Book Reviews of Kissing Frogs

Kissing Frogs
Kissing Frogs
Author: Laura Marie Altom
ISBN-13: 9780505525680
ISBN-10: 0505525682
Publication Date: 1/2004
Pages: 368
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 62 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 5
This book is a bit outside my normal genre but it was very cute & funny. It was a bit repetitive in some places, but it got better as it went along. I really didnt expect to enjoy it as much as I did. A female scientist finds a new species of frog & is so happy she kisses it and it turns into a prince. What follows is really a funny read!
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Helpful Score: 3
This was an interesting read. The characters had a lot of personality and they were very amusing. It would be a funny movie.
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Helpful Score: 2
Very, very cute book! I almost kept it for myself...lol. A female biologist finds a rare frog WITH eyelashes, but he's actually an enchanted prince. She's almost rather have the frog than man,lol, but finally decides she wants the man. Can they live in peace? The ending is a suprise!!! Very cute and funny.
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Good book. Very cute story line.
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It is a really great book. If you love fairy tales you'll love this book.
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This book was one of the best that I have read in some time! It is a very cute book with a charming frog prince!
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Nice quick read!
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A fun frivolous romp that will entice readers to keep laughing and reading.
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This is a very entertaining modern fairy tale.
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Cute book where biologist finds rare frog and in her excitement gives him a kiss....and poof her frog turns into a prince.
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Good story, nice plot the whole nine yards.
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Okay but not great. I like Graysons fairy-tale series better.
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This is one of the best books I have read this year. I am looking forward to reading other books by Laura Marie Altom.
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Fun, light read.
Biologist Lucy Gordon had one chance in a million to capture her every dream. Money. Fame. And most important finally earning her fathers respect. It all depended on her discovering a new species of frog. Then one day by a miraculous twist of fate, that frog found her. Consumed by joy, she kissed the little bugger smack dab on his lips. Poof! In his place was more than 200lb of wholly naked, wholly medieval bad boy prince.
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Very cute story. I enjoyed it very much. I did want to shake the main character a couple of times and tell her to get on with it already though.
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A great read kept me on the edge of my seat waiting for them to finally make it! A 5 star keeper!
Was disappointed not to find others by her that were in the same vein. Any suggestions?
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Paranormal Romance, Biologist Lucy Gordon has one goal in mind: to win her father's-and the scientific community's-respect by discovering a particular species of frog-and, surprisingly, she does! The only problem is that when she impulsively kisses her roadside discovery, he turns into a gorgeous, naked, Welsh prince. While Lucy has a hard time believing what has actually happened, she is soon captivated by Prince Wolfe of Gwyneddor-and is then faced with the decision of a lifetime
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A MODERN DAY FAIRY TALE!!!
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A Modern Day Fairy Tale
Biologist Lucy Gordon had one chance in a million to capture her every dream. Money. Fame. And most important--finally earning her father's resect. It all depended upon her discovering a new species of frog. The one day, by a miraculous twist of fate, that frog found her. Consumed with joy, she kissed the little bugger smack dab on his lips.
Poof! As magically as he'd appeared, he was gone. In his place was more than two hundred pounds of wholly naked medieval bad-boy prince who claimed she'd saved him from an amphibian eternity. But Lucy didn't want a prince: she wanted her frog. she wantedher dreams. Until the gorgeous prince returned her kiss and her soul melted, and her choice became less clear. with the power to transform Wolfe back into a wart-covered creature, Lucy had to choo9se her own happily ever after; fame, money, and respect? Or love?

I loved this book!!!!!
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A modern day fairy tale. Shunned by the scientific world because of her erroneous reporting of the discovery of a new breed of frogs, biologist Lucy Gordon is reduced to teaching science in a British boarding school. Then one day she finds a truly unusual frog and in her excitement, kisses it. The frog instantly turns into a large naked man claiming to be a medieval prince. She then must choose between fame in the academic world and the handsome prince.
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Biologist Lucy Gordon had one chance in a million to capture her every dream. Money. Fame. And most important...finally earning her father's respect. It all depended upon her discovering a new species of frog. Then one day, by a miraculous twist of fate, that frog found her. Consumed with joy, she kissed the little bugger smack dab on his lips.

Poof! As magically as he'd appeared, he was gone. In his place was more than two hundred pounds of wholly naked, wholly medieval bad-boy prince who claimed she'd saved him from an amphibian eternity. But Lucy didn't want a prince; she wanted her frog. She wanted her dreams. Until the gorgeous prince returned her kiss and her soul melted, and her choice became less clear. With the power to transform Wolfe back into a wart-covered creature, Lucy had to chose her own happily ever after: fame, money, and respect? Or love?
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Biologist finds unique frog, kisses it, and, voila, a prince appears