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Private Entrance

Narrated by: Laura Jennings
Length: 11 hrs and 24 mins
Categories: Erotica, Fiction
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Summary

Abby Tyler is a woman on a mission. For more than 30 years, Abby has been desperately searching for her child - an infant stolen at birth before she even had a chance to see it. To locate her child and end years of heartache, Abby formulates a plan that will bring her face to face with a past she has tried to forget.

Elsewhere, three strangers receive word that they've each won a contest that, oddly, they don't recall entering. None of them is prepared for the luxurious and erotic prize that awaits them - a week at The Grove, an exclusive anything-goes, no-questions-asked resort in the Southern California desert.

Amid the glamour of movie stars and the super-rich, the three strangers - Coco, Sissy, and Ophelia - find themselves embroiled in a baffling mystery involving the reclusive spa owner, Abby Tyler. As a deadly sandstorm approaches the resort, a murderer stalks the trapped guests. Someone will die, someone will find love, and all three women will come to astonishing realizations about themselves.

©2005 Barbara Wood (P)2015 Cherry Hill Publishing, LLC

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"Joan Collins could learn a thing or two from Kathryn Harvey." ( Chicago Tribune)

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  • Cheryl
  • 27-02-18

Confusing

There were too many characters and you never know when they have switched characters until the reader said something memorable about the character. That's why I said confusing