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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2013

    zany

    really funny. crazy characters in zany situations. it's no Stephanie Plum but i want more!

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  • Posted January 18, 2013

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    Good Read

    This is a good book. It has comedy, romance, and murder. A very good combination in a book I think. The characters are great. I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2005

    Coming Unzipped

    Christina McMullen has changed her life ¿ by changing her career. Going from a bartender to a psychotherapist might be a stretch, but she¿s managed to make a go of it. Her practice is growing and she¿s even got a famous client ¿ a former football player who is coming to her for help with his sex life. Things get a little weird when Bomber starts chasing her around her office, and they only get weirder when he keels over dead! To make things even worse, the Bomber was¿well¿unzipped at the time. Jack Rivera is the detective assigned to figure this whole thing out. At first he¿s not sure what to make of this loud, curvy shrink. He¿s sure she wasn¿t quite following the rules when it came to the Bomber. Christina has to persuade Jack she¿s no killer while she deals with a city full of people who really should be availing themselves of her services as a psychotherapist! Things get interesting when she decides to solve the case herself and she keeps getting ¿tangled¿ up with the sexy detective. Lois Greiman¿s contemporary tale will have you laughing out loud and sympathizing with both Christina and Jack as they attempt to get everything straightened out without getting ¿unzipped¿ themselves.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2005

    Watch out Janet Evanovich

    The humor, sexy heroine and impossible situations made me chuckle and even laugh out loud. Chrissy is an ex-cocktail waitress who has become a psychologist. Her attempts at mystery solving, being a 'professional' and capturing a man made this a great summer read.

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