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Real Women Don't Wear Size 2

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2006

    Fun and witty , but too repetitive

    I like all the characters in this novel, and there was plenty to keep me interested. I can't wait for the next one. My only problem was that the author repeated too many of her main characters thoughts as fillers, which made me skip too many paragraphs.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2006

    entertaining contemporary romance

    In Birmingham, Alabama, thirty years old Clarise Robinson has had a successful career as the top seller and now head of the Woman¿s department at Eubanks Elegant Apparel. However, in spite of her early achievements and recognition, Clarise feels like a coward as she has made no efforts to obtain what she really wants her boss and best friend Ethan Eubanks to notice her as a beautiful woman he desires as much she craves him. --- Clarise vows to wow him at the company¿s annual gala during the Gasparilla Pirate Festival in Tampa. However, as she risks all, Clarise is hurt when she believes her wild sister Bobette made it with her beloved Ethan. Men¿s department head Jake Riley offers to ease her pain as he sees her as a lovely intelligent woman with beautiful curves and a delightful wit. Though tempted as Jake is a hunk, Clarise knows Ethan is the one for her, but she no longer wants him since he did her sibling though he now realizes that his best friend is also the woman he loves. --- This is an entertaining contemporary romance starring a likable male protagonist and an interesting female counterpart who is a combination sassy sexy sad sack. Though a bit of communication between the lead couple and her sister would have clarified the misunderstanding (and reduced the novel by about 50 ¿ 75 pages), fans will enjoy the escapades of a woman in love. --- Harriet Klausner

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