Blind Date Disasters/Eat Your Heart Out [NOOK Book]

Overview

Blind Date

As an interior designer and an identical twin, Cami Anderson wants her home to be unique, so she hires a master carpenter to help. She's expecting an older man, someone kindly, experienced. In her wildest dreams, she hasn't figured on Tanner McCall, who's not old, not kind, but most definitely experienced...and seems more than a little interested in her blind date disasters!

Eat Your Heart Out

Dimi ...

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Overview

Blind Date

As an interior designer and an identical twin, Cami Anderson wants her home to be unique, so she hires a master carpenter to help. She's expecting an older man, someone kindly, experienced. In her wildest dreams, she hasn't figured on Tanner McCall, who's not old, not kind, but most definitely experienced...and seems more than a little interested in her blind date disasters!

Eat Your Heart Out

Dimi Anderson may be a TV personality, but she's never had the pizzazz possessed by her twin sister. And pizzazz--read sex appeal--is what her new producer, Mitchell Knight, thinks is missing from her cooking show. So, not only does Dimi get a radical makeover, she also gets Mitch as an on-air sidekick who really turns up the heat....

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426871368
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 7/26/2010
  • Series: Harlequin Duets Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 89,678
  • File size: 721 KB

Meet the Author

Jill Shalvis writes from her home near Lake Tahoe. She is assisted by her husband (who can't go three minutes without wanting to tell her something), three young children (who can't go one minute without wanting to tell her something), a chicken masquerading as a dog, three hamsters, a million squirrels and the occasional wolf spider.

If she's not writing, she's shoveling snow, skiing, or coloring with her kids.

You can write to her at P.O. Box 3945, Truckee, CA, 96161. Or you can visit her website at jillshalvis.com.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 26, 2012

    Where was the comedy?

    I guess Im disappointed with the author earlier works. I found the sisters annoying. The caracters were the same cliche girl that could not handle another bad date. The first story was barely tolerable but for the second I found myself skipping paragraphs that bored you with meaningless details. I found myself exasperated with the story and with both sisters. At some point it seem like it was the same insecure "bombshell" that didnt know how beatiful she was and that we never got to meet the daring funny sister. She just did some cameos in both stories. I get that falling in love is scary but do they have to have almost the same insecurities but with different names and jobs. All characters needed more development as well as the stories. And where was the romantic COMEDY, because the situations hardly broke a smile. Check out the authors later works which showed significant improvent in romance and in comedy. Sadly her duet series are far from deserving the single lonely star. Dont waste your money on them.

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    Posted August 13, 2001

    Fun and sassy!

    What a great, fun book! Two twins who look identical and are as different as can be, and two hunky heroes who fall fast and hard. Loved it!

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