One night, Molly's penchant for running into trouble runs her right into Kevin himself, turning her world upside down. Heartbreak follows, and just when she's certain things can't get worse, Kevin forces his way back into her life. She and Kevin battle their attraction while trying to cope with an aging sexpot actress and a pair of teenage newlyweds.
Their careers and lives are in crisis, yet they can't seem to stay away from each other. Sometimes falling in love hurts; sometimes it makes you mad as hell. And sometimes, if you're very lucky, it can heal in a most special and unexpected way.
©2001 Susan Elizabeth Phillips; (P)2001 HarperCollins Publishers
"Pure up-to-the-minute entertainment." (Publishers Weekly)
"Susan Elizabeth Phillips writes a story that wraps around your heart and doesn't let go." (Oakland Press)
The first part of this book is just terrible. Who can believe any of it? Thankfully the hot stuff is good enough to get the reader to the end. Plus, narration is great.
I loved this book. Molly is quirky, awkward, and simply irresistible. The narrator does a fantastic job reading this book.
Yet another fantastic SEP book! I cannot get enough of her books!! Great narrator, and I love the fact that you know the family from other books!!
I'd forgotten how charming and funny Kevin and Molly are since it's been a few years since I first read the book. This is a fitting end to the Stars books which are all wonderful, although HEAVEN TEXAS remains my favorite.
Sad to think that we won't hear Anna Fields again.
This is Molly's story (first introduced in It Had to Be You.) Just like the last story I was laughing out loud. There were a few parts that could have been better written (like the romance between Kevin's real mother Lillian and Burt) but I still enjoyed it. Just love the narration by Anna Fields.
I've read a few books from this author and I must say this is my least favorite. Could not like either of the main characters although I had loved this series. Seriously turned off about the whole way it started with Molly. I didn't read these in order but I had grown to love the story and all the characters in Nobody's baby but mine despite the fact that this lady totally stole sperm to get pregnant and now in this story practically started with rape! The female character was too cofusing and all over the map. The narration was good as usual - however I think at points I could't tell who was talking and since main charaters from previous books appeared often in this one - I was getting all the voices mixed up.
Favorite of this series: Natural Born Charmer. Brilliant and witty dialogues!
Funny, sad, entertaining
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