Catch of the Day [NOOK Book]


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101465943
  • Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 6/6/2006
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 627,923
  • File size: 433 KB

Meet the Author

Whitney Lyles is the author of Here Comes the Bride, Roommates, and Always the Bridesmaid.

Beverly Brandt has written several contemporary romantic-comedy/suspense novels, including Match Game.

Cathie Linz is the acclaimed USA Today bestselling author of Good Girls Do.

Pamela Clare authored Extreme Exposure and is a newspaper journalist in Colorado.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2006

    Good read.

    'Catch of the Day' is a collection of four short romantic, wedding stories by different authors beginning with Brides Gone Wild by Cathie Linz which is the charming story of Pam Greenley, a floral designer, who runs into her first love and high school sweetheart, Michael Denton. Michael ended their relationship when he left for college 10 years ago, and they have not seen each other since except at their high school reunion just a month ago when they fell into bed with each other and Michael left again without a word. Now Michael is back in town for his cousin¿s wedding which is only one of the five weddings that Pam is coordinating the flowers for this weekend. Pam is determined to avoid Michael, but he keeps popping up and making her realize that even though she is still attracted to him she refuses to be hurt by him again. Michael, who wrote a book called, How to Hook Your Guy, under a pen name, is determined not to get hooked in the foreseeable future but simply cannot fight his continuing attraction for Pam. Funny situations arise in this romantic comedy set in a very nosy small town in which the town gossip has her own blog! .................. Lissy Charteris and Will Fraser seem to have the perfect relationship. They really love each other and have the most steamy sex life until Lissy comes up with the idea of abstinence for the two weeks prior to their wedding. So The Bet and much sexual frustration ensue as Will tries to entice Lissy to attack him while she drives him to near insanity with temptation. Is this the wedge that will keep them from saying ¿I do¿? Throw in the mother of the bride from hell who will do nearly anything to keep her daughter from walking down the aisle and you have the funny and frustrating adventure of Heaven Can¿t Wait by Pamela Clare. ............... So Caught Up in You by Beverly Brandt is a story full of adventure as Tasha O¿Shaunessey is determined to make sure that her sister¿s adventure wedding goes smoothly in Costa Playa even though she has heard the nasty rumors concerning the wedding planner for Extreme I Do, Quinn Hayes. It is rumored that Quinn is involved in white slavery, is an ex-con, and also may be responsible for the disappearance of two film stars that vanished five years ago when Quinn was the last person to see them alive. But Tasha quickly finds out things are not always what they seem as she goes swinging over the canopy of trees in the jungle, helps to hide refugees, and aids Quinn in the coverup of the murder of the head of Costa Playa¿s secret police all while trying to understand her intense attraction to Quinn. ..................... In The Wedding Party by Whitney Lyles Meg Thomlinson is hopeful to reconnect with Mason Strout the guy she dumped several months ago only to realize that maybe she made the mistake of her life. They are both in her best friend¿s wedding party, and Meg is hoping that they can pick up where they left off. But just when Meg thinks life is back on track with Mason she meets Bill who is also in the wedding party and is now wondering if he could possibly be the man of her dreams especially when they get stranded in Mexico together. ................ **** I really enjoyed these combined romantic stories which make a fun and delightful read as four women each find their `Catch of the Day¿! This book would make an entertaining beach read. ****

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2006

    Waste of time!

    I love short stories in the summer, so even though I didn't recognize any of these authors I took a chance and bought this book. This is the worst romance book I have ever read. The story-lines were ok, but the writing was what killed it. It seemed that none of these authors had written dialogue before, and it made it EASY to put down.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    four lighthearted contemporary romantic romps

    ¿Brides Gone Wild¿ by Cathie Linz. In Serenity Falls, Pennsylvania, the upcoming weekend would be hell if the five brides cooperated, but not one does as the owner of Bloomers Flowers Shop Pam knows first hand. On top of that her high school boyfriend Michael is back in town insisting long distance relationships cannot work even as he keeps kissing her while also hiding the truth about a book he wrote. --- ¿Heaven Can¿t Wait¿ by Pamela Clare. Lissy and Will agree to three weeks of abstinence so that when they say I do they will share heaven afterward. However, the wait, romantic as it seems to Lissy, proves torturous on Will who loves to make love with his beloved. --- ¿So Caught Up to You¿ by Beverly Brandt. In Naples County, Florida Quinn is the wedding planner for the Celie-Cal marriage. Celie¿s sister Tasha, an investigative reporter, learns some interesting items about Quinn and the disappearance of two people five years ago. She decides to make inquiries into the man, but was not expecting to be attracted to him. --- ¿The Wedding Party¿ by Whitney Lyles. In San Diego Meg is a bridesmaid at her friend¿s wedding, but her thoughts linger on another member of the procession, Mason, whom she dumped a year ago. After dating some, she knows she made a mistake, but how to rectify it remains the question. However, the cousin of the bride Bill has his own plan to win her heart. --- These four lighthearted contemporary romantic romps contain a matrimonial thread, but the eight prime protagonists have different roles in the upcoming nuptials. Each story is fun as love as in the air or at least down the aisle. --- Harriet Klausner

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