What Looks Like Crazy (Kate Holly Series #1) [NOOK Book]

Overview

She's had hit after hit with Janet Evanovich.

Now this New York Times bestselling author begins a series that readers will go crazy for.

Psychologist Kate Holly's own life has become the stuff of intensive therapy. She's divorcing her gorgeous firefighter husband, she has an eccentric secretary, her mother and aunt have erected a vaguely sexual sculpture in her front ...
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What Looks Like Crazy (Kate Holly Series #1)

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Overview

She's had hit after hit with Janet Evanovich.

Now this New York Times bestselling author begins a series that readers will go crazy for.

Psychologist Kate Holly's own life has become the stuff of intensive therapy. She's divorcing her gorgeous firefighter husband, she has an eccentric secretary, her mother and aunt have erected a vaguely sexual sculpture in her front yard, and her psychiatrist ex-boyfriend won't stop calling to find out what color panties she's wearing. Now, Kate's being bombarded with mysterious threats, and the only person who can help her is the one man who always makes her lose her mind-and heart.
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"Her words turn to gold on the page." -JANET EVANOVICH
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101215180
  • Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 2/26/2008
  • Series: Kate Holly Series , #1
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 58,768
  • File size: 237 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2009

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    Hmmm...?

    This book could have been great with a little more depth. The romance is lacking, and the story moved a little too fast. If you are looking for a book to read while you wait for the next Plum novel, this is not for you!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2008

    To much Like Janet

    Although I found the book to be a fast read, I felt like it was a knock off of Stephanie Plum. Like Ms. Hughes was trying to sound like Janet Evanovich, and start a herione like hers. It was not very original and was greatly lacking in something. Dr. Holly is a boring version of Stephaine Plum.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    an entertaining character study

    Clinical psychologist Kate Holly feels her world is imploding as her newest client Kevin Bosley threatens to jump off the roof while she asks affluent psychiatrist Thad Glazaen who sent him to her for help what the problem really is. Thad asks her to describe her underwear. Kate is also counting down the days before her divorce from fire captain Jay Rush becomes legal she still loves Jay, but his work frightens her as her dad died fighting a fire. Finally her mom and her aunt, the renowned ¿junque sisters¿, plant in cement a naked statue that has angered her neighbors especially Bitsy Stout.-------------- Her wealthy secretary Mona Epps assists Kate with all her woes by insisting that sex is what she needs. However, the only man she wants to share her bed and his is Jay. Kate knows WHAT LOOKS CRAZY is crazy as Jay insists her work is much more dangerous than his.------------------- WHAT LOOKS LIKE CRAZY is an entertaining character study of a psychologist whose life feels out of control.. Kate is a delightful center holding the plot together while an eccentric wild bunch of secondary players pulls her in a zillion different directions. Although somewhat a meet the crazies (including Kate) tale, fans will enjoy this humorous zany opening act due to the antics of that crazy cast.-------------- Harriet Klausner

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2008

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    This book made me laugh from beginning to end! I loved it! If you just want to sit, relax and have a great time, this book is for you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 26, 2008

    Funny Sexy Crazy

    Kate may be a psychologist, but she can be a tad crazy herself. Her freinds and clients are truly a hoot. She has to cure elevator phobias, a guy with a bottle of nitro, and someone (maybe one of her patients?) means to hurt her. So how can she deal with her pending divorce from the man of her dreams and a mother who gives her a sexy lawn statue that earns her a picket parade? This book, like the books written by Charlotte with Janet Evanovich, has a mystery plot and a sweet, ambivalent romance, but ultimately what is most memorable is the easy to identify with Kate and the funny ensemble. As a psychologist I thought the therapy scenes were realistic (if dramatic)and the whole book a refreshing and entertaining read. If you buy this book it wont last long as you will read it non-stop once you start. I am looking forward to the second book, and cant wait to see what happens between Kate and Jay, and to see more of her raucus private practice.

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