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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 19, 2006

    Best Book Ever!!!!

    This was such a funny and nice book. I laughed so hard when she got the baby and then cried so bad when she had to give it up! It was the best book ever and it made me want to get up and go to a spa!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2003

    Another Great book By Leanne Banks

    Delilah Montague has had to work hard to overcome life¿s rocky punches. She is managing an exclusive spa that really runs her ragged and all she wants to do is get a good night sleep. Trouble is, her new neighbor likes to remodel and play Opera late at night. Benjamin Huntington III is now teaching law after quitting his job at a prestigious firm. Remodeling his condo was helping him to relieve stress. When Benjamin and Delilah met there are some major sparks. Benjamin has to really work to make Delilah believe in what they have is the real thing. This book has such wit, charm and sass. Looking forward to the next book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2003

    Romance, Humor, and Words to Live By

    'When She's Bad' is Leanne Banks' second single title in her series about three sisters who find their places in the world and the men of their dreams. 'Some Girls Do,' the first in the series, also featured Banks' signature wit, hot love scenes, and engaging characters. When She's Bad has a feisty heroine in Delilah Montague, whose funny dictums kick-off each chapter. For example, 'Getting a man's attention is like holding a hot auction on ebay. A little competition and they're off to the races.' The sexy hero is Benjamin Huntington, a weathy lawyer who mounts a campaign to win Delilah's heart. Banks also offers two other romances with four appealing secondary characters. When She's Bad is both heart- and body-warming - the perfect book for a cold winter night!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2003

    Leanne Does It Again

    Leanne Banks is back with her second single title from Warner Forever and she hits the road running with the story of sexy Delilah Montague. Delilah had a smile that opened doors and a body that stopped traffic. She was raised first by her mother Sunny, who entered wet t-shirt contests to earn grocery money and then later by her evangelist father whose Bible thumping made Delilah feel less than worthy of love. When she met millionaire Howard Bradford, her life changed for the better. Howard used Delilah as 'arm candy' to draw attention away from his impotence. But he also taught her about business and put her in charge of his excusive spa. Delilah flourished under his tutelage and after Howard died, she became the majority stockholder. No one believed that Delilah knew anything about business and rumors flew about how she'd 'really' attained her position at the spa. No matter what, she couldn't shed her bad girl image. Now, with Howard dead, she has to run the spa, honor a deathbed promise she made to Howard, and deal with her new neighbor, Benjamin Huntington III, who does home improvements in the middle of the night. It doesn't matter that he's tall, dark and hunky or that he's a member of a prominent Texas family or that he's probably got more integrity in his little finger than most men have in their whole body. She's not interested. Or is she? When She's Bad has something for everyone - a bad girl, a rich boy, a baby and a dog, a girl with Clark Gable ears, a reluctant politician, blackmail, love, scandal, sex, and did I mention love? Each chapter starts with one of 'Delilah's Dictums,' clever maxims that will strike a chord and have you laughing out loud. The characters are lovable and you will find yourself reaching for your own champagne cocktail and M&Ms as you get lost in the pages of this hilarious romance that's full of passion and fun. Delilah is a woman that a kinda-bad-girl reader can fall in love with.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2003

    Leanne Banks does it again!

    Leanne Banks is back with her second single title from Warner Forever and she hits the road running with the story of sexy Delilah Montague. Delilah had a smile that opened doors and a body that stopped traffic. She was raised first by her mother Sunny, who entered wet t-shirt contests to earn grocery money and then later by her evangelist father whose Bible thumping made Delilah feel less than worthy of love. When she met millionaire Howard Bradford, her life changed for the better. Howard used Delilah as ¿arm candy¿ to draw attention away from his impotence. But he also taught her about business and put her in charge of his excusive spa. Delilah flourished under his tutelage and after Howard died, she became the majority stockholder. No one believed that Delilah knew anything about business and rumors flew about how she¿d ¿really¿ attained her position at the spa. No matter what, she couldn¿t shed her bad girl image. Now, with Howard dead, she has to run the spa, honor a deathbed promise she made to Howard, and deal with her new neighbor, Benjamin Huntington III, who does home improvements in the middle of the night. It doesn¿t matter that he¿s tall, dark and hunky or that he¿s a member of a prominent Texas family or that he¿s probably got more integrity in his little finger than most men have in their whole body. She¿s not interested. Or is she? When She¿s Bad has something for everyone ¿ a bad girl, a rich boy, a baby and a dog, a girl with Clark Gable ears, a reluctant politician, blackmail, love, scandal, sex, and did I mention love? Each chapter starts with one of ¿Delilah¿s Dictums,¿ clever maxims that will strike a chord and have you laughing out loud. The characters are lovable and you will find yourself reaching for your own champagne cocktail and M&Ms as you get lost in the pages of this hilarious romance that¿s full of passion and fun. Delilah is a woman that a kinda-bad-girl reader can fall in love with.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2003

    A Must Read Romance

    Leanne Banks does it again. Delilah Montaque is the director of Houston's most exclusive spa. Her life is about to change when she meets her new neighbor, Benjamin Huntington III. There is more than one love story in this book. Be sure to read Delilah's dictums at the beginning of every chapter. I enjoyed Some Girls Do and I look forward to reading Trouble in High Heels.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2003

    Leanne Banks Follow-up to Some Girls Do is another WINNER!

    When She's Bad....She's Amazing! I don't know how she manages to do it but Leanne Banks has managed to once again knock my socks off! All I can say is that 'If you thought Some Girls Do was delightful you ain't seen nothing till you've read 'WHEN SHE'S BAD'!' Ms. Banks is a wonderful talent whose consistantly able to see right into the hearts of her readers and give them exactly what they want...real romances about real people whom they can relate to. This is one romance Keeper Shelves shouldn't find themselves without! So run, don't walk, to the nearest bookstore (online or otherwise) come November 1st and get yourself TWO Copies...One to read and one to cherish! Diana Tidlund Reader and Reviewer

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2003

    Great romance

    In Houston, Delilah Montague cannot get any sleep because her next door neighbor makes a racket at night. She owns the exclusive Spa Demay that she inherited from her recently deceased elderly companion Howard ¿Cash¿ Bradford. Working extremely hard to prove herself, Delilah knows that most of her employees, Cash¿s daughter, and her patrons believe she earned this business by being bed prone as Cash¿s candy. She knows the truth though she vowed not to reveal to anyone.<P> If Delilah thought her world was complicated enough, she soon finds Cash left her with one more problem. Apparently Viagra worked a miracle and Cash sired a baby that has just been dumped on Delilah. She obtains the help of her neighbor ethical attorney Benjamin Huntington III in dealing with the infant. As they become acquainted they fall in love, but his family rejects her as unsuitable for the brother of a future state politician. Ben does not care, but Delilah does.<P> Readers will enjoy this contemporary romance that focuses on the maxim not to judge a book by its cover (figuratively as this cover seems apropos). The story line is well written with ironically readers, Ben, and the support cast drawing conclusions about Delilah that fail to hold up under closer scrutiny. Though she and Ben seem to have no personal issues except as they relate to one another, fans will take WHEN SHE¿S BAD to the bank as a fine read.<P> Harriet Klausner

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