Publicist Juliet Trent never mixes business with pleasure, but her newest client, charming ladies-man and chef Carlo Franconi, is determined to whet her appetite for love.More
"[Nora Roberts is] a word artist, painting her story and characters with vitality and verve." (Los Angeles Daily News)
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This book rank in the middle somewhere. Not first line, but a fun listen. Sometimes, you just want a fun book that is easy and quick, this is it. It makes you laugh, and it brings pleasure. You might catch yourself smiling at parts.
Carlo Franconi was my favorite character he was so full of himself it was not funny yet you just had to like him. Mainly because he was a playboy until he got caught and fell in love, but he didn't lie to women he was what he was. He was fun. He made me laugh.
The performances were done well. I think the beginning was the best part of the book. Nothing to write home about, but I have had worse. There were times I just didn't like Juliette.
It was a short book. I think I finished it in two sittings
Books are my entertainment. I like books because they excite me, entertain me, and bring me pleasure for one reason or another. They don't always have to make sense. I don't get upset unless something in he book is just too far fetch. If the book is written well, I can find some enjoyment out of the book then the book has served it's purpose for me. It is very seldom I choose a book without reading reviews and who the narrator is. The narrator can be half the fun. If the narrator is not right you can count on having a problem with the book. This was not a great book, but I think you can find some enjoyment out of the book. It was not a wasted credit.