Be careful what you wish for.... On her thirty-fourth birthday, Daisy Minor decides to make over her entire life. The small-town librarian has had it with her boring clothes, her ordinary looks, and nearly a decade without so much as a date. It's time to get a life -- and a sex life. The... show more
Be careful what you wish for.... On her thirty-fourth birthday, Daisy Minor decides to make over her entire life. The small-town librarian has had it with her boring clothes, her ordinary looks, and nearly a decade without so much as a date. It's time to get a life -- and a sex life. The perennial good girl, Daisy transforms herself into a party girl extraordinaire -- dancing the night away at clubs, laughing and flirting with abandon -- and she's declared open season for manhunting. But her free-spirited fun turns to shattering danger when she witnesses something she shouldn't -- and becomes the target of a killer. Now, before she can meet the one man who can share her life, first she may need him to save it.
Publish date: June 1st 2002
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 337
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Mystery Thriller
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Romantic Suspense
This had to be one of the funniest books by Linda Howard that I have ever read. If you have read this, you know what scenes I may mean, (flavored/colored condoms, puce…) and if you haven’t read this yet you really have something to look forward to! This is a book that I re-read at least once a year...
This book was really good except for a couple of roll your eyes moments. When a woman from Mexico is brought to the US she's amazed by this brush for your teeth and soap that is for your hair only. Give me a break, she isn't from a lost tribe in South America, she's Mexican. She's heard of toothb...
DNF at 59%.This book could have been SO MUCH BETTER if not for the boring and uninteresting heroine, Daisy! The first half of the book was utterly boring and I kept reading only because of Jack. I liked those moments when he was on the pages and I thought everything would be better when these two go...
There isn't much more to say than what this picture will cover because the word "condom" was used a couple dozen times in this book.There were seventy-two condoms purchased in the production of this story. Maybe she needed to warn Chief Russo to keep a close eye on aisle five at Clud's Pharmacy, b...