I'm sure there were plot holes a mile wide, but I just can't seem to care when it comes to Crusie. This wasn't my absolute favorite of hers, but it ranks up there. Here's to suspension of disbelief, a glass of wine, and a good book.
New York Times best selling author. So far this is my favorite Jennifer Crusie book. A reformed conman meets a sweet respectable art dealer and all hell breaks loose. Fantastic colorful characters, with nice plot twists. Excellent. About 400 pages.
P.S. Read Welcome to Temptation first! This story is a continuation.
My favorite Jennifer Crusie book!! I was reluctant at first...it didn't catch me right away but after the first chapter or so, I began to get into it and then I just loved it! Laughed out loud while reading.
Standard chick lit - but entertaining nonetheless.
Anything by Cruisie is awesome.
Another wonderful book by Jennifer Crusie. Delightful.
Lots of fun characters! I really enjoyed the book!
Mural artist Tilda Goodnight is struggling to pay off the mortgage on the family business and keep the Goodnight secrets safely hidden. Juggling her life gets even more complicated when she hides in Clea Lewis's closet and collides with sexy Davy Dempsey. Tilda is in Clea's bedroom to steal back a forged painting; Davy's there to steal Clea's account codes and retrieve the $3 million the larcenous blonde stole from him. Somehow, Tilda finds herself exchanging a mind-blowing kiss with her fellow burglar, and when Davy follows her home and rents a room from her mother, she's forced to deal with the charming con man. Everyone in Tilda's world is pretending to be someone else, including her daydreaming mother, her split-personality sister, and her cross-dressing ex-brother-in-law. All of them, including Tilda and Davy, are Faking It. What will happen when all the secrets are out and everyone knows the truth about everyone else? Will Davy recover his 3 million? Will Tilda recover all the forged paintings and find her true artistic calling? Will Tilda's mother run off to Aruba with a hit man named Ford? And exactly what is the difference between a man labeled a "doughnut" and one who deserves the title "muffin"?
Very funny book. Dialouge is great and the characters are well developed.
This book is the best book I've read lately. The dialogue and characters are witty, offbeat and funny. I'm looking for more of this author's work!