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salythereader rated it 8 years ago
I didn't enjoy this book much though it could have been good it was just so dry, yes that is the word for it. The heroine Dee is sarcastic 90% of the time and I don't mind sarcasm and use it a lot but too much of it is irritating. The hero finds her on the street begging, she's homeless and almost 1...
EeeJay rated it 8 years ago
AF? How could you? I mean I know you for your light hearted bantering and lovely wit and here you are, making me feel lucky that I didn't read this book first.So: Let's get started...a)I'm sorry, I didn't buy the H's angst and he just seemed like a #$%^&&*( to me through out the story for condemnin...
Melanie rated it 8 years ago
Although I was not tempted to dnf it, it was a rather dreary story. I felt no real connection with either the H or h. The hero was a beta type, but sleeping with a student is a big no-no (even if he was only filling in for his father). May try one or two more by this author, but I don't think she...
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Romance Books Reviews & Treats rated it 8 years ago
Rock-star heroine is on the run from the press who's clamoring about the recent accidental deaths of her 2 fellow band members. She takes refuge in home of staid & arrogant but attractive doctor, who is also the former stepfather of 1 of her deceased bandmates. She evades his questions about the tr...
EeeJay rated it 8 years ago
Rating: 4.5Is this a harlequin book for real? Could have fooled me for being a full length stand-alone novel. A quite successful one, too. It reads almost like Lisa Kleypas' Sugar Daddy. I am not joking. Very retrospective and sometimes pensive in tone. In fact, it'd be a first class selection for a...
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