Book Reviews of What Men Want (Red Dress Ink)

What Men Want (Red Dress Ink)
What Men Want - Red Dress Ink
Author: Deborah Blumenthal
ISBN-13: 9780373895694
ISBN-10: 0373895690
Publication Date: 2/1/2006
Pages: 320
Rating:
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.
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3.1 stars, based on 42 ratings
Publisher: Red Dress Ink
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
The cover and the backpage blurb are misleading. This book has a lot more depth than what either hint at. If I were Blumenthal, I'd be p.o.'d at Red Dress for trivalizing what is a thoughtful, well-done book. (And a nice romance too!)
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Helpful Score: 3
this book really reminded me of the movie with Julie Roberts and Nick Nolte when they were both reporters... great read



Q: How does a thirty-five-year-old reporter with a vanilla-sounding name like Jenny George know so much about men?
A: She really doesn't. Not since her live-in boyfriend traded up for the model he met in the ad campaign she created!
But Jenny is about to be clued in. When her newspaper sends her to the Caribbean to write an expose, she's pitted against the man who is the bane of her professional existence, Slaid Warren. Slaid takes issue with Jenny's quest to be the best and sets out to show her 1)There's more to life than just work; 2)They're stronger when they work as a team and not at cross-purposes and 3)He really does live up to all his hype. Armed with these new insights -- and a killer tan -- Jenny suddenly couldn't care less about what men want. Instead she's launching her own plan that's guaranteed to give her exactly what she needs.
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Helpful Score: 2
Jenny George, a successful political columnist at the New York Daily has only one thorn in her side: Slaid Warren, her handsome rival at a competing paper. When Jenny uncovers a possible scandal involving public officials in the city's film office taking bribes from a Hollywood mogul, Jenny's editor decides to send her to the posh hotel in the Caribbean where the meeting is taking place. While Jenny is excited about scooping Slaid, she's reluctant to leave her boyfriend, Chris, alone around Christmastime working on an ad campaign featuring a beautiful model. But Jenny dutifully pursues the story, even getting close the movie producer, who clearly wants to bed her. But when Slaid Warren shows up, Jenny starts to worry about getting scooped--and about her growing interest in Slaid.
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Great competition between the heroine and the hero.
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Q: How does a thirty-five-year-old reporter with a vanilla-sounding name like Jenny George know so much about men?
A: She really doesn't. Not since her live-in boyfriend traded up for the model he met in the ad campaign she created!
But Jenny is about to be clued in. When her newspaper sends her to the Caribbean to write an expose, she's pitted against the man who is the bane of her professional existence, Slaid Warren. Slaid takes issue with Jenny's quest to be the best and sets out to show her 1)There's more to life than just work; 2)They're stronger when they work as a team and not at cross-purposes and 3)He really does live up to all his hype. Armed with these new insights -- and a killer tan -- Jenny suddenly couldn't care less about what men want. She's way too busy shedding her own cocoon and becoming the self-assured woman she wants to be!
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Very funny, a perfect chick lit book !!
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Given the title, seems like a rather slender volume.
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A fast read...OK chick lit
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Very cute & a fast read!