Book Reviews of Whole Lotta Trouble

Whole Lotta Trouble
Whole Lotta Trouble
Author: Stephanie Bond
ISBN-13: 9780060565428
ISBN-10: 006056542X
Publication Date: 10/1/2004
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 65 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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Her name is Bond-- Stephanie Bond. And I will buy anything she writes!!! One of the reigning courtesans of easy to read light romance with a heavy dose of comedy.
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Things are not always as they appear! This will keep you reading and guessing,light read but fun!
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Stephanie Bond is a fun read author. If you like contemporary romance and some hot fun this is one for you.
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Very good book once you get into it. There were some twists in the plot I didn't expect, which was nice.
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This book was entertaining, a light and easy read.
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Three women, one furious, one scorned, and one ruthless, decide to humiliate the bad boy agent and the plot goes off without a glitch - until they discover the next morning that Jerry is dead and not of humiliation. Toss in a missing manuscript worth millions, a sexy cop, and a bike messenger delivering desire, and the women suddenly realize that when it comes to friendship, flirtation, and felony, they're in a whole lotta trouble.
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From Publishers Weekly: "When three young female New York editors come up with a sassy scheme to publicly expose a notoriously womanizing literary agent, little do they imagine he'll end up not just naked (and tied up in S/M gear) but dead. All do, however, have motives for murder: the smarmy fellow has personally humiliated successful Felicia Redmon, professionally backstabbed not-so-successful Tallie Blankenship and plagiarized the plot of a book that means the world to ambitious Jan Glass. So confessing that they were the last to see their tormentor alive is likely to make them prime suspects, even in the eyes of Tallie's protective new cop boyfriend. But if they stay silent, they may wind up being the real murderer's next victims. While whodunit isn't revealed till the book's surprise ending, the suspense isn't the kind that kills you. As is typical of Bond's books (Party Crashers, etc.), the overall tone is deliciously frothy, and small comedic details abound: high-powered Felicia is a secret super housewife who cleans, cooks and lies about it, and Jan has changed her name from plain "Jane" to appear more glamorously French. And though romance is not the book's main focus, there's enough love between the laughs to keep relationship-minded readers happy." Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc.
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Ome woman is furious, Tallie Blankenship is a small town girl to make her mark on Manhattan's publishing scene,even at the expense of a personal life.she's thrilled to be working with a high-profile mystery writer,until sleazy superagent,Jerry Key threatens to yank the project unless she sleeps with him...
Feloicia Redman is an accomplished editor with the world at her beautiful feet. But behindclosed doors,her former lover,Jerry Key ,is making her life miserable. After she receives s taunting nude photo of herself at hre office, Felicia becomes desperate..
Jane Glasss is an e-book editor with an identity crisis and an attitude. When she discovers Jerry Key stole material from one of her authors,she sees red....
The women's plot to humillate the bad-boy agent goes off without a glitch..until they discover the next moring that Jerry is dead,and not of humilation,Toss in a missing manuscript worth millions,a sexy cop,and a bike messenger delivering desire,and the women suddenly realize that when it comes to friendship,and felony,they're in a whole lotta trouble!!