Dark Sunlight

Dark Sunlight Brash brazen hard hitting journalist Maggie Howard didn t do soft stories so her resentment was already high when she was assigned to do a feature article on famed equestrian Felipe de Santis And th

  • Title: Dark Sunlight
  • Author: Patricia Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780373116447
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Brash, brazen, hard hitting journalist Maggie Howard didn t do soft stories so her resentment was already high when she was assigned to do a feature article on famed equestrian Felipe de Santis And then she met Felipe, and immediately two forceful personalities clashed, arrogance and pride met blow for blow But it wasn t until Felipe accused her of being afraid to be a wBrash, brazen, hard hitting journalist Maggie Howard didn t do soft stories so her resentment was already high when she was assigned to do a feature article on famed equestrian Felipe de Santis And then she met Felipe, and immediately two forceful personalities clashed, arrogance and pride met blow for blow But it wasn t until Felipe accused her of being afraid to be a woman that Maggie knew this time the outcome of her story was completely beyond her control

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    1 thought on “Dark Sunlight”

    1. This one will be memorable for two things. One, a lovely Spanish travelogue that takes us from the remote,imposing mountains of Andalusia to the glittering, medieval splendor of the Alhambra castle in Granada. Two, the most incomprehensible, implausible, plot contrivance EVEN by HPlandia standards.Our h is a fierce, English journalist known for covering war-torn countries. However, her editor assigns her a "soft" story, covering the H, a reclusive, wealthy, Spanish aristocrat known international [...]

    2. Hard hitting investigatory journalist Maggie (who doesn't care how many friends she loses or people she leaves dead and bloodied along the way, to misquote Derek Zoolander) is ordered to go do a fluff piece on some Spanish horsey aristo. She don't want to! Sure, she likes Spain and weeks on end in a hacienda in a hidden valley with a guy she saw ride on TV when she was little and she had a tiny crush sounds lovely, but Maggie's investigatory!Also, she just right now met the Spanish aristo when h [...]

    3. Good, but not one of my favorites by PW. But then again…the whole "Postcards from Europe" series, just hasn't worked for me. For some reason, I find the books to be very watered down versions of what the authors normally write. Not sure why that is.

    4. A book where there is an ongoing interest to carry on reading. What happened to the count Felipe de Santis, apart from his father decease, to make him live retired in a cortijo in the “serranía” of Andalusia? Visiting journalist Maggie Howard and her accompanying photographer Mitch discover it little by little. Maggie has the fortune to get on well from the beginning with Ana, Felipe’s blind sister. And Mitch also shows his best caring side for Ana that also soon develops to love. So thei [...]

    5. Maggie is a determined journalist who writes political articles so she was unimpressed when her boss ordered her to travel to Spain and find the hidden secrets of Count Felipe de Santis. She's tough lady, but was challenged by this mission.A beautiful story to read in a rainy day to relax and enjoy some warmth.

    6. I'd read this book when I was in school and had loved it. I could imagine Andalusia; mountains, coasts, sherry and pie but most of all-- a tall, dark stranger that could hitch your breath in your throat.

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