What's Sex Got to do With It

What's Sex Got to do With It

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by Jaqueline Girdner
     
 
There's nothing like a couple's counselor hearing her new fiancee might be her half-brother to ruin their engagement party. And now our counselor has to find out if the hereditary allegations are true....

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There's nothing like a couple's counselor hearing her new fiancee might be her half-brother to ruin their engagement party. And now our counselor has to find out if the hereditary allegations are true....

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Lynne Murray
A USA Today Bestselling author for her mysteries, Jaqueline Girdner offers a romantic puzzle for grown-ups in WHAT'S SEX GOT TO DO WITH IT, the endearing, suspenseful and laugh-out-loud funny story of a woman determined to marry the man she loves, even when hidden family secrets, sex and DNA stand in the way.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780744314625
Publisher:
SynergEbooks
Publication date:
04/20/2008
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

Jaqueline Girdner is the author of twelve mystery novels in the Kate Jasper series and four books written under the pseudonym Claire Daniels in the Cally Lazer series. She has also published short stories and essays and chaired the Mystery Writers of America committee to choose the Best Mystery Novel of 2005. What’s Sex Got to do With It is her first mainstream novel. She lives and does tai chi with her husband, Greg, in Marin County, CA.

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What's Sex Got to do With It 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Traction_Bob More than 1 year ago
Interesting characters and an intriguing plot, but I couldn't help but feel preached-at. As well, the Ms. Girdner has some weaknesses as an author. At one point around the 22nd Chapter, the main character and her fiance talk to someone to get some important information. That conversation is almost completely bypassed, showing only an "after" conversation, revealing one fact from the conversation. Later, a vital second fact is discussed in a matter-of-fact manner...but was not revealed until this later point. This was disconcerting, and was emblematic of some minor (but unpleasant) continuity problems throughout the book. The romance was fine, the plot interesting, but the heavy-handed message here overwhelmed the story.