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ePub The Nosy Neighbor download
Author:
Fern Michaels
ISBN13:
978-1597220149
ISBN:
1597220140
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Publisher:
Wheeler Publishing; 1 edition (August 24, 2005)
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Subcategory:
Contemporary
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1502 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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187

One of the best books I've read by Fern Michaels.

One of the best books I've read by Fern Michaels.

She opened one eye, then the other. Lulu was curled into a tight ball on her shoulder, half under the covers and half out. The little pink bow jiggled each time she exhaled. d out to stroke the tiny head. Lulu immediately bounded up, ready to play. Coop and Sadie were on the bed an instant later. All of them tussled for a minute or two before Lucy swung her legs over the side of the bed. Okay, troops, time to go out and do your thing. Oh, oh, she said, padding down the carpeted steps. Looks like it snowed during the night.

The Nosy Neighbor book. As Fern Michaels books go, this one was a fun okay read

The Nosy Neighbor book. As Fern Michaels books go, this one was a fun okay read. The book reminded me of the movie with Mel Gibson, "What Women Want" wherein he could read women's minds after an accident where he received an electrical shock. This kind of had that same feeling going in it. How so?

My first two thoughts regarding this book. New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels has a passion for romance that stems from her other joys in life-her family, animals, and historic homes

My first two thoughts regarding this book. Jeepers, I took forever to read that book. And, thank god for the dogs. This book was so terribly written. The dialogue wasn’t all that great. New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels has a passion for romance that stems from her other joys in life-her family, animals, and historic homes. She is usually found in South Carolina, where she is either tapping out stories on her computer or completing some kind of historical restoration. Библиографические данные. The Nosy Neighbor Pocket Books romance.

The Nosy Neighbor - Fern Michaels. We’d like you to tell us about your relationship with Mr. St. Clair. The rain was coming down harder. Before long it would be like a waterfall. I’m going to marry him. Lucy Baker stared across the room at the twelve empty jury seats. She wanted to scream with frustration. What was taking them so long? The judge said the jury had signaled they had a verdict, but that was forty-five minutes ago. She dropped her hand to her side and crossed her fingers. We’re engaged. She waved her ring finger to show off her three-carat diamond.

Easy reading a strange character(the murderer. This book did not read like Fern Michael's usual writings. Doesn't come anywhere close to her usual standard. husband to be ) but easy to read, short, had flow. Was good but not catching in an addictive wa. Show more.

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Lucy Baker walks away from her high-flying legal career when she successfully defends yet another heinous criminal.

eBook Unabridged Audio Download. Price may vary by retailer. Lucy Baker walks away from her high-flying legal career when she successfully defends yet another heinous criminal. Almost a year after her life-changing decision, Lucy has never been happier

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Fern Michaels (born Mary Ruth Kuczkir; April 9, 1933) is an American author of romance and thriller novels, including nearly 150 best selling books with nearly 200 million copies in print. Her United States Today and New York Times best selling books include Family Blessings, Pretty Woman, and Crown Jewel, as well as the Texas quartet and the Captive series.

A New York Times Bestselling Author

Lucy Baker likes to think she takes the high moral ground. But she's in shock when the FBI tells her that her fiancé is really a con man, and turns to her annoying neighbor - handsome lawyer Wylie Wilson - for help.

  • I ordered this book because a co-worker recommeded it, never again!!
    My God this was just SO bad!!!
    The dialogue was so poor I thought this the first book by a new author, imagine my shock. No one speaks the way the characters do, how could it possibly pass an editor? This is the only book that I've read that the person speaking said the name of the person in every single sentence.
    Example:
    "Jake, I'm so scared".
    "It's ok to be scared, Lucy".
    "Are you sure Jake?"
    "Yes Lucy, I'm sure. What's for dinner?"
    "There's a roast in the oven, is that ok with you Jake?"
    UGH!
    The premise of the book might have been good at some point but the execution was so just ...well, bad and made no sense.
    She gave the heroine a 'supernatural' gift but served absolutely no purpose. If you took that out of the book, it wouldn't have effected anything with the plot. The author writes in a character that ESP and he literally knows nothing. He's asked what's going on, what's happening and what does he think and his response is, he doesn't know.
    Then you have chapters dedicated to the characters being scared and waiting for the bad guy to descend upon them only for the climax to literally nothing and probably 2 pages long. Bad man shows up with a gun, dog jumps on his back, done and over.
    Had I not paid for this crap I would have stopped reading it half way through.
    Whoever gave this thing 3+ stars must be on this broads payroll.
    If you want a good romance novel that has suspense, try Beverly Barton or Carla Neggers.
    If you want supernatural mystery with romance, try Kay Hooper.
    This is just...crap.

  • Finding the truth takes all your senses including the new sense of reading people's minds. After a freak accident where she is electrocuted and saved by her dog, she can now read people's thoughts. She is informed by the FBI that her future husband is a bad character. Now what's a girl to do? You must read this mystery and love story all meshed into a great story.

  • This was absolutely wonderful! Finally, after some books that I didn’t like at all, this book was a reprieve. I couldn’t bear to put it down until it was over! Great job, Fern Michaels! Looking forward to the next great read!

  • This book was just OK. Lucy is a high-powered defense attorney that gets sick of defending scum bags, so she quits the law and settles in suburban NJ. She meets her neighbor, Wylie, whose dog keeps getting in her yard. She gets an unexpected visit from the FBI telling her her fiancé is not all he says he is. Together, Lucy and Wylie try to uncover the mystery while surviving a blizzard and a crazy fiancé.

    The whole crooked fiancé story line was hard to believe, and that this intelligent, successful attorney could get suckered by him was even more unbelievable. Tie that together with this monster storm (6ft drifts in Jersey? C'mon!) that impedes the FBI rescue, it becomes even less plausible. Didn't buy how fast the love story moved either.

  • Spelling errors in a published book? (" Consumate" professional?) Many inconsistencies too ( how did Jonathan know there were 3 dos and 3 people in the house. That one bothered me. The main problem was with the hearing voices device, it didn't even help her when she needed it; the Blizzard is ridiculous, we have worse temperatures on a good day in Eastern Canada. These people are wimps!
    On the plus side, I liked it enough to finish it, and I did love the dogs! ( I agree that cooking a meatloaf a day for a dog is a bit far-fetched,)

  • Two reasons I chose this book: the price and the description.
    As it turned out, the characters were one-dimensional and the plot was not at all believable--yet, I enjoyed it. It was funny in places. It had three lovable dogs. It had caring and down-to-earth primary and supporting characters (even though they were not deeply developed). It is a good "get-away" book. I gave this book a 3-star rating, and recommend it to readers who like a light romance and who enjoy the antics of dogs and their contributions to the well being of humans.

  • I have one word... excellent. A perfect blend of suspense and romance. I loved the "boy next door" who has grown up to be smart, reliable and a hunk as well. Also, the heroine who. like many of us, chooses a very bad guy at first, but is wise enough to realize her true love is right next door. The family is well on the way to perfection with their match making dogs. I see happy ever after for them and another Fern Michaels book for me. Read and enjoy.

  • After reading the first chapter I was drawn in to the story so much so that I kept going on to another chapter even though I was extremely sleepy. "Just one more chapter and I'll close my eyes." A really fast paced tale that puts the reader right in the picture, feels like you are there in the snow storm with everyone. I've read Ms. Michaels stories before, her Vigilantes series are especially enjoyable, but this is unlike anything else.