Book Reviews of How to Trap a Tycoon

How to Trap a Tycoon
How to Trap a Tycoon
Author: Elizabeth Bevarly
ISBN-13: 9780380810482
ISBN-10: 0380810484
Publication Date: 6/1/2000
Pages: 376
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 77 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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I liked this book, it was a fast, fairly light read. Oddly enough and maybe this is saying something about me, my favorite character was Carlotta, the heroine's mother:) If you already read Elizabeth Bevarly, you won't be disappointed...and it you don't read Elizabeth Bevarly, well, you really should!
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This book is TOTALLY delightful! I have not laughed so hard in a long time! Sociology professor, Dorsey MacGuinness writes a guide on how to marry a millionaire (loosely based on her mothers experience) as a toungue in cheek satire, which women determine to take seriously. She is embarrassed that her book is a bestseller. Meantime, she has been eyeing Adam, who publishes a popular men's magazine. He determines that he will get the story, and turn the tables on the mystery author... Tons of references to the movie with Marilyn.
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I like this author. This was a fun read.
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Nice solid romantic comedy. Some very funny moments.
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Good book cannot loose choosing a Elizabeth Bevarly book
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One of her best! Funny and lighthearted with some interesting twists.
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Hysterical!
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Fun story about at mousy Soc grad student who writes a hot bestseller under an assumed name, and how she gets "outed". Wonderful secondary story. All told, well developed characters, carefully designed plot that work.
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A cute story about a woman who is not sure who she is,bartender, professor or author.
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very funny book i have not read alot of her books but im going to be looking for more of them for sure.
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This was one of the first "chick lit" books I read and it made me excited about the genre. It's a relatively unique look at finding the perfect guy.
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Romance book for your dark and stormy night.