Big Bad Wolf Tells All

Big Bad Wolf Tells All

by Donna Kauffman
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Big Bad Wolf Tells All by Donna Kauffman

Why Is It That I’m Not Willing to Settle for a Sheep Like the Rest of My Friends?

Sheep sex aside, what’s wrong with a man who puts family first, who maintains a steady job, has college funds set up for his kids and builds that nest egg for his retirement? Member of the herd, never straying. Solid, dependable Sheep Guy. Why can’t I love Sheep Guy?

For me, it’s all those wolves. They distract me from the sheep. Wolf Guy. Always on the prowl. Totally alpha. Not interested in being domesticated. So what is it about these men that makes my heart speed up in a way no sheep ever has or ever will?

Tanzy Harrington is the Bay Area’s most-read romance columnist and self-proclaimed love-’em-and-leave-’em artist--and she’s not quite ready to tie herself down to one man. That is, until Riley Parrish lands on the scene.

When Tanzy agrees to house-sit for her eccentric great-aunt, she finds herself sharing close quarters with Riley. At first he seems a bit too much like the “sheep” Tanzy derides in her column--too polite, the classic boring good provider. But when she catches a glimpse of the “wolf” lurking in his eyes, the ultimate alpha female is about to take a fall.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780553897654
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 05/27/2003
Sold by: Random House
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 537,165
File size: 501 KB

About the Author

Once upon a time, Donna Kauffman was born in Washington D.C. Alas, there were no glass slippers in her closet, but fate was kind, and a trustworthy (and totally hot) knight did cross her path. No fool she, Donna didn't need a fairy godmother to point out a good thing when she saw it. Their happily ever after is currently taking place in Virginia.


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Big Bad Wolf Tells All 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this book the Donna Kauffman has written because its funny romantic and a happily ever after so yes definitely a keeper for good the end just made me cry though and i cant wait to read more of Donnas books it is so inspirational loved it
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Maggie_H More than 1 year ago
Great story, funny dialog, funny characters, gripping from the beginning....wont regret this buy!!!!!!!!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I must admit the first chapter was a little slow to me but then things started to pick up.. I could not put the book down I was stuck on trying to find out what would happen next. I would recommend it to read although I am sorry to say it is not one I would read over and over again.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What a FUN read. Donna can always put humor along with romance and some suspense in the same book. I do not know how she does it over and over.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I agree with Ms. Klausner's review. Especially if you think you should be reading chick lit, but just love a good old romance. I think Ms. Kauffman has got her finger on a new pulse and I look forward to reading more of her stories.
harstan More than 1 year ago
San Francisco columnist Tanzy Harrington classifies the world quite simply around the concept that two types of males populate it: wolves and sheep. Tanzy prefers the dangerous wolves as her bed mate over the flock of dependable husband material. The key to her unusual attitude is that she loves them and leaves them with her heart untouched.

Her Aunt Millicent feels that Tanzy is missing out on real life so she chooses a candidate for her niece. Tanzy immediately blows away Millicent¿s selection as a sheep or why else would her aunt select him. In actuality Millicent hired security expert Riley Parrish to protect Tanzy from an anonymous fan threatening her. As Riley escorts Tanzy throughout the Bay area they fall in love, but she begins to wonder if he might be a wolf in sheep¿s clothing.

Fans of chick lit will enjoy this contemporary romance due to the uniqueness of Tanzy. The story line moves slowly forward, as the suspense elements remain de-emphasized though suspects surface. Instead, the tale focuses on Tanzy¿s Baa Humbug attitude towards sheep and her doubts about which classification Riley belongs to while she disregards the well known fact that wolves mate for life.

Harriet Klausner