Book Reviews of Jane Millionaire

Jane Millionaire
Jane Millionaire
Author: Janice Lynn
ISBN-13: 9780505526649
ISBN-10: 0505526646
Publication Date: 11/29/2005
Pages: 336
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Cute book-good read
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Good read. It was a reality show book. The two main characters fight their attraction because she was suppose to fall in love with one of the canidates instead of the producer.
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Cute read
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fun read - light hearted
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Cute story- predictable but good! :)
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On the set of Wolf TV's hot new reality show "Jane Millionaire", the steamiest scenes aren't in front of the camera - they're in between takes.

With twelve gorgeous bachelors at her beck and call, Jill Davidson (aka Jane) should be in heaven. Instead, her insides are sizzling, and the guy responsible isn't even a real contestant!

Rob Lancaster loathes reality television, but producing "Jane Millionaire" is worse then anything. If only his star weren't quite so appealing. If only there weren't so many other hunks hanging around. If only he himself were Mr. Jane Millionaire...

On TV or off, anything can happen.
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So good book -read the whole thing in a few hours! Only a few minor things that bugged me. No real suspense, and the curve/mystery (with the reality show) thrown in is figured out almost as soon as they're introduced. But overall a cute story(though not the most original). You get a couple different perspectives but for the most part it's just the H and h's pov.

I loved the heroine: intelligent, strong and assertive. Though she's described as a tomboy you don't really get that impression (other than she's really good at sports) The hero was typical hero material...not to say he was bad (he wasn't) He just didn't really stand out. He does seem to vacillate between his jerky and sweet moments for a bit (but the end is nice) and he comes with the baggage from a failed marriage (we don't get too many details about how she did what she did to the H, but enough that you don't ask many questions).

The only really annoying thing is the end is a bit abrupt. They get their HEA but an epilogue would have been nice.