Book Reviews of Life According To Lucy (Harlequin Flipside)

Life According To Lucy (Harlequin Flipside)
Life According To Lucy - Harlequin Flipside
Author: Cindi Myers
ISBN-13: 9780373441846
ISBN-10: 0373441843
Publication Date: 2/1/2004
Pages: 224
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Life According To Lucy (Harlequin Flipside) on + 13 more book reviews
Lucy Lake's Rules:

1. Anything can be cured by shopping.

2. A little extra sleep can't hurt (even if it might cost you your job!)

3. Only when you're absolutely, positively desperate do you dare move back home!

So not quite sure of her next step, Lucy has turned her attention to her late mother's garden. With old Mr. Polhemus's help, surely she can bring some life back into the roses? Oops. The new (i.e., definitely not old!) gardener has some ideas about what Lucy should be doingand not doing.

But sometimes the best outfits appear in the least likely places. And it looks as though something is finally about to bloom....
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Very cute & funny
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One of the best Flipsides I ever read....it was funny and the characters had depth.
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This was a wonderfully light book! I had never read a Harlequin Flipside before, but if you're looking for a fast, funny, light read I would definatly suggest this book!
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Lucy hated meeting people before noon! And now she had to go meet one about flower beds.
She staggered to the kitchen, but she didn't see the old gardener. Instead, she saw a guy with broad shoulders and thick blond hair. She froze. This was definitely a man who would notice her wrinkled shirt and rat's-nest hair, not to mention her leg stubble.
She backed toward her room. She'd just go change clothes, wet her hair and blow it dry, shave her legs, put on makeup - "Lucy! There you are." Great. Outed by her ever-so-helpful father.
Trapped, she moved her legs automatically as she stared at the gorgeous stranger. He had on more clothes today, but there was no mistaking those broad shoulders and that smile. It was the hot guy who had witnessed her humiliation yesterday. And it looked as if he was about to go two for two!
Lucy Lake's Rules:
1. Anything can be cured by shopping.
2. A little extra sleep can't hurt (even if it might cost you your job!)
3. Only when you're absolutely positively desperate do you dare move back home!
So not quite sure of her next step, Lucy has turned her attention to her late mother's garden. With old Mr. Polhemus's help, surely she can bring some life back into the roses? Oops. The new (i.e. definitely not old!) gardener has omse ideas about what Lucy should be doing - and not doing.
But sometimes the best outfits appear in the least likely places. And it looks as though something is finally about to bloom...