The Cabins resort is ripe with eligible bachelors, all rich, distinguished and ambitious - just her type. And they're dropping like flies around her...at least, that's how Jake Templeton views the situation. After he's stuck pulling her latest reject out of the swimming pool, Jake's convinced this femme fatale is trouble. Especially for him.
But can a man who's sworn off ambition for good and a woman hanging from the top of the corporate ladder find common ground in the unpredictable territory called the heart, where the word proposal takes on a very different meaning?
©2007 Jennifer Crusie; (P)2007 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I am a wife of 1, mother of 5, grandmother of 13, gt.grandmother of 2, manager of a senior apt. complex, AND an avid audio book listener!
I love all of Jennifer Crusie's books, but this one has to be my favorite. The way the characters interact with one another is so cute. I have listened to the book several times now. I thought the narrator was perfect. I cannot imagine reading the book and enjoying it as much as the audio version because of the narrator. A MUST BUY !!!
To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.
Sometimes you need pure fluff, and this is one of those stories. The ending was predictable, the journey was carefully crafted to keep it interesting. Very nice read, loveable characters. Except Valerie. LOL
This one has such a funny story. It is my go to story when I'm trying to keep from overspending on Audible.com. It has saved me some money because I never tire of this story.
After three attempts at a wedding with no successes, Kate makes a plan to find the perfect husband. She heads to Kentucky, to a resort that should be full of "Mr. Rights," but she keeps running into Mr. Wrong. Things just don't seem to go well for Kate and in particular, not well for her dates, much to Kate's chagrin.
This is such a delightful read, you won't be disappointed!
I realized today as I listened to this book why I enjoy Crusie so much. The truth is that I connect with her characters far easier and far deeper than with any other romance novelist. Which is probably why she's pretty much the only romance novelist I read. (Gabaldon doesn't count, her books are way too big to be considered pure romance.)
Anyway, I connected immediately with the main character, who was complicated, professional, had a sense of humor and generally approached life with the "I can handle this" attitude that I think most women have. And the love story grew in a natural way instead of being dictated by tons of raging hormones, which was nice.
It was funny, light enjoyable book. I always hae to rate the narrator as well--she did a good job--made the book enjoyable.
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