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Getting Rid Of Bradley - Jennifer Crusie
Getting Rid Of Bradley
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Lucy Savage's cheating husband, Bradley, stood her up in divorce court, and a bad dye job has left her hair green. On top of that, someone is now trying to kill her. Sexy cop Zach Warren is assigned to protect her and moves into her big Victorian house, making them both sleepless--and not just... show more
Lucy Savage's cheating husband, Bradley, stood her up in divorce court, and a bad dye job has left her hair green. On top of that, someone is now trying to kill her. Sexy cop Zach Warren is assigned to protect her and moves into her big Victorian house, making them both sleepless--and not just from things that go bump in the night!
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9781551668659 (1551668653)
Publisher: Mira
Pages no: 248
Edition language: English
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Tami
Tami rated it
4.0 This oscillated between great and meh.
Case in point, this quote: "There were never any women who looked to cook for men every day. There were only women who cooked for survival and pretended to like it. And now there are men who cook for survival. Like you. Think of this as survivalist training. Very macho." It had its moments. It...
Candlefox
Candlefox rated it
Ugh! The last time a book infuriated me this much was Gone Girl. I hate that book for nearly the same reasons as this. Characters are unlikable and ridiculous, Zach is a brat and Lucy is an obtuse naive idiot who somehow teaches physics. The plot is a hot mess of sloppy amateur writing and compl...
Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it
3.0 Light and Fluffy
I'm not by and large a fan of romance books--but I am a fan of Jennifer Crusie, in particular of her book "Bet Me"--an all-time favorite I rated five stars. This just doesn't rise to that level--not close. It's more the kind of book which I doubt I'll remember a year from now, while years after read...
Murder by Death
Murder by Death rated it
4.0 Getting Rid of Bradley
In the mood for the book form of a sitcom? You can't go wrong with Jennifer Crusie. Getting Rid of Bradley is about as far from reality as you can get without actually veering into Science Fiction or Fantasy. Lucy has just divorced Bradley after catching him in her house with a blonde. Zach is ...
mybookjournal
mybookjournal rated it
3.0 Getting Rid Of Bradly by Crusie
I really didn't have problem with Crusie's writing but the story was not good enough and characters here weren't any likable. Lucy, Zack and of course Bradley were are all too loud and too reckless for my type. But of course I enjoyed Crusie's quirky and witty dialogs one of the plus point of this b...
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