A fiú a házból (Fiú 1.)
Publish date: 2003
Pages no: 362
Edition language: Hungarian
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Boy (#1)
Quick and light, addictive, but not heavy on substance. A bit dated as well, which is odd-I'd think 2009 wouldn't feel quite that way.
28 Apr 200522 Apr 2016Humorous mystery/romance? I believe Compromising Positions was the first one I adored. It's a great combination, and I enjoy what Cabot does with it.Yet another entry in the mother/daughter Cabot readathon.Library copy
This book was funny but seems a bit dated. I'm sure even parents know how to use email now. However, it was very hard to put down and I finished it in one day. I really liked the characters. Unfortunately, the second and third books in this series are about different people but i'll probably read th...
Meine Meinung: Erstmal muss ich sagen das ich mittlerweile Meg Cabot wirklich gerne als Autorin habe und Sie dadurch sehr gerne weiter im Regal stehen hab. Was ich aber an diesem Buch auch wunderbar finde ist das es mich so sehr an mein Lieblingsbuch von Cecelia Ahren erinnert. Denn diese Buch ist ...
Mel Fuller is a gossip columnist and lives in an apartment in New York city. One day, she found her 82-year-old neighbor nearly murdered in the elderly's living room. She walks the neighbor's dog and feed the two cats during her hospitalization. She then meets the said nephew, Max Friedlander. She b...
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