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Extreme Bachelor (Thrillseekers Anonymous Series #2)

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  • Posted February 7, 2012

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    Enjoyed this fun romp

    It took me a minute to get into this story, but once it got rolling I really enjoyed it. The others in the series are also quite good.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 19, 2011

    Good read

    Excellent book. Well written. Highly recommend.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 6, 2011

    Liked this book

    This was a very good read.

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 11, 2011

    good second in series

    Totally enjoyed. Got a little bored with all the small players taking up so much space but I guess it was necessary to make the book

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  • Posted August 28, 2011

    Wow! Wow! Wow!

    Starting with the cover... Hoooot !!As the story goes awsome characters and dialogue. Bought the other 2 from the series and I'm waiting for Cooper's story. Nice, easy reading. Perfect for a rainy day or a relax afternoon. I love it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2007

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    i really liked this book. i thought that the characters were real and likeable although i wished they had gotten back together earlier. the last part of the book seemed like she was meeting a page requirement. otherwise, really good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 2, 2006

    Good read.

    Leah Kleinschmidt was in love with Michael Raney, a financier, for almost a year when they lived in New York. Leah had just finished as a smashing success on Broadway and had high hopes for their future together. But she did not really know that Michael was CIA and his entire background a lie ... not even when he suddenly dumped her and disappeared with no good reason. .................. Five years later: ...................... Leah 'Klein' has moved to LA in hopes of picking up the pieces of her life. She had grieved so badly that even her agent had quit calling her. The time has come to snap out of it and get on with her life. In LA she snags a couple of commercials but could find nothing big. Her agent kept telling Leah to go for character roles. Finally, Leah takes the advice and lands a part in the motion picture 'War of the Soccer Moms'. Leah and about nineteen other women must endure a three week boot camp to toughen up and learn team work for their war in the film, camouflage, weapons, and all. The last thing Leah expects is to see Michael there as one of the stunt coordinators. .................... Michael has never been able to forget Leah. She is the only woman he has actually regretted having to leave. Now departed from the CIA, Michael spends a lot of time with his buddies at Thrillseekers Anonymous 'T.A.' The men are having a difficult time getting the women ready for the stunts they will have to pull off during the film. Michael has no idea Leah is part of the movie until he sets eyes on her. Here is his second chance! The problem is that a few of his other ditched girlfriends are also there. If he manages to somehow get Leah to listen to him, Michael will have to admit that everything she knows of him is a lie. But what woman would really believe a line so cheesy as 'I was a spy?' ....................... *** A good chunk of the story is focused on the two main characters, as it should be. Danger does not begin to rear its head until late into the story. Toward the middle things began to get too slow. Leah is not a person/character I could ever come to really like. Yet the author kept my attention by adding characters from the previous novel (The Wedding Survivor). Leah and Lucy swap some humorous emails which made things a bit more believable for me. All-in-all, this read is fun, charming at times, and well worth your money. ***

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    An amusing romantic romp

    In Manhattan life is perfect for Leah Klein because she lives with the man she loves Michael Raney. Leah assumes that one day they will marry and raise a family. That is until he suddenly vanishes without warning from her life.------------- A devastated Leah slowly moves on with her life and begins to seek acting jobs until she lands a speaking role in The War of the Soccer Moms. To her shock, Michael Raney is a stuntman on the set. Even more stunning he wants chapter two to begin, but Leah refuses out of fear that she will not recuperate. Michael explains he left her without warning for her safety as his enemies from years of spying were coming for him and unbeknownst to Michael still are.---------------- This amusing romantic romp is hard to put down once started because the likable lead couple and the eccentric support cast are fun to follow as they go from one jocular caper after another sort of like a Hudson-Day Pillow Talk gender fight. The story line centers on Michael desperately wanting a second chance while Leah, as only a woman can, puts him through the rinse cycle with enthusiastic élan. Julie London provides a fun contemporary second chance romance that readers will cherish.---------- Harriet Klausner

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