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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2006

    Delightful book

    Janice Lynn delivers a winner in her debut novel, Jane Millionaire. _________________ Small town cop Jill Davidson gets roped in by her sister Jessie to sub for her on the reality show Jane Millionaire. Since Jill and her sister have a similar looks this should be a snap. All Jill has to do is live with twelve bachelors via for her had in a European castle. Things do not go as smoothly as planned since Jill is unaware of Jessie¿s pre-taped interviews and photo shoots. Although some things can be easily explained away or overlooked, Jill aka Jane cannot seem to ignore that she is attracted to the producer. _______________ Producer Rob Lancaster needed this reality show to do well so he can get back to major projects in Hollywood. When the original host had to leave Rob was forced to take over. This caused him to have much more contact with the gorgeous Jane then his body and heart can handle. Robs head is telling him to run but his heart is telling him something different. ______________ Jane Millionaire takes us to the fun and off beat world of reality TV. We all see what happens in front of the camera but this book gives the back stage tales a wickedly funny, hot and sassy twist. Watching Rob and Jill try to ignore their desires is tantalizing, their banter sends smoke through the pages. __________________ Janice Lynn delivers the goods in this debut novel. Looking forward to her next book.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    delightful romantic suspense

    Police officer Jill Davidson has spent much of her life protecting her younger sister Jessie that often makes her ponder whether that is why she became a cop. However, this time even Jill questions whether there needs to be a limit as to how far one goes to keep a sibling safe. Though not an actress, Jill is currently performing for the TV reality show JANE MILLIONAIRE pretending to be Jessie acting as a princess of a country that she doubts Rand-McNally ever heard of. To Jill her role is so out of character for a woman men adopt as a buddy because they never consider her a glamorous sexy siren wanting to marry. --- Also in the castle amongst the cast and crew of JANE MILLIONAIRE is the producer Rob Lancaster, who Jane salivates over, but knows he is out of reach for someone like her. Rob, who is doing the show as a favor to someone he holds dear cannot believe how much he desires the star from the moment he first set eyes on ¿Jessie¿. Having failed at love, Rob tries to ignore his attraction to her, but easily turns jealous with the attention of all the hunk bachelors competing for his ¿Jessie¿. --- Though using reality TV as a backdrop and the theme of a couple unable to believe they are in love have occurred frequently, readers willfully appreciate this fine tale that takes the audience behind the scenes of the show as well as providing a delightful romance. The cast makes JANE MILLIONAIRE fun to read as the secondary characters bring humor to the tale while the lead couple provide angst and sexual tension. Janice Lynn provides a jocular joyful tale of love on the remote set. --- Harriet Klausner

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