Mad Jack (Bride Series)

Mad Jack (Bride Series)

by Catherine Coulter
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Overview

Mad Jack (Bride Series) by Catherine Coulter

The fifth book in the Bride Saga from the #1 New York Times bestselling author.

Winifrede disguises herself as a male valet to Grayson St. Cyre’s aunts, but when Grayson discovers the truth, he uncovers feelings he never imagined
he possessed.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781101190975
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 02/01/1999
Series: Catherine Coulter's Bride Series , #4
Sold by: Penguin Group
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 46,844
File size: 900 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Catherine Coulter is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the FBI Thrillers featuring husband and wife team Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock. She is also the author—with J. T. Ellison—of the Brit in the FBI series. She lives in Sausalito, California.

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Mad Jack (Bride Series) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of the funniest books I have ever read in my life. Coulter did really good on this one. Especially with the humor and steamy romance. I love all her books, but this is one of my personal favorites. If you're depressed, and you want a really good laught, I insist you read this book! It'll perk up your day.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read many good books, but this one kept me up all night, until I finnished it. Great job.
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I'm not sure what book the others are reviewing. Its not that funny. It doesnt flow. The characters are boring. NOT one of my favorite Coulter books at all. I dont know if I want to bother finishing it. Has potential... but hardly holding my attention.
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Georgia-Nana More than 1 year ago
Catherine Coulter is always worth a read, But Anne T. Flosnik brings a extra level of enjoyment to the stories. 5 minutes in you forget that Anne is the voice of the men as well as the women. And you always know which person she is reading...
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This was the first book I had ever read by this author, and I can sincerely state I will not read another. The way the characters described what the others were doing in conversation was ridiculous. No one - and no one, speaks that way. It made the story feel rushed and stilted, and I am sad to say, much of the humor was lost on me. Something funny being told to you is not as funny as witnessing it. I felt the situations would have been much humorous if she described what was happening instead of having her characters describe it in their dialogues. I found it offensive that the women were protrayed by the men as being silly (something that made me wonder what it was exactly the men saw in them other then the prospect of having sex with them), and the abuse situations Ms. Coulter touched on, then so neatly wrapped up with two of the characters being so heroic was disgusting. She should have never touched on such deep subjects and solved them with MORE physical violence. The conclusion to this still very real problem rubbed me completely the wrong way. If she was trying to make a social statement on the issue - she failed....miserably. Reading this book was an utter loss of time. Don't bother.
Guest More than 1 year ago
HAVING READ SO MANY OF MISS COULTER'S BOOKS I WAS AMAZED SHE COULD OUTDO HERSELF.UNTIL NOW 'THE WARRIOR' WAS FAR HER BEST WRITING, BUT MAD JACK HAD HUMOR AND A TWIST THAT IS VERY ENTERTAINING.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Right from the beginning, 'Mad Jack' is filled with classic Coulter trademarks: an outstanding cast of secondary characters, funny dialogue and situations, and well-matched, wicked-tongued hero and heroine. The passion and romance between Jack and Gray is real, but a lot of the plot devoloves into absurdity. The problem Jack and Gray encounter has no place in any romance and Coulter seems to have forgotten how to write her usual exciting suspense, as all danger pops up briefly in the beginning, vanishes for the next 200 or so pages, only to reappear in the last chapter. In addition, the story also has dark overtones of abuse which are inadequately dealt with and poorly resolved. While secondary characters provide some comic relief, the Sherbrookes are reduced to cartoon characters who seem to try too hard to get out a laugh. Coulter has done better, but 'Mad Jack' is not all bad.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Mrs. Coulter was the reason I started reading historical romances in the first place. I was excited when I got the chance to buy it and turned down a couple of other really good titles. I have to say of all her books (which is a lot) this one is awful. Come on I can write better then this. You just can't beilve that any of this would happen. Please take more time to write your novels¿they used to be very good.