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Author:
Jasmine Cresswell
ISBN13:
978-0778321408
ISBN:
0778321401
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MIRA; Original edition (April 26, 2005)
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Jasmine Rosemary Cresswell (born 1941 in Wales) is a best-selling author of over 50 romance novels as Jasmine Cresswell and Jasmine Craig. Jasmine Rosemary Cresswell was born in Wales and educated in London

Jasmine Rosemary Cresswell (born 1941 in Wales) is a best-selling author of over 50 romance novels as Jasmine Cresswell and Jasmine Craig. Jasmine Rosemary Cresswell was born in Wales and educated in London. After graduating early from high school, Cresswell received a diploma in technical French and German from the Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle in London.

The Melody Beecham trilogy will be published over a 15-month period. The first book was Decoy (2/04) and the second is Full Pursuit (11/04). Format: Mass Market Paperback.

This was a series of 3 books that were wonderful; I have read every Jasmine Cresswell book out there and I would recommend any of her books.

Ships from and sold by Connie's Bookshelf. Ships from and sold by Connie's Bookshelf. This was a series of 3 books that were wonderful; I have read every Jasmine Cresswell book out there and I would recommend any of her books. Published on September 5, 2013.

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Robyn Delaney doesn't believe in the supernatural and is beginning to believe that true love is just as much of a fantasy. Then the intrigue that surrounds her boss, Zach Bowleigh, thrusts her into danger. and into 18th-century England. She finds herself in a place that cannot possibly exist, and yet it does, with the flesh-and-blood reality of Zach's coldly handsome ancestor, William Bowleigh, Lord Starke. And William seems to be in just as much danger as his descendant

Jasmine Cresswell was born in Wales and educated in London

Jasmine Cresswell was born in Wales and educated in London.

Final Justice by Jasmine Cresswell released on Apr 26, 2005 is available now for purchase.
  • Love her books

  • This is a follow up of a book I've read and I started trying to find it soon after. I haven't finished it but it's very good up to this point.

  • Its ok I did read it

  • good read

  • The secretive quasi government agency Unit One works on destroying criminal masterminds within the United States though they never appear in court handing over arrests to the FBI. Completing a sting, Agent Melody Beecham is shot; this upsets her partner Nick Anwar who loves her. He informs his superior he no longer wants to team up with Melody because he cannot control his emotions.

    That changes when suddenly someone tries to assassinate Melody several times in different locales. Many people have motives to eliminate Melody who has insured numerous criminals tasted justice. Nick defies orders and is willing to die to keep her safe, but knows they must lure the culprit out into the open with Melody as the bait, but a personal spin makes the pair more likely to meet their maker rather soon.

    Though some doubts about the legality of this Mission Impossible covert Unit One team lingers in the backdrop, fans of action-paced romantic suspense will appreciate this fabulous thriller. The story line is fast-paced from the opening sting to the final altercation, but it is the lead couple who makes the plot work. The support cast, especially their boss grooming Nick as his replacement if he proves not to be a fanatic, augments the insight into the duo and enhances the scenarios. Readers will appreciate this complex tale with a final incredible spin.

    Harriet Klausner

  • If you compare this book with another one written by JC like: "Dead Ringer", "The Third Wife", "Conspiracy" and obviously its prequels. You'll think that she wrote this book just to finish the series. Albeit is a thriller in more than half book it has its very boring parts, for example the Xmas dinner or how Melody or Nick "fought" with Josh at the gym among others. I agree that this book is more a personal biography of Melody and Nick and has almost nothing to do with Unit One. So I think that JC could had finish this series with another idea. This doesn't mean that this book is a waster but definitively not the best of the writer.

  • Cresswell's stand-alone romantic suspense has been OK reads for me. Nothing that got me that excited but far better than some duds I've come across. Her Unit One trilogy featuring Nick Anwar and Melody Beecham was an unexpectedly enjoyable read starting with the two protagonists' romance. Melody is capable and strong without being brassy and harsh as I've found some kick-ass heroines to be; Nick is downright sexy and their romance develops at a pace that's realistic yet without losing any steam. That's the advantage of trilogies, I find. Lots of room to balance the romance and the action/suspense. Cresswell's trilogy beat Merline Lovelace's Cleo North-Jack Donovan trilogy hands down!

  • I really pleased with the Final Justice. It was action-packed and full of twists and turns. Although the killer is no big surprise. You will enjoyed the journey getting there. This is the best of the series.