It was a funny book, but not really a believable plot line.
When she's in the store and throwing everything in her cart that could possibly make her look bad and then his response when he's teasing her about it.
Yeah, it had funny parts and moments...
The whole thing. Loved when her friend asked to go over the numbers in front of him, and then later when he asked her for the leopold file.
the work picnic
The work picnic
ABSOLUTELY. Read it in one sitting in college, and listened to it in one sitting several times since.
Need more books like this!!!!
more plot twists, more "hold your breath to see how it works out" moments...
this is my first book by this author....
this is my first book by this performer...
not without more drama and suspense...
Umm... not sure beyond just not writing it.
Not really. It's a story of a strong girl who allows herself to be controlled by a broken boy. I see that every day at a women's shelter... I don't want to read about it too.
Yes, already have listened to it twice now.
50 acres and a poodle.
Intonation and personalization.
I loved when she worked at the gun store, and in seeing how her view points changed. I loved how she described it so much that I actually stopped and wrote it down... Shooting a gun is like one big gorgeous sneeze. I love it. So true.
I want to see more by this author. I read 50 acres and a poodle in college and have been looking for it on audio ever since. JML is a great and fantastic author who puts heart and mind and soul (and a healthy, healthy dose of humor) into her stories and writings. You simply cannot have too many of her books to offer.
Yes, I have listened to it at least twice now. I love how it's the story of a meek girl finding herself, and love viper.
50 acres and a poodle
I've got your number
When in doubt add butter
Busy woman seeks wife
When he pulls up on the motorcycle and says "sup?" Too great of a response!!!
Yes, I loved it and loved how the main characters didn't know each other but still interacted in meaningful ways.
When she's sitting in front of his door, trying to call her client.
When she knocks over the water on the note, and he hands her a landscapers? card in the grocery store.
yes. absolutely. I've actually listened to it several times now.
Great book, good job, can't wait for more...
maybe anyone who can't do a simple google search on their own. I thought it would be a teaching book, but instead it's hundreds of examples of people who have done things the author likes. It's like having someone read you the encyclopedia... not really teaching you, just saying "here's a whole lot of people who did it" before you.
nothing by this author.
I guess if you want to be entertained by a list of people who are successful, but not really taught anything...
I thought we could return books we didn't like. I was planning on returning this one. Where is that feature?
absolutely, have already listened to it a few times.
Not really any different characters to remember, I like the way it was written so genuinely, it's like being in a room with a best friend and just chatting and sharing ideas. Sitting at the feet of wisdom so to speak.
too many to count, and continuing to grow as I keep listening to it over and over.
When's the next book, I'll buy anything he writes (they write) ...
fewer use of f*ck and god damn.
it was funny and real in a world where everyone is afraid to speak their minds for fear of repercussions by whiny people who are too uptight to laugh at their own selves.
It was great...
Just the prolific amount of cussing.
Would have been just as funny without so much use of f*ck and god damn.
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