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by Pamela Dillman,Iris Johansen

ePub An Unexpected Song (Loveswept) download
Author:
Pamela Dillman,Iris Johansen
ISBN13:
978-0739341131
ISBN:
0739341138
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Random House Audio; Unabridged edition (August 8, 2006)
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Contemporary
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A Loveswept Classic Romance. By Iris Johansen Read by Pamela Dillman. About An Unexpected Song

A Loveswept Classic Romance. Category: Contemporary Romance Women’s Fiction. About An Unexpected Song. Here is New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen’s classic novel of unforgettable romance and unrelenting suspense–a ravishing thriller of a woman with a secret irresistibly drawn into the glittering world of a famous man whose past may be murde. .Taking the stage that evening, Daisy Justine had no idea that she was auditioning for her life.

An Unexpected Song book. Beautiful Daisy Justine is playing Fantine in a Geneva Switzerland production of Les Miserables, when she’s discovered by Broadway composer Jason Hayes. He’s a famously reclusive genius, who feels certain Daisy is the perfect soprano to star in his new work.

One. "Your little discovery can't be that good," Jason Hayes said dryly. Clear golden notes filled with beauty and passion soared through the theater. She lived the song, let it take her, became one with it. "My God," Jason whispered

One. "My God," Jason whispered. He experienced a fierce joy that was close to pain.

Published in the United States of America by Loveswept, an imprint of The Random House Publishing Group, a division of Random House LLC, a Penguin Random House Company, New York.

An Unexpected Song by Iris Johansen (2006, Hardcover).

Narrated by Pamela Dillman. Here is New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen’s classic novel of unforgettable romance and unrelenting suspense–a ravi.

A Loveswept Classic Romance. From New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen comes a simmering, sensual story of a powerful man who will do anything to capture the voice-and heart-of a talented soprano. Jason Hayes isn’t used to hearing the word no -not from performers, not from critics, and certainly not from women. He is the greatest composer the stage has seen in a century, and musicians and actors the world over covet his roles.

Here is New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen’s novel of unforgettable romance and unrelenting suspense–a ravishing thriller of a woman with a secret irresistibly drawn into the glittering world of a famous man whose past may be murder….Taking the stage that evening, Daisy Justine had no idea that she was auditioning for her life. Watching from the darkness beyond the footlights was the world-famous composer Jason Hayes. The reclusive genius was seeking a new star to play the tragic heroine in his latest work, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Othello. From the moment he heard her sing, Jason knew he’d found the star he’d been searching for his whole life. But coaxing her from Geneva to the bright lights of Broadway wasn’t going to be easy. For she’d made a promise to another man that she couldn’t break–nor disclose to anyone, not even Jason.Jason has only two weeks to change Daisy’s mind. But the closer he gets to her, the closer danger comes. For there’s more than just artistic temperament behind Jason’s legendary seclusion. He, too, is harboring a secret, stalked by a killer who’s followed him for decades. Now he’ll do anything to protect Daisy from the greatest threat of all–herself. Daisy’s determined to catch the ruthless sociopath who’ll stop at nothing to ruin their lives. And she’s baiting the trap with the one victim the killer can’t resist.
  • Love Iris Johansen's books. They never let me down. Keeps you wanting to continue reading to find out what happens and makes you want the next book to see what happens next. Awesome author as she writes many different styles of books, i.e.: Mystery, romance, suspense, etc. Highly recommended. I have gone back and purchase all of her past books. This author is prolific and sometimes publishes more than one book in a month. Favorite author.

  • The Loveswept romances are being reissued, so I know they were written a couple of decades ago. Most of the time you don't notice unless they drop references to "Nam". In this one it feels pretty light. Daisy's problems don't seem insurmountable, although you'd never know by how she acts. The climax of the books is pretty lame as well. It's not Iris's worst reissue, but it is certainly not her best. I don't really love the hero, and because the heroine isn't too great either I only finished the book because I had spent money on it. And by George if I spent the money, I'm going to finish the darn thing!

  • One of her older books that I liked very much. The characters are intense and their love shines through the pages.

  • I Love Iris Johansen books, all of them!

  • Nice quick read, but don't look for a connection with any of the characters. The characters are so surface, you're not surprised by anything they say or do.

  • It is like so many romances I expected more from Mrs Johansen. It is just like all the rest of modern romances.

  • I have never read one of Johansen's books and after reading this one, I'm not likely to read another. I usually enjoy reading pretty much any type of mystery and am not a literary critic by any means, but I just couldn't get into the story here because of the flowery and cliche-filled writing. Exclamations such as "dear heaven" and "lord" were repeated over and over again by all characters throughout the book, which doesn't seem to fit with the rest of their conversational tone (it would suit my southern grandma, however). As another reviewer said, the big mystery of why Daisy wouldn't leave Geneva wasn't particularly mysterious - if she really wanted Jason to leave she could have just told him. Character development was lacking and I just didn't care that much about them. I would have liked to hear more about Cynthia and her antics. I did finish the book because I was curious to know what happened, but I couldn't wait for it to be over. Sorry, but this was not my cup of tea.

  • Not the usual Johansen tale. It should have been billed as a "Love Story." I'm into the 3rd (out of 4) disc, and no suspense fill activity, yet. And She is one of my favorites, for exciting suspense. Please, leave this style to the romance writers. where, oh where was Eve Duncan and the gang?