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All That Glitters (Landry Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2006

    kinda dull

    I have to say that this book didnt keep me entertained at all. I found it very dull, and i didnt like the whole switching sisters act that they pulled. They should have known that soemthing was gonna happen and it wouldnt work. Plus one of my favorite characters from the previous books was Louis, and he was just in a supper tiny part in this book. I think that he should have been in it more, i mean they just saw his concert and that was it. I also didnt like that they made Paul out to be suck a love sick puppy, i mean they made him really really weak, it was almost pathetic

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 30, 2001

    What Happened?

    What I didn't like about this book was the fact that to get rid of Paul he had to die and how he died was unfair. The following novel portrays a tormented Ruby only after one of her sons died. The fact of the matter is if Paul loved her so much that he couldn't bear the thought of her living without him she should have felt more remorse at the loss of him. After all she had a choice and she was the one who chose to go back and live with him knowing how he felt about her. And the fact that Beau and her used Giselle to get Paul off her back shows that Ruby has the selfish genes in her that her twin does.

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