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Product Details

  • Series: Avon Light Contemporary Romances
  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Avon; Reprint edition (May 1, 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0380795116
  • ISBN-13: 978-0380795116
  • Product Dimensions: 1.1 x 4.1 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #737,987 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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In this wild, road-trip romance, with dialogue as uninhibited as its sex scenes, handsome bail enforcer Sam McKade mistakes teacher Catherine MacPherson for her twin sister Kaylee, who's wanted for auto theft. Intending to haul her back to justice, Sam embarks with Catherine on a bus trip from Seattle to Miami. Using every trick to slow him down, Catherine finds herself becoming as hot to trot as her showgirl sister. Meanwhile, there's a dumb but dangerous hit man after them. Wacky and wonderful. --Ellen Edwards

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"Sexy, suspenseful, funny ... a fabulous story." -- -- Stella Cameron, author of The Best Revenge

More About the Author

Susan Andersen writes contemporary romantic suspense peopled with hot, edgy men and the women who tame them. She's also known for her sassy, sexy, often humorous novels of opposites attract. Her books have spent many weeks on the USAToday and New York Times bestseller lists, and have twice been included in RWA's Top Ten Favorite Books of the Year. the proud mother of a grown son, she's a native of the Pacific Northwest, where she lives with her husband and two cats.

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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Tina Engler Keen on June 8, 2000
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Between this book and "Be My Baby", Andersen has gone on my automatic buy list. There are very few writers who can pen a hero as well as Andersen. In fact, only Susan Elizabeth Phillips and Linda Howard come to mind.
I was shocked to see some of the bad reviews this book took on this site. "Baby I'm Yours" is a fresh, innovative, sexy, hilarious, light-hearted romantic comedy. If you like to laugh, and if you enjoy reading about feisty, quirky heroines who bring strong, primal males to heel, then this is the book to purchase.
There's nothing quite as nice for a reading enthusiast as finding an author who can make you smile.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Jeanine on April 25, 2000
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I've never read anything by Susan Anderson before, but if "Baby I'm Yours" is an indicator of how she writes, I'll be snapping up all of her books without a second thought. I especially like the cover art on her books. They are snappy and sharp and suit her writing style. I like how Anderson situates normal people like Catherine MacPherson and Sam McKade into her novels and bases her story not on an overly fantastic plot, but more a journey of two people who fall in love. I find that a lot of romance novels get caught up in the setting, regency England, for example and the history of the period and completely lose the characters. Without giving away too much of the novel, this is a writer not to be missed!
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By D. Lee on February 5, 1999
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While "Baby, I'm Yours" is entertaining enough to hold a reader's attention, there are some passages that appear to have been constructed using a "Guide for Writing Romance". It is absurd for the author to expect us to believe that when a man enters a woman's home and threatens her with a gun, she's going to notice "his strength", yet "Baby, I'm Yours" is full of scenarios in which Catherine, the heroine, notices Sam's physical attributes and inner appeal when she would really be trying to escape his clutches. Yes, this is a romance novel. Yes, we expect conflict and tension between our couple. But in this book, the attraction these two characters feel for one another pops up in places where it should not, giving the book a contrived sense about it. Also, at one point, Catherine has a chance to flee from Sam and just like they must teach in Romance 101 classes, she becomes a silly female and remains stuck in her predicament. The worst we have to face is Catherine's ludicrous request that Sam shoot a spider with the little bit of ammunition they have. Again, we are to find it "precious" that she wants protection from a spider in any old, silly, aren't-I-just-vulnerable?, female way she can get it. There is no depth of character, Sam is an unattractive, bratty male, and her subplots (Kaylee and Bobby; Gary back in Florida) are so much better-woven than the main plot, that one is left starving for those characters to creep back up and take over from the boredom that Catherine and Sam provide. In short, the story is too skeletal: The author hits on all of the Romance 101 keys but leaves us wanting a story we can sink our teeth into.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Amber on January 11, 2002
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This was my very first Susan Anderson novel and I was REALLY impressed. This book was so easy to read, so enjoyable. The main character is Catherine MacPherson, who is mistaken for her twin sister Kaylee. Kaylee has skipped bail, and Sam McCade is the penny pinching bail enforcer (aka "bail boy" or "bounty hunter") who has come to claim her. Sam takes Catherine on a wild and sometimes dangerous but always hilarious journey from Seattle to Miami. At first, Catherine is outraged and does everything she can to foil Sam's mission, but as feelings grow between her and Sam she finds a different part of herself - the spontaneous and carefree side of her personality that she has kept inside until now. Meanwhile, her twin sister Kaylee, who is the exact opposite, is finding the part of herself which is honorable and sensible.
Wow, the romance and the hot sex scenes alone make this a book you just can't put down. The subplots and the humor make it irresistable. Kaylee's character kind of annoyed me at first, but then I found myself grudgingly liking her. My favorite line is in the epilogue where Kaylee is comparing men to well laid kitchen floors .... Loved it! I would definitely recommend this book, and I can't wait to read more by Susan Anderson.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 30, 2000
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I bought "Baby I'm Yours" after reading "Be My Baby," and I was a little disappointed.
There are some cute situations in BIY, and I like it that Catherine's rotten sister eventually found a few redeeming qualities, but I had a hard time sympathizing with a twin who would knowingly let her sister take the fall for a crime.
The "hero" is a jerk and a half, and it's difficult to believe the two will live happily ever after in a world full of other opportunities.
I think the whole sign-language-thing could have been developed better, and it came off looking like a device instead of a bonafide plot twist.
Regardless, it was interesting to see how Ms. Andersen has grown in writing talent since BIY, and I look forward to reading her next book.
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