Love Overboard - Janet Evanovich Reviews
Description:ISBN 0060598840 / Author: Janet Evanovich
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by - written on 12/01/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
As I have mentioned a thousand times before, I am signed up on a website called Bookcrossing.com, and they held bookrings and bookrays which is a book, that people sign up to, to form a kind of list, which then is sorted in shipping preferences so that it's cheapest possible for each person. I decided to sign up to this bookring... Why? I really don't know, I had never heard of Janet Evanovich and I had definitely hadn't heard of this book... If I had seen the picture (which I didn't) then I would definitely not have signed up to this bookring even though a well-known saying had been drilled into me ever since I read my first book: 'Don't judge a book by its cover', this Read the complete review
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