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What I Did for Love - Susan Elizabeth Phillips
What I Did for Love
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“Writing with both sharp wit and terrific emotional warmth, Phillips delivers another of her supremely satisfying contemporary romances.”—Chicago Tribune Perennial New York Times bestselling author Susan Elizabeth Phillips is easily one of the most beloved authors of women’s fiction in... show more
“Writing with both sharp wit and terrific emotional warmth, Phillips delivers another of her supremely satisfying contemporary romances.”—Chicago Tribune Perennial New York Times bestselling author Susan Elizabeth Phillips is easily one of the most beloved authors of women’s fiction in America—and with her wonderfully witty What I Did for Love, she works her magic once again. Turning her satirical eye on Hollywood and the messy love triangles of its major superstars (think Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt, and Angelina Jolie), the incomparable Susan delivers a treasure of a romantic comedy that the Detroit Free Press calls “a laugh-out-loud tale,” and Publishers Weekly calls a “massively entertaining romp.” Read What I Did for Love and discover why Susan Elizabeth Phillips has won more Favorite Book of the Year Awards from the Romance Writers of America than any other author, including Nora Roberts.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780061351518 (0061351512)
ASIN: 0061351512
Publisher: Avon
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
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The Romance Reader
The Romance Reader rated it
1.0 Review of What I Did For Love by Susan Elizabeth Philips
Over the last few years I have heard a lot of good things about SEP and so when I saw What I Did for Love (henceforth known as WIDFL mostly because I don’t want to keep writing the entire title out) at my local library last week I decided I would give her a try. Never have I ever regretting startin...
Bookish Shenanigans
Bookish Shenanigans rated it
3.0
Some laugh out loud turns of phrase and an interesting set of secondary characters. I just couldn't care much about Georgie, to be honest. Decent book overall with good writing (as I've come to expect from SEP), but nothing that makes it stand out from the oodles of other contemporaries out there.
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