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My So-Called Love Life (Love Inspired)
My So-Called Love Life - Love Inspired
Author: Allie Pleiter
Lindy Edwards thanks God every day for her job as the voice of a famous cartoon character -- even if it doesn't do much for her love life. But when a drop in ratings leads the network to send in consultant Leo Corbin, Lindy's heart rate soars.
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ISBN-13: 9780373873852
ISBN-10: 0373873859
Publication Date: 8/1/2006
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 36 ratings
Publisher: Steeple Hill
Book Type: Paperback
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Breninithaca avatar reviewed My So-Called Love Life (Love Inspired) on + 376 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
I think this was probably the most enjoyable Love Inspired romance I have read so far, and I've read a lot of them!
dbs avatar reviewed My So-Called Love Life (Love Inspired) on + 329 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
I really liked this book. I was a bit iffy because I am not religious-religious, but was intrigued by the book description. There is faith, but they don't beat you over the head with it and actually reassures you that strong faith doesn't involve not having a fun, real life. And it was a nice, clean book too----I am so bored with the same ol'-same ol' sex scenes and authors who use swear words instead of intelligent dialogue.
reviewed My So-Called Love Life (Love Inspired) on + 313 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Cute book, well worth reading!

A cartoon character is ruining my love life!

Yes, it's true. I'm the voice of Maggy Hoot, the wisecracking owl from the hit animated series Arborville. And as soon as any cute or eligible or even breathing guy realizes what I do for a living, the relationship is over before it's started.

I'm actually Lindy Edwards, a smart, educated woman who would really like to get past the third date with a nice Christian man without having to give a hoot-owl impersonation. Is that too much to ask?
dancingqueen18 avatar reviewed My So-Called Love Life (Love Inspired) on + 77 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
It's not often that a Love Inspired book really grabs me, but this one sure did! A+
Sparkles avatar reviewed My So-Called Love Life (Love Inspired) on + 79 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
A young woman is the voice of a character in an animated series, is there any man out there who will not ask her to play the character and take her seriously?
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reviewed My So-Called Love Life (Love Inspired) on + 95 more book reviews
I enjoy the Love Inspired books because they are quick reads with a message, this one however, may be my favorite. This book was funny and entertaining yet it seemed "deeper" than other LI books in the way the issues were discussed and dealt with. Highly recommended.
reviewed My So-Called Love Life (Love Inspired) on + 28 more book reviews
Surprise, surprise -- I loved this book! I don't usually read Love Inspired, but I laughed out loud and loved the fact that the book wasn't preachy. Yes, there is faith involved, but the author didn't beat you over the head with it. I liked both the main characters and even found myself getting fond of some of the others even though they were slightly messed up(because aren't we all?)
All in all, a good story, a quick read & one of the more enjoyable Love Inspired books I've tried.
PrairieBlue avatar reviewed My So-Called Love Life (Love Inspired) on + 76 more book reviews
A cartoon character is ruining my love life!
Yes, it's true. I'm the voice of Maggy Hoot, the wisecracking owl from the hit animated series Arborville. And as soon as any cute or eligible or even breathing guy realizes what I do for a living, the relationship is over before it's started.

I'm actually Lindy Edwards, a smart, educated woman who would really like to get past the third date with a nice Christian man without having to give a hoot-owl impersonation. Is that too much to ask?


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