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To All A Good Night Mass Market Paperback – October 1, 2009
"Neverworld Wake" by Marisha Pessl
Read the absorbing new psychological suspense thriller from acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Marisha Pessl. Pre-order today
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About the Author
Donna Kauffman is the USA Today bestselling author of chick lit, paranormal romance, and sexy romance. Beverly Brandt writes chick lit and women's fiction, as well as romantic adventure under a psuedonym. Alesia Holliday is the author of American Idle and Nice Girls Finish First, and she writes young adult novels under a pseudonym. Erin McCarthy is the USA Today bestselling author of Bad Boys Online, Smart Mouth, and A Date With the Other Side.
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Finding Mr. Right by Jill Shalvis was the best of the three stories. The characters are believable and while I usually don't like stories that have characters that have a past, these two were never involved until now so it was quite enjoyable to see how they interact.
Can You Hand Me The Tape by HelenKay Dimon started out well and went luke warm quickly. The main characters were not suppose to like each other and that did not come across at all. Her other books and short stories have been excellent at the character animosity so I don't know what happened with these two. The character of Charlie was the best of them all as he was a jerk from beginning to end and you really did dislike him as was intended. The fact that he got what he wanted in the end was not what I had expected. While it is a nice story it fell flat.
The first story felt like it wasleading up to another story. It left questions unanwsered. The two main characters were believeable, but not very round. I wanted to know more, but did not get it.
The second story was my favorite. I could just imagine what Maggie was going through, and it was great.
The third story was interesting. The animosity that was to be there well was not. So when the characters got together is was not as much of a suprise. But the Charlie character was great, you really did dislike him.
It was fun and sexy. A great quick read.
I didn't care for the other two stories much at all though.
by Donna Kauffman
I’m a whole bag of mixed thoughts on this one. The only other time I read this author was another compilation with Jill Shalvis, Men of Courage. I really enjoyed her story in that book. While I love the concept of this story, there was something missing for me. I think it may have been a case of telling and not showing. Plus, we are told too many times how NOT extraordinary the heroine, Emma, is in her looks. It got annoying. I did like the characters as a whole so was disappointed I didn’t feel their heat. ~ 2.5 stars
Finding Mr. Right
So, I initially picked up this book to read this particular story. I thought the name sounded familiar but didn’t do my research. Turns out I’ve read this story in the compilation Merry and Bright a little more than a year ago. I didn’t re-read it since I have so many books on loan right now I need to get to. Just know that as soon as I started reading it I knew I had already done so and I remember really enjoying the tale. Here’s my review from a year ago on this story:
I love, love, loved Maggie and her word vomit. She cracked me up. And Jacob was wonderful. Maggie might have felt awkward and nervous around him at first, but not because of anything he did. He found the quirks that bothered her about herself cute and endearing. The whole mystery/sci-fi aspect of her work has me a bit torn. It was interesting, but a somewhat over the top. Yet I feel like that’s what the author was going for here.
~ 4 stars
Can You Hand Me the Tape?
Helen Kay Dimon
Goodness, this story had my stomach in a big whirl of warm-fuzzies. I love how Spence and Natalie totally misjudged each other through the years they knew each other on a professional level. Respected each other, yes. But didn’t necessarily like each other. Until they truly got to know each other and let go of all of their preconceived notions. The author also did a wonderful job of portraying Natalie’s insecurities while giving the reader the true sense of the male perspective when it comes to women’s bodies. Oh, I know a hot, tight, curvy body will turn their heads and even be the subject of fantasies. But men don’t nitpick apart a woman’s body (in most cases) the way a woman will do to herself. I really loved the chemistry and overall lesson in this story. ~ 5 stars
The average rating is 3.8 so I will round that up to 4 stars. I’m thinking I need to look into Helen Kay Dimon as I thoroughly enjoyed her story in this compilation the most.
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