Easy, if you've got a big ego, a 1957 T-Bird, and prefer cruising the highways for girls. Still, Bobby can't get Gracie, an angel, out of his mind. Why not head to Heaven, raise a little hell, and let Gracie look out for the consequences?
©1995 Susan Elizabeth Phillips; (P)1996 Books on Tape
"Susan Elizabeth Phillips triumphs once again." (Romantic Times)
"Susan Elizabeth Phillips makes you laugh, cry...makes you feel good." (Jayne Ann Krentz)
You love Bobby Tom in "It had to be you" and you continue the love affair in this book. I still laugh when thinking about the pediatrist!! SEP writes such great endings and I loved the end of this book.
I have all of Ms. Phillips books, I can truthfully say, I have not heard a bad one. The twists and turns hit you like a ton of bricks. The narration is also excellent
the feeling that voice of Bobby Tom was actually Reba Mcentire.
It was a good read though...wished it had been more centered around football.
I am a middle school reading teacher who loves to show students the wonder and joy of reading.
Great story. I liked the characters and the narrator is fantastic.
I waited quite awhile to purchase this book because I didn't like the sample and I really didn't expect to enjoy. Maybe because I am from the same region I really enjoyed this story. I have listened to it several times and recommend it. I just wish the narrator would find out how Texans say pecans.
I've read all SEP books and LOVE this reader. After you get past the ugly duckling aspect and fact that the hero at one point even refers to the heroine as a mercy f**k, the heroine becomes more interesting and the story becomes very enjoyable.
Good read, don’t want to put it down, but plot reminiscent of other Phillips books.
Protagonist is a washed up pro quarterback Bobby Denton looking for a new career. (not unlike Cal Bonner in Nobody's Baby But Mine) who falls in love with a woman who is not his type on a car trip. (Not unlike Natural Born Charmer).He has an attractive single mother Sue (Not unlike Natural Born Charmer). Sue ends up falling for the town’s most hated person. (Aint she sweet is centered on a similar character.)
Even with the recycled plot, the book was worth the listen, Anna Fields is a narrator at home in contemporary romance as non fiction.
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