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Posted January 25, 2011
A witty, endearing and slightly kooky heroine
This is a great Joan Smith. It's told in the first person, and the narrator/heroine at first seems blissfully unaware that she is not only eccentric, but a bit too full of herself. Several intense brushes with reality (and of course a handsome gentlemen)lend her a humility and vulnerability that make her, like most JS heroines, irrestible to the reader and the gentlemen in question. One of the funnier JS titles I've read, and that's saying something.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 10, 2011
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