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Posted August 15, 2007
Does she Have An Agenda?
Having read previous Suzanne Brockman books, I thought I was reading a book for entertainment not a book with an agenda. The relationship between the two men was in poor taste, and, no, I could not in good conscience read every page. Why not label under gay and not push the agenda in books purely for a 'fun' read. Disappointing! I will not read another of her books nor will I recommend her. Poor taste!
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Posted August 31, 2007
Normally her books are cover to cover reads with only bathroom breaks, however, this one took two long weeks. Ric and Annie were just taking up space, and didn't serve a purpose, much less 'hot couple' status. Where is all the action, the snappy dialog, the actually chemistry between the characters, the entertainment value, and the TS crew? Instead of being an entertaining read, it was more like a social commentary.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 8, 2007
A former Brockman fan
BORING! That's the first thing I can say about this book.....by the time I finally got through it I couldn't even remember what the story line was about. I was totally disgusted by the Jules/Robin romance, perhaps because I am so tired of Hollywood stars who think they can get away with anything and the public is still supposed to adore them. At any rate, I have been disappointed in the last 2 Brockman books and won't be reading her next one!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 12, 2011
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