Book Reviews of Man at Work

Man at Work
Man at Work
Author: Elaine Fox
ISBN-13: 9780380817849
ISBN-10: 0380817845
Publication Date: 7/1/2002
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 94 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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This is a fun romance novel. It has a different twist to it. The blue collar guy is really a very wealthy guy looking for a woman to love who isn't in love with his money. Only the heroine doesn't know he is wealthy. A good beach novel.
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Other than the constant flip-flopping back and forth by both main characters this is a fun read. The puppy rescue was enough to cause me to laugh out loud and was worth the predictable romance plot.
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Fun book - light and easy.
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very cute story!
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Great story!
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Truman (Tru or Harley for short) is bored, and decides to leave his affluent life style behind for construction work. He assumes that Marcy is one of the rich snobbish women that he has been exposed to so often in the past, and decides that he only wants her if she can accept him as he appears to be. Disaster is going to strike....
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Beauty and the Brawn. Truman Fleming has spent enough days wearing a suit--and enought nights on the arm of silly socialites--to last a lifetime. So he straps on a toolbelt and decides to live the simple life. But things definitely get complicated when he runs smack into lady lawyer Marcy Paglinowski.
Marcy's strived hard to become a lawyer, and the last thing she needs is a is a working man, even one like Truman--who's got biceps and triceps galore--and who certainly knows how to work with those hands.
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Entertaining.
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Fun light hearted romance
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This book was pretty good, a typical contemporary romance with a couple of chuckles within.
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Truman Fleming has spent enough days wearing a suit - and enough nights on the arm of silly socialites - to last a lifetime. After all, he has better things to do with his hands than push pencils and spend the family fortune, so he straps on a toolbelt and decided to live the simple life. But things definitely get complicated when he runs smack into lady lawyer Marcy Paglinowski. Together, they rescue a terrified puppy...and soon the sparks that fly ignite more than just their sympathy.

Marcy's strived hard to become a lawyer and the last thing she needs is a workin' man - even one like Truman - who's got biceps and triceps galore...and who certainly knows how to work with those hands. No, she's determined to find a reliable guy with a steady paycheck and a four door vehicle, and Truman, no matter how sexy he looks in tight, dusty jeans and a t-shirt, isn't for her...or is he?
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Very funny in the great way that Elaine Fox writes. You want to keep reading this book.
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Could not put this book down. sweet, cute, romance at it's best. When was the truth going to come out about the two? I could just see all of the events taking place in my mind. Great use of colorful language.
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I am glad I picked this up because I forgot about Elaine Fox for a while. Great little romance where both parties are guilty and at fault for being too judgemental. I loved that both of them had valid arguments and are just a little bit right about each other.

On the negative side, I thought some of the scenes were too wordy and dragged on too much. But still a nice fluffy read.
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Millionaire in hiding, trying to live the simple life, finds his life becoming very complicated after meeting gorgeous, lawyer.
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Truman Fleming has spent enough days wearing a suit---and enough nights on the arm of silly socilites---to last a lifetime. After all, he has better things to do with his hands than push pencils and spend the family fortune, so he straps on a toolbelt and decides to live the simple life. But things definitely get complicated when he runs smack into lady lawyer Marcy Paglinowski. Together, they rescue a terrified puppy...and soon the sparks that fly ignite more than just their sympathy. Marcy's strived hard to become a lawyer, and the last thing she needs is a workin' man---even one like Truman---who's got biceps and triceps galore...and who certainly knows how to work with those hands.