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Stella Cameron
MIRA (September 24, 2004)
Thrillers & Suspense
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Outstanding! I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough. I wish I had written this wonderful book. Stella Cameron is sensational! -Jayne Ann Krentz.

Outstanding! I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough. Fern Michaels on Kiss Them Goodbye. If you haven’t read Stella Cameron, you haven’t read romantic suspense. For the Seventy-Niners plus two

Her mother could get panicky. Vivian fished her cell from her purse and said, I’m calling home to say we’re okay.

Her mother could get panicky. Vivian didn’t get past explaining where they were before Charlotte said, with too much satisfaction, Why, you two young things just take your time. Best to come slowly when it’s dark. It’s gonna rain, to. .She added a little tale, first about hiring Wazoo-which they would discuss later-then about Homer Devol stopping by with Wendy

Kiss Them Goodbye Hardcover – Large Print, March 2, 2004. Instead, by the end of the book, I was highly annoyed. I think I'll give Stella a wide berth from now on and if I'm interested in reading another of her books, I'll get it from the library. 5 people found this helpful.

Kiss Them Goodbye Hardcover – Large Print, March 2, 2004. by. Stella Cameron (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Book 3 of 10 in the Bayou Series.

Stella Cameron was born and raised on the southern coast of England where she met her American husband at a party in London. After their marriage, she left England and went with husband Jerry to Washington State to make a home and raise a family

Stella Cameron was born and raised on the southern coast of England where she met her American husband at a party in London. After their marriage, she left England and went with husband Jerry to Washington State to make a home and raise a family. Like many authors, Stella began her literary career as a reader. As a young girl, Stella was a self-professed reading "addict", devouring all types of literature. She learned very early to retreat from the demands of others into a gentler world - her own. As a child and a young adult, books saved her because they helped free her while they.

The instant attraction between them leaves Spike reluctant to get involved - until another shocking murder occurs and it seems that Vivian will be the next victim. Cameron returns to the wonderfully atmospheric Louisiana settin. or her latest sexy-gritty, compellingly readable tale of romantic suspense. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

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This was the first book of hers I read and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I liked how the main characters already knew each other and were attracted to each other, therefore their "relationship" started near the beginning of the story.

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  • This is the third Stella Cameron book that I have tried and I still don't get it; the stories seem to go all over the place, as if she wrote an 800 page book and then just chops and hacks at it. The beginning of each story confuses me right from the start; she has whole pages of conversation where she is describing what the man is doing yet has the woman talk in the same paragraph without identifying that it's her and you can't figure out what is going on without going back and rereading everything. These two never have a conversation, they just misunderstand each other and talk over each other at odds; I stuck it out just to see if it made sense somehow at the end and frankly Spike is one of the most unlikeable H's I have ever read. He doesn't act like someone who actually likes her, just wants to be in her pants all the time. I had picked up 4 others in the series at book sales and am not even going to bother reading them; they are going right to the library sale, perhaps someone else can understand them better than I can. And the sad thing is that I love bayou books, the men are always so yummy and there's almost always some kind of paranormal angle but these aren't worth it.

  • A few months ago I read "Now You See Him" which I found out, albeit too late, was a prequel to "Kiss Them Goodbye". Had I known that I would never have bought this book which was actually worse than the first and a waste of money. My fault, I should concentrate more.

    Spike and Vivian behaved like 12 year olds. One or the other was always getting their feelings hurt, usually because they'd completely misread what the other one said/did. Spike would start snapping at Vivian and she'd have no idea why or vice versa. Hello-they're both supposed to be adults with responsible jobs and Spike has a daughter to raise but they can't even communicate with each other?

    Ex: He tells her he's worried that she'll sell Rosebank and move away from him. Instead of comforting and reassuring him she screams at him "How do you know what my feelings are? Thanks for the confidence!" and then she slaps him. Why he didn't run in the other direction as fast as he could is more of a mystery than the plot was.

    Or almost as bad, a character would say/think something like "I know what that means. or "He realized then what was happening." Wonderful, how about sharing it with the readers because we are clueless?

    I suppose I read this one to the end because the optimist in me kept hoping it would get better. Instead, by the end of the book, I was highly annoyed.

    I think I'll give Stella a wide berth from now on and if I'm interested in reading another of her books, I'll get it from the library.

  • Not long after his brother Guy died, New Orleans restaurateur David Patin dies in a fire at his establishment Chez Charlotte. Besides grieving their loss, his wife and daughter Vivian are shocked to learn how in debt they are. They move to Guy's former estate Rosebank, which they inherited planning to convert the property into an exclusive resort.
    Their lawyer Louis Martin drives out to give them some good news that Guy left with his inheritance. However, someone kills the attorney just before local Sheriff Spike Devol arrives for dinner. Bullying Detective Bonine leads the investigation in which he suspects the Patin women killed Louis since Vivian inadvertently destroyed the crime scene. As Bonine pressures the two women, Vivian and Spike fall in love, but first he must uncover the identity of a killer and resolves to discover what Guy left them to keep them solvent.
    Fans of police procedural romances will enjoy this delightful thriller. The story line is loaded with action as the audience will appreciate the lead couple and their efforts to do the right thing. Except for the police detective the secondary cast adds depth to the plot. KISS THEM GOODBYE is a strong Bayou suspense tale, a novel that lives up to Stella Cameron's reputation as a great author.
    Harriet Klausner

  • David Patin died in a mysterious fire that destroyed his popular New Orleans restaurant mere weeks after inheriting Rosebank from his brother, Guy. Rosebank had once been a magnificent plantation on the banks of Bayou Teche. Guy had decorated Rosebank with hundreds of monkeys and pineapples.
    When David's wife, Charlotte, and daughter, Vivian, learned that the family finances were poor, they decided to make Rosebank prosper. With Vivian's degree in hotel management and charlotte's restaurant expertise, they would slowly turn Rosebank into a resort hotel.
    Their dream began to crumble when the family lawyer was murdered on Rosebank's grounds. He had been coming with big news for Charlotte and Vivian only to be killed within walking distance of the estate. The envelope containing the wonderful news had vanished, leaving the Patins clueless as to what it had contained.
    Unsatisfied with the laughable investigation by the local police (Errol Bonine), Vivian turned to Spike Devol, the deputy sheriff of a nearby town. Not only was Spike known to be smart and wily, not to mention sexy, but he had also been present when Vivian stumbled upon the first body (her lawyer). Spike and Errol are totally different and tempers toward each other run hot. However, Spike's growing attraction to Vivian will not let him back off from investigating on his own.
    ***** Author Stella Cameron has written another winner, in my opinion. The lush background of Louisiana accents the scenes, lending a beautiful but chilling tone to the story. A variety of characters abound in this tale of greed, murder, and romance. It kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time. Highly recommended reading here! *****
    Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.