Book Reviews of Bringing Up Baby New Year / Frisky Business (Harlequin Duets, No 16)

Bringing Up Baby New Year / Frisky Business (Harlequin Duets, No 16)
Bringing Up Baby New Year / Frisky Business - Harlequin Duets, No 16
Author: Vicki Lewis Thompson, Tracy South
ISBN-13: 9780373440825
ISBN-10: 0373440820
Publication Date: 12/1/1999
Pages: 376
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Bringing up Baby NY: Bachelor Joe Northwood had it made. He came home every night to find the pillows fluffed, his sheets drawn back . . . courtesy of his sexy hosuekeeper. As the New Year approached Joe's only resultion was to catch Darcie O'Banyon under the mistletoe, but he got more than he bargained for . . . Darcie had a baby! (excerpted from back cover)

Frisky Business: Continuous fighting in the office got Kyle Sanders and Laura Everett shipped out to the wilderness to learn to cooperate . . . or else. When they learned their company was at risk in a merger they escaped in a "not technically stolen" car and learned that losing their jobs was the least of their worries, when they were so close to losing their hearts. ((excerpted from back cover)
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Great book! If you are a harlequinn fan then you must read this.
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Not having to pay rent is a good way to save money. Joe Northwood wants to open his own business. In order to save money, he is house-sitting for the winter. The beautiful house even includes a cleaning service called "The French Maid". Joe imagines a sexy housekeeper in a little French Maid's costume. But when he meets Darcie O'Banyon, he finds a no-nonsense Irish woman with a baby. The baby certainly was not part of his fantasy.

I usually like Vicki Lewis Thompson's humor, but I didn't care for this book. Joe jumps from one dumb conclusion to the next. It was supposed to be funny, but it didn't work for my. My rating: 2 Stars.