Books by Susan Andersen

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Shadow Dance

The phrase that best describes this reissue of Andersen's debut novel is "been there, done that." When Shadow Dance was initially released in 1989 it had the slight advantage of coming out when this type of romantic suspense novel/mystery was still something fresh. In the years since then, serial ki ...

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Head Over Heels

Veronica Davis goes home to Fossil intending to takeover the care of her murdered sister's young daughter and sell the bar that Ronnie's family has always owned. Cooper Blackstock is tending bar while trying to find evidence to prove his half-brother innocent of the murder. Cooper and Ronnie strike ...

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Obsessed

I do miss Susan Andersen's dark side sometimes. Oh, I like her romantic comedies fine, but they simply are not as intense as her earlier romantic suspense. Thanks to Zebra for reprinting them. Obsessed has a creepy and putrid villain, a heroine who is strong yet vulnerable and a hero who is all but ...

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Head Over Heels

Going back to one's hometown, particularly if you've been living a completely different type of life, can be rough. I can relate. Thankfully, unlike the heroine in Head Over Heels, I didn't have to deal with my sister's murder or have to become the parent to her child. If you're a fan of Susan Ander ...

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All Shook Up

If you’re like me, the sight of Susan Andersen’s name on a silly cartoon cover makes you look forward to a few hundred pages of funny, sexy entertainment. All Shook Up does not disappoint, but neither does it contain any big surprises. J.D. Carver is a survivor of the foster ca ...

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Present Danger

Susan Andersen has proven to be quite a consistent author for me. To varying degrees, I've enjoyed four of her previous novels. This is one of my favorites, originally published before she changed publishing houses, from Zebra to Avon. There's a lot of sexual tension and a nice feeling of family amo ...

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Baby, Don't Go

Fans of Susan Andersen know what to expect when they open one of her "Baby" books; both Baby, I'm Yours and Be My Baby sport strong, law-enforcement leads, sizzling love scenes and a whole lot of fun. In this case, however, it's the heroine who wears the arsenal and whose job it is to save the hero ...

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Be My Baby

And to think I almost put this book down because one of Beau Dupree's first lines is: "The minute Jose Lee's out the door though, I'm picking it up right where I left off. First thing I'm going to do is find me a little blond with big tits." I am not at all fond of womanizers, especially as heroe ...