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I'm accustomed to Melinda Leigh's novels being set in Oregon rather than Maine. Midnight Exposure is a suspense mystery with far more than a touch of romance. The narration like the plot of the novel is good, but not special.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
After a troubled past, Jayne is in search of a photo opportunity with a reclusive wood sculptor to help support her family when medical debts pile up. What she finds is a brooding ex-cop, a new stalker and the mystery of a celtic coin found under the body of a hiker. This is an enjoyable story, but not a memorable one. The narrator brings this story up to 4 stars for me and I'd happily listen to Scott Schumaker again. Worth a credit? No. The price is low enough to avoid the use of a credit, especially (at the moment) if you pay out for a Kindle Edition and take advantage of the special $1.99 cost.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
9 hours and 3 minutes I’ll never get back!
Absolute rubbish! Mills and Boon style nonsense with repeated cliches and boring, predictable plot.
Great story once started I could not put the book down. I am never disappointed with a Melinda Leigh book