2018

    This novel captures the reader from the first to the last page...it is well written to keep the reader turning the pages ...I can truly say that I would recommend this ....the suspense is intense...the story well presented and the ending.....I want tell......

  • By Bevi on December 18, 2015

    The heroine is beautiful and feisty but yielding and the man handsome, quirky and demanding. Ok there you have it.I leafed past the steamy chapters as I felt like a voyeur. I think I would like it better if the heroine had a wart on her nose and she told the man to jump in the lake. The least they could do was draw the curtains when they got intimate. There were no curtains.

  • By tweetygm9 on January 12, 2018

    This book was her usual, keeping me engrossed thru the entire book. Great read. I look forward to my next book by Sandra


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