Book Reviews of Just Trust Me

Just Trust Me
Just Trust Me
Author: Judy Markey
ISBN-13: 9780778321958
ISBN-10: 0778321959
Publication Date: 7/1/2005
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
I enjoyed the book. Not too long. Story of a single mother playing with all of lifes curve balls. Her ex husband, who she hasn't spoken or seen in fifteen years, writes her with a proposition that she can't refuse.
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Helpful Score: 3
Great book, I read it in 2 days because I couldn't keep my hands off it! Highly recommended.
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Helpful Score: 2
Alright, so I found this on my bookshelf and decided to give it a try. It looked pretty good.

Basically, it's about Kate Lerner who's ex-husband who disappeared on her 15 years ago without child support or alimony sends her a letter saying he's dying and he has a proposition for her.

I expected so much more from this book. It only starts getting good at page 300 and by good, I mean less like you want to throw it away.

All through the book it's just Kate debating what she wants to do and talking it through with several different people. It's so annoying.

I did not enjoy this book at all. I was skipping and trying to get ahead. It just wasn't good.
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Helpful Score: 1
Great book. It was a new author for me.
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Helpful Score: 1
Good Book!!!
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Helpful Score: 1
This book was pretty fun to read. I enjoyed the book and would recommend it to anyone looking for an easy, fast read.
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Helpful Score: 1
I loved it! It was fast, funny and took some totally expected turns.
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Helpful Score: 1
Just hit your "Back" button and go find another book.
A weak, victimized, totally dependant female crying and weaping because her teenage son is unhappy with her. So she'll go sleep with her coworker and make happy. Puhlease.
A promising storyline with a protagonist I'd like to toss out a very high window.
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This book is a wonderful, enjoyable book.
She did a wonderful job writing this I just wish I could ask her what was on her mind when she sat down to write some of this. She is my favorite author. I hope to read her other book called "Daddy Clock". Great job Judy I loved your book!!



~!Sierra!~
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I expected a whole lot more from this book before I started reading it and about 1/3 the way thru was
truly disappointed! Forced myself to finish it....don't know why! Not that good.
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"I'm dying. I'm very rich. I have an extremely interesting offer for you."

Kate Lerner, a Chicago radio host, cannot believe what she's reading when the letter comes. It's from her ex-husband, Richard, who disappeared fifteen years ago when their son, Danny, was still a toddler. Not a word, not a dollar has come Kate's way in all that time...until now, when this despicable man has the audacity to come back into her life.

What does it mean? And even though she could surely use some financial help, does Kate really want to find out? Her twin sister, Karen, says of course. Even David, the new man in her life, agrees.

When Kate finally hears what Richard has to say, she decides that his outlandish proposal is worth one innocent lie to her family. But one lie inevitably leads to another, triggering a chain of events that completely turns her carefully constructed world upside down.
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"I'm dying. I'm very rich. I have an extremely interesting offer for you."
Karen Lerner, a Chicago radio host, cannot believe what she's reading when the letter comes. It's from her ex-husband, Richard, who disappeared fifteen years ago when their son, Danny, was still a toddler. Not a word, not a dollar has come Kate's way in all that time...until now, when this despicable man the audacity to come back into her life.
What does it mean? And even though she could surely use some financial help, does Kate really want to find out? Her twin sister, Karen, says of course. Even David, the new man in her life, agrees.
When Karen finally hears what Richard has to say, she decides that his outlandish proposal is worth one innocent lie to her family. But one lie inevitably leads to another, triggering a chain of events that completely turns her carefully constructed world upside down.