Iris Johansen / Jun 25, 2019

Notorious In New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen s gripping novel of romantic suspense a man s lust for revenge turns into an obsession with his brother s wife Beautiful actress Mallory Thane end

  • Title: Notorious
  • Author: Iris Johansen
  • ISBN: 9780553593440
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
  • In 1 New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen s gripping novel of romantic suspense, a man s lust for revenge turns into an obsession with his brother s wife.Beautiful actress Mallory Thane endured the harsh, unforgiving glare of publicity during the trial in which she stood accused of murdering her husband But even the acquittal that set her free couldn t ease thIn 1 New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen s gripping novel of romantic suspense, a man s lust for revenge turns into an obsession with his brother s wife.Beautiful actress Mallory Thane endured the harsh, unforgiving glare of publicity during the trial in which she stood accused of murdering her husband But even the acquittal that set her free couldn t ease the heartache of her ordeal Desperate to get back her life, her career, and her sanity, she accepts a new movie deal on an island paradise only to realize that she has walked into a trap.Her captor is power player Sabin Wyatt, a dark, enigmatic man who still holds Mallory responsible for his brother Ben s death But at the root of his scheme is his obsessive need to possess the woman who haunts his dreams, no matter what truth she s hiding.

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      • Iris Johansen

        Iris Johansen is a New York Times bestselling author She began her writing after her children left home for college She first achieved success in the early 1980s writing category romances In 1991, Johansen began writing suspense historical romance novels, starting with the publication of The Wind Dancer In 1996 Johansen switched genres, turning to crime fiction, with which she has had great success She lives in Georgia and is married Her son, Roy Johansen, is an Edgar Award winning screenwriter and novelist Her daughter, Tamara, serves as her research assistantIS JOHANSEN is The New York Times bestselling author of Night and Day, Hide Away, Shadow Play, Your Next Breath, The Perfect Witness, Live to See Tomorrow, Silencing Eve, Hunting Eve, Taking Eve, Sleep No More, What Doesn t Kill You, Bonnie, Quinn, Eve, Chasing The Night, Eight Days to Live, Blood Game, Deadlock, Dark Summer, Pandora s Daughter, Quicksand, Killer Dreams, On The Run, and And with her son, Roy Johansen, she has coauthored Night Watch, The Naked Eye, Sight Unseen, Close Your Eyes, Shadow Zone, Storm Cycle, and Silent Thunderisjohansen


    1. Cute, quick and easy read. I liked this author, this was my first book by her and this was written back in 1985, I believe. It's always a hoot to read a blast from the past. Pantyhose. Landlines. Typewriters. Lol.

    2. Notorious could have been a soap opera story arc. I don't mean that in a demeaning way, either. Soap operas can be very watchable, and enjoyable. I did my share of soap opera watching before I became a working woman who didn't have time for daytime television, and I don't judge people who enjoy them. So, in a good way, this reminded me of my soap opera-watching days.Sabin starts out a pretty scary character who mellows over the course of the book. Although Mallory's husband's murder paints her a [...]

    3. This starts out gloriously Old Skool, with Sabin, a crazed, obsessed hero, kidnapping his step-sister-in-law Mallory, the woman he believes “owes him” her body. Fun times ahead! And indeed, there’s a classic old skool climactic scene -- that unfortunately takes place on page 31 of 136. Everything after that seemed like an anti-climax, and I was bemused by how easily the characters brush off what happened. Mallory especially, who discovers she was betrayed in a particularly horrible way (vi [...]

    4. “Notorious” is the story of Carey and Sabin.When the actress Carey is finally acquitted of her husband’s murder charges, she never expects to be falsely lured away into Sedikhan for a movie. Soon she realizes the person behind the charade is Sabin, her dead husbands step brother and his reasons for doing so.We have a crazy in love hero, a strong ethical heroine, a murder mystery, stalker, hot love making and a lot of obsession.Good read.Safe with exceptions3.5/5

    5. Actress Mallory Thane has been accused of murdering her husband. After she is found not guilty, she is ready to leave New York behind and start a new life elsewhere. Then out of the blue she is offered a staring role in a film that takes place overseas. She gladly accepts. What she doesn't know is the offer came for a movie studio owned by her brother-in-law. And he plans on keeping her with him until he gets the answers to what happened. Sabin Wyatt felt something for Mallory the first time he [...]

    6. actress Mallory Thane had just been acquitted for the murder of her husband. She plans to go somewhere, anywhere to get out of the unforgiving glare of the public when an offer for a role in a new movie on a Paradise Island but she she realizes she walk into a trap and her capture is her late husband's stepbrother Sabin Wyatt who is a dark enigmatic man who hold Mallory responsible for his step brothers death

    7. Occasionally steamy romance with an actress acquitted of murder but tricked into going to Sedikhan where she is held against her will. And of course, they live happily ever after.The characters are superficial, and there isn't even a glint of local culture to make the settings more enticing.I'll stick with Johansen's mysteries and steer clear of the coerced love stories.

    8. Fairly standard romance with some intrigue regarding the murder of Mallory's husband, but that is wrapped up quickly at the end. The main focus is on Mallory and Sabian. It is clearly set in the late 1980s even though it was reprinted in the late 2000s.

    9. The characters weren't realistic, the plot was lacking and it seemed like the only reaso there was any interaction with the main characters was so they could have sex.

    10. Mallory was a little unbelievable. Dripping in such sweetness that it made it tough to relate too. Finish was good, tough to enjoy her character

    11. I really loved this book. Lots of romance & tenderness. Would love someone to swoop in & show me what I was missing! So sexy!

    12. I usually love Iris Johansen, but this was not one of her best works. The characters didn't really click for me, and it was pretty predictable.

    13. This was OK. Very eighties romance. It was a mindless enjoyable read, but some of her other books are much better.

    14. I normally enjoy Ms Johansen but this book was a waste of time. I rate the book I read from 1 to 10. I gave this one a 5.

    15. This is your typical romance novel with a sort of odd story but ultimately predictable. I didn't hate it but I can't really give it more than 3 stars!

    16. This one had the "feel" of Johansen - but I kept waiting for Eve Duncan to pop out somewhere --A lighter romance/suspense

    17. Secondhand storyloosely related to the rest of the series, but still a good plot and story. Have read this book before and it holds up to a good reread.

    18. Quick read. intriguing, likable characters for the most part and sweet romance. Not a page turning thriller or intensely moving novel but a good story for a quick easy read.

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