THE SILKEN WEB by Sandra Brown

THE SILKEN WEB

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A first hardcover of a novel that was available for a short time ten years ago--published then, as Brown (French Silk, p. 267, etc.) tells us, under the pseudonym of Laura Jordan. Why a reissue? ""After rereading The Silken Web,"" the author herself ""found it so compelling that she decided to update the novel stylistically""--i.e., to revise it for ""today's market."" The story follows the loves and perils of nature-loving Kathleen, who, at the start, has given up her high-stress--plus sexually harassing--job as a fashion buyer in Atlanta to work as a counselor at a summer camp for orphans. The love interest/complication appears soon enough--here, in the form of ""blond hunk"" photographer Erik Gudjonsen. The result is totally predictable--as is the course of this novel in which ""none of the romance and sensuality that characterized [the] earlier work has been sacrificed.

Pub Date: Oct. 9th, 1992
Page count: 304pp
Publisher: Warner