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When the delightful, daffy Dog Lady of station WZZZ offered to take on the temporary job of traffic reporter, Steve Crow tried to think of reasons to turn Daisy Adams down. Perhaps he knew that sharing the close quarters of a car with her for hours would give the handsome program director no room to resist her quirky charms. He'd always favored low-slung sports cars and high-heeled women, but that was before he fell for a free spirit who caught crooks by accident, loved old people and pets, and had just too many jobs!

Loving Daisy turned Steve's life upside down, especially once he adopted Bob, a couch potato masquerading as a huge dog. But was Daisy finally ready to play for keeps?

©1991, 2004 Janet Evanovich; 2004 HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.

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  • Bruce
  • Des Moines, IA, USA
  • 08-03-05

LIght and fluffy does it.

This was my wife's choice and I decided to give it a listen. The narator is perfect - her vocalization of each character produced images of real people. While the story line is too predictable, it brought a welcome change to a steady diet of murder, intrige and mayhem. Don't expect much substance, however overall this is a delightful story with characters who are totally beliveable. Well done to both author and narrator.

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  • Karen
  • saluda, SC, United States
  • 10-07-11

Lighthearted romance and extremely funny!

i always LMBO with the outrageously funny antics in this book! somtimes life really is this funny and romantic;]

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  • sonia
  • Alexandria ,Virginia, United States
  • 06-26-17

Not doing it for me.

I began listening but had to stop C. J. Critt's voice just annoyed the hell out of me. The Stephanie Plum series is getting repetitive. I have all of them but decided not to buy the last one, so I borrowed it from our library. Started it and after 4 chapters I gave up. These stories are getting stale. I'm not a writer but I do know what I like to listen to and Ms. Evanovich isn't cutting it for me. Unfortunately I already purchased her latest Knight and Moon, I hope it's better, or no more Evanovich for me.

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good for laughs

love the narrator and author. funny story and light hearted. good book if you don't want depressing sadness storyline!

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SUCH A CUTE STORY

This story kept me laughing so hard. I loved it and I loved all the others, too. They are wonderful books.

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  • Nina
  • Arlington, VA, USA
  • 05-07-05

An Evanovich disappointment!

Well, Janet Evanovich takes a risk in trying some new characters and a totally different type of story and come up with -- well, not much of anything. This fluffy love story has the requisite handsome rich man, confused but adorable heroine who get in plenty of trouble and needs rescuing (gag), and some funny characters. But Janet -- puuulllease!!

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