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Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places Mass Market Paperback – June 1, 2005

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A great, encompassing read. -- Robin Taylor, RT Bookclub, 4 Stars!

Once again, Deirdre Savoy has entertained readers with her stunning story-telling skills. -- Pamela Bolden, RAWSISTAZ.com, 4 Stars!
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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Kimani (June 1, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1583146253
  • ISBN-13: 978-1583146255
  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 0.8 x 6.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,201,566 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Liza Morrow thought her bad streak had come to an end. What more could she ask for after losing her job, her fiancé and finding out that Jim, the man she met in Florida a year ago, is James Fitzgerald the brother of Eamon her best friend's new husband. When she is awakened from her peaceful sleep to the smell of smoke, the only thing on her mind is getting out of her apartment to safety. Knowing full well she will have to find other accommodations and thinking that Jim has returned home, she decides to stay at the newlywed's apartment while they are on their honeymoon. She soon finds out she's not the only occupant.

Jim is at a loss when he discovers Liza, who he's tried to find for the past year, was right under his nose. Since the night the two threw caution to the wind and came together in a no-holds-barred sexual coupling, he has been unable to forget her. Jim considered himself a love'em and leave'em kind of guy, so never in his wildest dreams did he imagine he would fall head over hills for Liza. The only problem he will face is keeping her from finding out he's madly in love with her. When a haunting issue from Liza's past surfaces, Jim constantly finds himself coming to her rescue.

Once again, Deirdre Savoy has entertained readers with her stunning story-telling skills. The storyline is well-written and full of characters you will come to love and some you will hate. Although this novel is filled with a lot of suspense, the romance between Liza and Jim stands at the forefront. LOOKING FOR LOVE IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES will be enjoyed by readers for years to come.

Reviewed by Pamela Bolden

of The RAWSISTAZ™ Reviewers
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I'll probably try again later to read it but I wasn't really intrigued by liza and jim's story in could it be magic. so I wasn't too thrilled to have their story in my possession.... it's just not my flavor... I don't know why but I don't think I meant to be a deirdre savoy fan...
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In the sequel to "Could it be Magic", we find Liza Morrow, a women that has had her share of problems. Liza is determined to get her life back on track. Her first step is to find her real father. Jim Fitzgerald is the handsome stranger Liza had a one night stand with, and he may be the man that holds the answers to all of her questions, but first she has to open her eyes and realize that sometimes the things that are best for you are right in front of your face, if only you will open your eyes to see them. This book is full of twist and turns. It was very well written and it won't disappoint.
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I hate the name Jim it just doesn't ring any sexy bells with me...but other than that the book was excellent. Ms. Savoy has a talent at making you wonder what will happen next. The beginning was a complete shock with the whole pool scene, honestly who swims naked? But then again if I had a man like Jim watching I may consider it. Like a hermit that finally finds something worth coming out of the shell Jim blossoms. I loved that she made him want more from himself. It just didn't sit right with me that he let his family believe the worst of him when all he had been doing for so long is protecting himself from caring about another individual.It wasn't hard to see why she fell for him.

Besides the romance, which is a large part of the book, was this underlining of drama. There was the marriage between Liza and Ryan that didn't happen, the marriage of Jake and Eamon (I struggled to remember Jake is a female in this story) and the search for Liza's father, which turned out to be the biggest drama of all. The story has so many twists and turns and keeps you guessing all the way to the end because as romances go this just didn't end the way I thought it was going to. When she planned to leave I just knew that he would come back and stop her. But it turns out she never made it that far and you will not believe what happened when she didn't make that flight!! And the father figure for Liza is just as crazy a story....This book was good. Another stellar delivery by Ms. Savoy.
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