Book Reviews of Passion and Illusion

Passion and Illusion
Passion and Illusion
Author: Barbara Delinsky
ISBN-13: 9780061042324
ISBN-10: 0061042323
Publication Date: 5/1/1994
Pages: 336
Rating:
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3.7 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: HarperTorch
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Great relaxing read.
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i love Barbra Delinsky. Two lovable characters who need to find their way together.
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Good read.
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New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinsky captures the magic and truth of love in this delightful tale, first published in 1983, of opposites attracting.

A controversial Boston radio talk-show host, Monica Grant is a strong, willful, and independent woman. She wants an equally strong man. Someone like the heroes in the romance novels she's addicted to ... someone like Michael Shaw.

A cop with the heart of a poet, Michael is looking for that special someone, too -- an old-fashioned, feminine woman. And for some reason he thinks Monica just might be the one. By turns infuriatingly chauvinistic and irresistibly attractive, Michael demands something from Monica that she doesn't know if she can give -- or even wants to. With Michael, can she find the happy ending of her own love story?
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A Boston radio talk show host highly critical of the city's police department, Monica Grant is a strong woman, willful and independent. She wants an equally strong man, one she won't intimidate. Someone like the heroes in the romance novels she is addicted to..someone like Michael Shaw.
Michael, a cop with a touch of the poet mixed in, is looking for someone special as well-an old fashioned, soft, and feminine woman. And for some reason he thinks Monica could be that woman. By turns infuriatingly chauvinistic and irresistibly attractive, Michael demands something from Monica that she doesn't know if she can give-if she even wants to give it. In her book, there's always a happy ending. In real life its never that easy.