The Way He Moves
Harlequin Mediterranean, May 2008, $5.50
Argentinean publisher Serena d'Andrea decides a Rhythm Dancers’ cruise is just the ticket for her to forget her former lover, diplomat Marc LeClair. However, on board the Alexandra's Dream, Serena meets Gilles Anderson, who could be Marc’s identical twin; he insists he is not when she confronts him.
Serena finds a moon pendant that allegedly brings one’s true love to the person wearing it. However, she thinks her charm brings nothing but bad luck as someone threatens Serena’s life; fearing for the woman he loves, Gilles wonders if there is a connection between the threats to Serena and those he endured at his last post as Marc LeClair in Argentina.
Although there is too much distracting going on even for a cruise ship, THE WAY HE MOVES is an entertaining romantic suspense that makes for a fine finish to an entertaining mostly at sea contemporary miniseries. The story line is fun to follow as Marc struggles with his lies to the woman he loves while Serena knows the way Gilles kisses intimately. Fans will enjoy the last stop of the Alexandra’s Dream as Marcia King-Gamble provides a delightful wrap up.