Jane thinks nothing can make her lose her coolBut the princess of propriety blows a gasket the night she meets the contractor restoring the Wolcott mansion. Devlin Kavanagh's rugged sex appeal may buckle her knees, but the man is out of control! Jane had to deal with theatrics growing up—she... show more
Jane thinks nothing can make her lose her coolBut the princess of propriety blows a gasket the night she meets the contractor restoring the Wolcott mansion. Devlin Kavanagh's rugged sex appeal may buckle her knees, but the man is out of control! Jane had to deal with theatrics growing up—she won't tolerate them in someone hired to work on the house she and her two best friends have just inherited.Dev could renovate the mansion in his sleep. But ever since the prissy owner spotted him jet-lagged, exhausted and hit hard by a couple of welcome-home drinks, she's been on his case. Yet there's something about her. Jane hides behind conservative clothes and a frosty manner, but her seductive blue eyes and leopard-print heels hint at a woman just dying to cut loose!
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 1st 2008
Publisher: HQN Books
Pages no: 379
Edition language: English
, Category Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Sisterhood Diaries (#1)
Cutting Loose by Susan AndersenJane Kerplinski and her 2 friends, Poppy and Ava inherit the mansion museum and run into some problems with the contractor.Agnes Walkett appreciated the girls paying attention to her at the event a few nights ago. Usually teens did not go out of their way to talk to el...
I absolutely fell in love with Dev. He was such a good guy even if he had a misguided sense of staying single. I felt bad for Jane, her parents were awful. I really like Ava and Poppy, I can’t wait to get to their stories as well. :)I listened to this on audio but I didn’t really like the narrat...
Susan Andersen is one of my chick-lit author faves! This book was jumping! to be succinct. I literally read from start to finish it in one setting. Highly recommend! A+