BookMooch logo
home browse about join login
Theresa Weir : Cool Shade

Author: Theresa Weir
Title: Cool Shade
Moochable copies: No copies available
Amazon suggests:
Published in: English
Binding: Mass Market Paperback
Pages: 258
Date: 1998-04
ISBN: 006108462X
Publisher: Harpercollins (Mm)
Weight: 0.2 pounds
Size: 4.2 x 6.6 x 0.8 inches
Amazon prices:
Previous givers:
Previous moochers:
3Sobia (USA: VA), luciana verre (Italia), Lsressler (USA: PA).
Description: Product Description
Jobless, flat broke and itching for some new scenery, disk jockey Maddie Smith figures a trip to Nebraska to see what's going on with her flaky, estranged sister is as good a plan as any. It seems that after a brief encounter with sexy reclusive Eddie Berlin, baby sister vanished without a trace. Now it's going to take every last one of Maddie's wiles feminine and otherwise to get close enough to Eddie to find out what happened...and to resist his inexplicable allure, which may just be as dangerous as it is enticing. Review
Maddie Smith has never been one to hang around any place too long. After losing her job as a late-night disc jockey, she has little reason to stay in Tucson. When she receives a message that her estranged sister has disappeared, she figures she might as well go to Nebraska and see what's up with her unreliable sibling. There she learns that her sister is linked to the mysterious Eddie Berlin, a recluse and a very sexy guy. Maddie takes a personal interest in Eddie as she searches for clues about the disappearance of her sister.

Meanwhile, Eddie is shouldering problems of his own. The former manager of a pop star killed by a crazed fan, Eddie feels responsible for the singer's death, and as a result, he hasn't wandered off his own property in more than four years. Still, he is attracted to Maddie, experiencing feelings he thought he would never know again. A stolen tape of a recording made by the late rock star and other clues bind the couple together. It soon becomes clear that these two deserve each other, and when they finally feel comfortable with the fit, they find they are greater as a pair than they could ever have been as individuals.

The encounters between Maddie and Eddie are anything but typical. Both are insecure, yet somehow they manage to muddle through. Author Theresa Weir has created them to be very human, characters the readers feel connected to as they witness their lives unfold.

large book cover