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Publisher: New Concepts Publishing
Release Date: February 2004
ISBN: 1-58608-375-9
Format Reviewed: Advance Review Copy
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Genre: Romantic Suspense
Reviewed: 2004
Reviewer: Faith V. Smith

Reviewer Notes: Explicit Sexual Content

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All I Ever Wanted
By Ellen Fisher

      Drew's first meeting with Maxfield is totally out of this world. The best-selling author saves her from a gun-toting alien during a sci-fi convention. She's grateful but as far as she is concerned, chivalry is his only redeeming quality; unless you count emerald eyes, broad shoulders and chestnut color hair. She'd be happy never to see him again except for the tiny little fact her sister decides to date him.

      Maxfield Sinclair finds himself falling fast for the tall, willowy and beautiful Dr. Cooper. The only fly in his ointment is the fact the Literature professor despises him-not just his work, but also his attitude as well as his music-stating they have nothing in common. Max is determined to prove they do have something in common, something besides a hotter than heck sexual attraction.

     Just when he thinks he is making some headway, Drew comes under personal attack by an unknown assailant. Max wonders if he's the reason Drew is in danger. Drew is certain that an old boyfriend is stalking her but when the evidence points in a different direction, she doesn't know what to think.

      Ms. Fisher hooked me from the start with a plot that made me keep reading. A delightful mystery with sensual sex, hand-clapping emotions and you'll never guess who did it ending.