Call Me Irresistible
The funniest love story of the year, Call Me Irresistible is the book Susan Elizabeth Phillips fans have been craving. The beloved New York Times bestselling author returns with a delightfully sassy, sexy, and downright irresistible tale of true love Texas style.Ted Beaudine, one of Phillips’s... show more
The funniest love story of the year, Call Me Irresistible is the book Susan Elizabeth Phillips fans have been craving. The beloved New York Times bestselling author returns with a delightfully sassy, sexy, and downright irresistible tale of true love Texas style.Ted Beaudine, one of Phillips’s most charming characters (the adolescent heartbreaker from her hilarious debut, Fancy Pants, and the new college graduate from Lady Be Good) is now all grown up and in a heap of romantic trouble all his own—in a perfectly marvelous contemporary romance that fans of Emily Giffin, Kristen Hannah, and Elin Hilderbrand will simply adore.
Publish date: March 27th 2012
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Wynette, Texas (#6)
25/8 - Well, my first impression of Ted (not a fan of the name, though it does go with the image I have of him) Beaudine isn't a good one. While Meg was describing him the first thought that popped into my head was of Warner Huntington III (Matt Davis) of Legally Blonde fame. He sounds like one...
This has been on my tbr for over a year and I wonder why I've not read it sooner. What a delight. I loved the small town craziness and depth in the cast of characters. Fantastic story telling plus we revisited with a few old favourites. An absolute gem and I rather adored Meg and Ted.
This one was pretty good. Call me entertained. :)Meg is at her best friend's wedding, and she realizes her best friend is making the hugest mistake of her life because her groom to be is a robot who doesn't really love her. She wakes up her best friend's eyes to reality, and next thing you know, the...
Well!!!This was some journey!And I absolutely loved it! I'm ashamed to say, that I truly forgot how wonderfully SEP can swing a story, with real life conflicts and good humor in it!The characters are always one of a kind! Full of life and their own quirks.Gotta love this woman for all the joy her bo...
I am completely surprised by how much I liked this book. Meg is an excellent heroine whose story about getting off her butt and making something of her life speaks to me, and not in my mother's voice which is something I'm very pleased about. Everything else in this book was pretty much golden (thou...