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Book Reviews of Bedroom Eyes

Bedroom Eyes
Bedroom Eyes
Author: Hailey North
ISBN-13: 9780380798957
ISBN-10: 0380798956
Publication Date: 7/1998
Pages: 377
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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6 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

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Silly at times, but a fun read.
MaxieCat avatar reviewed Bedroom Eyes on + 261 more book reviews
I found this book a bit silly, but if you like "supernatural" contemporary romance then it is definitely readable.
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This is a contemporary romance book. It has been a while since I read it but I know I liked it as I do most of her books. Overworked female attorney meets hunky cop. It is a whimsical read - a great beach book.
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Enjoyable Read !!!
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Tax attorney, Penelope Sue Fields has become one of New Orleans' top experts, in under six months time. Romantically, the prim and proper Penelope is sadly lacking. After being passed up by males most of her life, it comes as quite a surprise when attorney David Hinson, begins to pursue Penelope. David is attractive, wealthy, and intent on marrying her but turns out to be so "not" exciting, Penelope invents a lover, Raoul.
Undercover cop, Tony Olano is investigating David, who has mob ties. Tony has seen Penelope on a date with David, making her a suspect in his case. Tony is confused when he observes Penelope visiting a Bourbon Street voodoo shop, nor why he is so attracted to someone who is obviously a prude. Penelope certainly gets his blood humming, though.
Penelope is stunned by her reaction to his BEDROOM EYES after a "chance" meeting on an elevator. She is immediately attracted to Tony, which is very good, because Tony doesn't seem to be going away.
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a bit kooky, but, a funny book.
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