Fun, mindless read. It had me laughing.
Light, fun read, but nothing spectacular
for her phd sociologist Leah decides to see who has more fun blondes or brunettes. you be the judge in this classic tale of two different people who are really just one.
This was a great, light hearted book. Very quick to read, so perfect for reading on a plane or on the beach. Loved it & highly recommend it!
I was not sure I would like this book when I picked it up but I thought I should at least give it a fair shake it seemed funny. I am very glad I did give it a fair shake the book was hilarious. Now while some of the events taking place were a bit unbelievable the story itself was still fun. Following the love and business of a family and their friends and the relationships they build is a great ride.
If youre looking for a fun quick read this book will do that for you. It is a fun light and airy chic lit book and Trish Jensen does a great job. This one actually had me wishing that there was another one to find out what happens with Mark and Leah, and Gramps and all the other fun little characters you meet in this book. To be sure it is not a book that is full of tons of thinking and plot twists, it is just good fun.
Second book to "Against his will" Both excellent!
Tish Jensen is a one-woman laugh riot. Ha ha.
I LOVED this book!!! I started it at lunch and finished it by 5pm. It was so good i didnt want to put it down.
A mousy nerd gets a make over to see if blonds really have more fun.
Very cute. Going to look for more by this author right now.
Sociologist Leah Smith is sure that a blond bombshell with no credentials will get a job before a flat-chested Plain Jane with lots of skill and experience, so she morphs into "Candi-with-an-I" Devereaux. She has lots of help with her transformation from her brother, Steve, because to test the security in his company, he is pretending to be his twin sister, Stephanie. Of course Candi gets hired, but so does Leah. Then things really get tricky when Leah becomes interested in Steve's security expert, Mark, whom she thinks is a handyman. But Mark knows that Leah and Candi are one and the same. Meanwhile, sparks are also igniting between Steve and his corporate rival, Kate Bloom, who is also inexplicably attracted to Stephanie. As full of disguises as a Shakespeare play or a Mozart opera, this fast-paced, zany comedy is guaranteed to bring on the giggles.
I really enjoyed this book. It had some laugh out loud moments, that had my kids looking at me funny.
Another funny, sexy romantic comedy from a promising author.
Looks like fun, but I have too many W.E.B. Griffen books to read in front of it.
"All I will say is I liked this book. Nothing like a romantic comedy."
A very cute, funny and sweet story.