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Born to Be Wild

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Good Book, Wrong Cover

The only thing wrong with this book is its cover. It would make you think it is a mystery or a drama, but the book is actually a good chick-lit type, light-hearted story. If you are expecting a hard-hitting cop drama you won't get it. Expect a kicky, cute chick-lit stor...
The only thing wrong with this book is its cover. It would make you think it is a mystery or a drama, but the book is actually a good chick-lit type, light-hearted story. If you are expecting a hard-hitting cop drama you won't get it. Expect a kicky, cute chick-lit story, you will like it a lot!

posted by Anonymous on December 29, 2007

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

lame

Not her best book.I didn't like the soap opera side of the story.

posted by Anonymous on December 5, 2006

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2007

    Good Book, Wrong Cover

    The only thing wrong with this book is its cover. It would make you think it is a mystery or a drama, but the book is actually a good chick-lit type, light-hearted story. If you are expecting a hard-hitting cop drama you won't get it. Expect a kicky, cute chick-lit story, you will like it a lot!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 5, 2006

    A Fun Breezy Read

    Coulter completely sucked me into BTBW with the first line: 'Mary Lisa didn't want to puke up the two Ritz crackers she eaten for supper.' Mary Lisa wins her 3rd straight daytime Emmy for her portrayal as the coniving Sunday Cavendish on BTBW. Mary Lisa isn't anything like Sunday, so when she is struck down by a speeding car eveyone she knows is stunned. Mary Lisa flees to Goddard Bay to her father to heal and escape Poker Hodges-a paparazzi on whom Mary Lisa has a TRO as well as her would be killer. Little does she know as she enters Goddard Bay, a man has been killed and Mary Lisa faces her nemeses, Chief Jack Wolf and her mother. Mary Lisa travels back to LaLa Land intreested in two mewn and the reason her mother hates her so much, since she is her father's daughter, and mother does loves George Beverly to a fault. Coulter peppers the reader w/ snipets of soap history as she makes Mary Lisa's real life far more dramatic than Sunday's. Is what happening to her in LA connected to the murder in Goddard Bay?

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