- Author:Jennifer Crusie
- Publisher:St. Martin's Griffin; Reprint edition (March 29, 2011)
- Pages:464 pages
- Subcategory:Women's Fiction
- FB2 format1208 kb
- ePUB format1333 kb
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TITLE: Faking It. AUTHOR: Crusie, Jennifer. Welcome to Temptation. Crazy For You. Tell Me Lies. Faking It. Jennifer Crusie. St. Martin’s Paperbacks.
TITLE: Faking It. love and deception have a lot in common. Meet the Goodnights, a respectable family who run a respectable art gallery-and have for generations. for her magnificent novels
Faking Faking It was the first book I ever read by Jennifer Crusie and is the reason I went to read every other book . After reading Agnes and the Hitman by Jennifer Crusie I was excited that I had found another splendid writer of the genre.
Faking Faking It was the first book I ever read by Jennifer Crusie and is the reason I went to read every other book she has ever written. The story is one part romance novel, one part action adventure and is liberally sprinkled with humor, musical references, art and movie quotes. Then I read The Cinderella Deal and my hopes went down a little.
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Sandy’s got us on the ten o’clock direct flight on Sunday, he said briskly. That’ll give you time to see Sophie, and me time to say good-bye to Louise.
Sandy’s got us on the ten o’clock direct flight on Sunday, he said briskly. In fact, why don’t you go see Sophie now?
Oh, how I love a Jennifer Crusie book! So do my friends, as evidenced by the books disappearances from my. .As a whole, I like Fake it better. The story was nuts, it made me laugh quite a few times
Oh, how I love a Jennifer Crusie book! So do my friends, as evidenced by the books disappearances from my bookshelves. Пользовательский отзыв - SophieCale - LibraryThing. I liked Welcome to Temptation better as a romance. The story was nuts, it made me laugh quite a few times. I really think that Gwen and Ford need their own book.
Title: Faking It Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Author: Jenny Crusie ISBN 10: 0330489313.
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Jennifer Crusie (born 1949) is a pseudonym for Jennifer Smith, a bestselling and award winning author of contemporary romance novels. She has written more than twenty novels, which have been published in 20 countries. Crusie was born as Jennifer Smith in Wapakoneta, Ohio to Jack and JoAnn Smith. She chose to honor her maternal grandmother by writing under her grandmother's maiden name, Crusie. Crusie has spent much of her life living and working in Ohio. She now resides in New Jersey. 395 printed pages. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
Meet the Goodnights, a respectable family who run a respectable art gallery-and have for generations.
Meet the Goodnights, a respectable family who run a respectable art gallery―and have for generations. There's Gwen, the matriarch, who likes to escape reality; Eve, the oldest daughter, who has a slight identity problem (she has two); Nadine, the granddaughter, who's ready to follow in the family footsteps as soon as she can find a set that isn't leading off a cliff. And last, Matilda, the youngest daughter, who has inherited the secret locked down in the basement of the Goodnight Gallery, a secret she's willing to do almost anything to keep, even break into a house in the dead of night to steal back her past.
Meet the Dempseys, or at least meet Davy, a reformed con man who's just been ripped off for a cool three million by his financial manager, who then gallantly turned it over to Clea Lewis, the most beautiful sociopath Davy ever slept with. Davy wants the money back, but more than that, he'll do anything to keep Clea from winning, including break into her house in the dead of night to steal back his future.
One collision in a closet later, Tilda and Davy reluctantly join forces to combat Clea, suspicious art collectors, a disgruntled heir, and an exasperated hit man, all the while coping with a mutant dachshund, a jukebox stuck in the sixties, questionable sex, and the growing realization that they can't turn their backs on the people they were meant to be . . . or the people they were born to love.