Love Overboard - Janet Evanovich Reviews
Description:ISBN 0060598840 / Author: Janet Evanovich
Newest Review: ... as the next review I plan on writing is "Back to the bedroom" which happens to be another Janet Evanovich books, I ... more
Price Comparison for Love Overboard - Janet Evanovich
Customer Love Overboard - Janet Evanovich Reviews (1)
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
Products Similar to Love Overboard - Janet Evanovi ...
The Reluctant Mullah - Sagheer Afzal - Covers some very interesting issues All a bit silly and predictable
Before I Met You - Lisa Jewell - Loved the feeling of the unknown, and characters slow pace
Power Play: Resistance - Rachel Haimowitz - well written, emotionally involving BDSm themed romance not for the shy or very faint of heart
The Nightingale's Nest - Sarah Harrison - Engrossing Cut off in its prime!
A Place Called Here - Cecelia Ahern - Interesting concept, very well developed and relatable protagonist, nice blend of two narratives, Nothing that major for me.
My Name Was Judas - C.K. Stead - well written, stimulating lacks this special something, or am I spoiled?
|More products in Fiction Book|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Valley of the Dolls - Jacqueline Susann|
A gripping, character packed read
I really can't think of any - I loved it!
|The Steel Remains - Richard Morgan|
Slightly uneven pacing
|Tekwar - William Shatner|
Concept of 23rd Century Earth
Shatner might not have written a word
|Daphne - Justine Picardie|
|The History of The Lord of The Rings Part 2: The Treason of Isengard - J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien||Crossing Borders - Z. A. Maxfield|
|The Meat Tree - Gwyneth Lewis|
Interesting adaption of medieval source material, Some nice use of language
Short for the price, Artistic presentation can be a bit frustrating to readers in places
|Pandemic - James Barrington|
Decent characters, interesting plot and a good conclusion
A poor start that wasn't really related to the main plot
|The Last Boleyn - Karen Harper|
An enjoyable read .
Facts manipulated, and in some cases entirely wrong.
|More Than You Can Say - Paul Torday|
Moderately exciting towards the end
Not up to Torday's usual high standards