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When it comes to men, Megan Murphy has an aversion to "I do". Then she meets irresistible pediatrician Pat Hunter. Add in a cozy colonial cottage, the world's biggest turkey, two hopeful families, and a skirt-chomping rabbit, and you've got a feast of fabulous fun!
©1988, 2006 Janet Evanovich (P)2006 HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.

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  • Audrey
  • Little Rock, AR, United States
  • 11-12-11

Downright Frothy

To describe this book as light reading is inadequate...it's so light it's downright frothy. I purchased this title 3 years ago because I enjoy reading seasonal books and was looking for something Thanksgiving-themed. As a previous reviewer wrote, the dialogue is definitely cheesy. It's also filled with tired clichés and characters speaking to each other in a manner found only in a high school writing course. Still, I've listened to it for 3 Thanksgiving seasons in a row...why? Because when Evanovich writes as the narrator rather than her characters, she provides vivid and inviting descriptions of Colonial Williamsburg, so charming and appealing you feel as if you were there, or at least you wish you were. It makes wading through all the cheese worth it.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Not her best one

I wasn't enamored by Thanksgiving. I had listened to a couple of her Stephanie Plum books and found them quite entertaining. This book (not a S. Plum story) was not as cleverly written.

11 of 13 people found this review helpful

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Love the ending!

Another great Janet Evanovich--and C J Critt is a wonderful narrator!! It always makes me warm and fuzzy at the end!

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  • Jessica
  • Charleston, TN, United States
  • 12-14-11

Ok but not great.

Thanksgiving was a fun little holiday listen. I was not crazy about the narrator and the story was a little silly at times but that is kind of what you expect for fun short holiday themed books. I have read better but I don’t regret buying this book it had many cute funny parts and was nice to listen to right before the holidays.

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Ugh

Degrading female characterization that seems straight out of the 1950's, and exasperatingly cheesy dialogue and story. Don't waste your time.

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Silly

Just a silly story with no depth. Narrator contributed to that effect. Felt like she was reading to children.