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  • The Crush is my first novel by Sandra Brown that I bought
  • I think it should be there to implement a strong impression on the novel

    • by jofeli
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      The novel tells a story of a beautiful independent surgeon, Dr. Rennie Newton, who becomes the leader of juror board in a murder case trial with the defendant Ricky Roy Lozada. For the reason of having not enough evident, Lozada is finally free.

      Not long after, her rival colleague, Dr. Lee Howell, died tragically in the hospital car park. Dr. Newton soon becomes the suspect because she and Howell didn’t have a good relationship and frequently quarreled about the head


      position of the surgery department.

      Detective Wick Threadgill is being asked to help the police investigate the case. While on his undercover to investigate Newton, he is having a crush on her. However, Newton is not the type of that easy woman to be conquered. She has her own reason for shutting herself down to Threadgill although she desperately wants him. The investigation goes on, and Threadgill finally reveals who the true killer is.

      “The Crush” is my first novel by Sandra ...


      • Brown that I bought. Compared to other novelists, I can say that Brown’s way of writing is quite unique. The conflict flow is arranged slowly and not in a rush. It takes much time until half of the novel to set everything up.

        The characterization is in-depth told and depicted in details. I can even imagine clearly how Dr. Rennie Newton looks like: Pretty face, smart, independent, rather reclusive, slim figure and long-haired. Her cold attitude but professional is a typical

        of a surgeon, but she is friendly to her patients. Whereas Wick Threadgill is the type that most women desire: handsome, athletic, strong and firm figure, humorous, and has sharp look.

        The ending is quite surprising. It has an unfinished ending just enough to arouse readers’ curiosity. I think it should be there to implement a strong impression on the novel. For those who love a light combination of romance and criminal, this should go very well. I surely recommend this novel.




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