Book Reviews of Where There's a Will (Close to Home, No 1)

Where There's a Will (Close to Home, No 1)
Where There's a Will - Close to Home, No 1
Author: Day Leclaire
ISBN-13: 9780373361069
ISBN-10: 0373361068
Publication Date: 2007
Pages: 219
Rating:
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.
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3.2 stars, based on 127 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
Light-hearted fare. The dog alone is worth the read.
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Helpful Score: 3
Although I'm not a fan of romance novels, I enjoyed this one involving a missing will. Aunt Maudie has hidden the will and it is up to Callie to find it if she wants to save the childhood home where she felt loved and safe. Dropped off by her often married mother, it is the only home that Callie ever had. Her disorganization coupled with the orderly mind of her stepbrother lead to romance while solving the mystery.
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Helpful Score: 2
A bit to "mushy" for me but sometimes a change of pace is good. A quick read and all in all, not a bad read.
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Helpful Score: 1
Light romance with a touch of mystery. Basic formula.
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Helpful Score: 1
1st book in the Close to Home Series.
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This is not a Christian Romance.
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very good book, fast reading.
Rules don't count for Callie, and Julian had a whole book full of them--Rules he requested her to follow! Such as
Ahhh, but could she get Julian to see that their relationship had nothing to do with business? Because when it came to love, there were no rules.

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From the back of the book. Managment and organization were Julian Lord's areas of expertise. Not so for Callie Marcus. With a two hundred pound St. Bernard who thought he was human, and a house in the midst of being demolished--er, remodeled--Callie was going to nead Julian's expertise. As well as his cooperation. Because even after her death Aunt Maudie was playing games. She'd hidden her will, and with any luck, Callie and Julian would find it and love.
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Management and organization were Julian Lord's areas of expertise. Not so for Callie Marcus. With a two-hundred-pound St. Bernard who thought he was human, and a house in the midst of being demolished - er, remodeled - Callie was going to need Julian's expertise. As well as his cooperation. Because even after her death, Aunt Maudie was playing games. She'd hidden her will, and with any luck, Callie and Julian would find it...and love.
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Close to Home / A wonderful storyline / funny / and so close to true
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a ST. Bernard, a Ghost and remodeling ...
oh yeah, and heterosexual romance
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Haven't read this one.