Spirit Willing Flesh Weak - Julie Cohen Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755334817 / Genre: Romance / Author: Julie Cohen / Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is published 2006-09-04 by Little Black Dress
Newest Review: ... more capable hands it would have delivered but, for me, this story just failed to hit the spot somehow. This could well be ... more
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Julie Cohen Spirit Willing Flesh Weak
A hilarious, clever romantic comedy which shows that the course o ...
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by - written on 25/07/10, updated on 25/07/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Spirit Willing, Flesh Weak is another title from the Little Black Dress series, aimed at modern women and meant to be something of an antidote to Mills & Boon or Harlequin romances. It's written by Julie Cohen, an American born writer married to an Englishman and who currently lives in Berkshire. Synopsis: Rosie Fox is an American stage psychic or a fraud, depending on your point of view. When she makes a prediction concerning a train crash which comes true she starts a media storm. One of the journalists looking for a story is Harry Blake, a cynic who is intent on proving Rosie is nothing more than a charlatan but when their relationship ... Read the complete review
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