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Trouble in High Heels (Fortune Hunter Series #1)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2007

    Trouble in Plotting, but High Heeled Romance

    When Brandi Michaels was dumped by her fiancé, she knew the best way to get over him was to sleep with a charming man that she would never see again. And she did! But knowing her rotten luck, the man turned out to be her new client. Now a killer is after Brandi, and Roberto, her one night stand guy, could save her, or destroy her. --- When I brought this novel, I was under the impression that it was a romantic suspense, which it¿s marketed as. But the book only contained 25 pages of mystery and the rest was all romance. The plot was rather predictable, and the characters were one dimensional, unrealistic, and at times boring. This book had some nice moments, but most of it was pretty silly. The plot itself was very similar to the plot of ¿Always a Thief¿ by Kay Hooper, except that the romance in Miss Dodd¿s book was better in my opition.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2006

    Too Silly

    this story just did not deliver,I have always enjoyed her stories in the past...Let's all hope she goes back to writing like we know she capalbe of. This book is too silly, there are enough silly writer out there already....to many!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2006

    ordinary

    'Trouble in High Heels' occurs in modern times. It follows a young lady who is jilted by her fiance. Angry, she sells their engagement ring, and spends this money on one fabulous day of pampering, shopping, and seduction. The opening chapters are fantastic: 5-stars. This novel will appeal to women with a nasty ex-husband or ex-boyfriend. I don't and, perhaps because of this, found the middle 2/3 slow and borring. A prominent theme of the book is 'men who think women are stupid'.

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