Make Me Over [NOOK Book]

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Professor Drew Bennett is thrilled when he learns he'll get the chance to promote his latest book, Beyond Eliza Doolittle, on national television...even if it means getting involved in reality TV. But still, how hard can it be? All he has to do is turn five country bumpkins into ladies. Too bad Drew doesn't know that he's the prize....

Tori Lyons only agreed to embarrass herself in front of a nationwide audience in order to fulfill a not-quite-deathbed promise. But she's going ...

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Overview

Professor Drew Bennett is thrilled when he learns he'll get the chance to promote his latest book, Beyond Eliza Doolittle, on national television...even if it means getting involved in reality TV. But still, how hard can it be? All he has to do is turn five country bumpkins into ladies. Too bad Drew doesn't know that he's the prize....

Tori Lyons only agreed to embarrass herself in front of a nationwide audience in order to fulfill a not-quite-deathbed promise. But she's going to be the first to leave--she'll make sure of it. But that's before she falls head over heels in love with the sexy professor. And realizes that if she plays the game right, Drew's heart is the one thing she can't possibly win....

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426845673
  • Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises
  • Publication date: 9/14/2009
  • Series: Getting Real Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 374,445
  • File size: 162 KB

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Good romance

    George Washington University Professor Drew Bennett agrees to a reality show based on his book, ¿Beyond Eliza Doolittle: Education vs. Genetics in Today¿s Society¿ because the sponsors offer a contribution to his favorite charity, Book and a Dream. Drew will make over five women on national TV with the producers hoping he turns into the final catch of one them.................. In the library, Drew meets one of the contestants, hillbilly Tori Lyons from Sheets Creek, Tennessee. They are attracted to one another from the start and he also likes her refreshing honesty when she admits she likes his stare as if he wants to devour her. She admits that she joined the show as a deathbed promise to her father, who recovered and now holds her to her vow. As Tori and Drew fall in love, both realizes their backgrounds make anything permanent remote even as the show must go on..................... This is a fun contemporary romance starring two delightful individuals that reflect the professor¿s book in terms of genetics vs. education. Readers would never expect to find a common ground between these two yet love serves as that vehicle. A final twist on the contest will leave many fans waiting for Leslie Kelly¿s next reality book as MAKE ME OVER is an entertaining satirical look at relationships forging in front of millions.................... Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2004

    Make Me Over is funny and wonderful

    Make Me Over is a marvelous new book by Leslie Kelly. I usually adore her writing and this time is no exception. In this funny, sexy new book, she takes one honest and courageous young woman, Tori Lyons, seeking to better her education and refine her social graces. Then puts her in the path of a brainy sexy Professor Drew Bennett and thrusts them into the newest trendy millennium craze; reality television. I couldn¿t put this book down once I started. It is very funny and yet touching with a nice twist or two. I recommend it highly. And as usual, I can¿t wait for Leslie¿s next book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2004

    A GREAT book

    I loved this book. I don't usually write reviews but after reading Make Me Over I had to. It is one of the funniest romances I've ever read, and was hot enough to singe my fingers. But it also made me cry at how sweet and romantic it was. Thats a sign of a great book to me. Tori was hilarious and Drew was great for her. The other characters on the reality show set were perfect especially as the contestants started getting narrowed down and the claws came out. The last scene had me howling and it's worth reading the book for that part alone. I haven't read this author before but plan to track her books down.

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