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The Rana Look
The Rana Look
Author: Sandra Brown
The modeling world called it the Rana Look ... the exotic, one-of-a-kind allure that only supermodel Rana Ramsey could deliver. With her green eyes, olive skin, and wildly lustrous auburn hair, Rana posed for ad campaigns and strutted down runways all over the world, naming her own price to sell everything from cosmetics to women’s lingeri...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780553576054
ISBN-10: 0553576054
Publication Date: 12/2/2003
Pages: 256
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.

3.2 stars, based on 95 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette
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Helpful Score: 1
After listening to the Audio Book of THE RANA LOOK...
I laughed so hard & I talked back to the characters!
If you want to be thoroughly entertained & if you are having one of those days when you want some laughter in your day THE RANA LOOK is sure to PLEASE!
I had a great time with the(sweet) HERO CLINT !
Wow what a fun loving wild & keep me laughing type of HUNK!
What a treat to have a great feel good story entwined with Love & laughter well combined!
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reviewed The Rana Look on + 34 more book reviews
Wow! This book is AMAZING!

This one has got it all, and Sandra did an awesome job of interweaving it all in this enchanting tale about a woman, Rana, that has lost interest in her life as a model and being told what to do from her pushy nag of a mother. She walks away from it all, and starts a new life across country in Galveston, TX. Six months later is where the book actually starts, and she's made pals with the landlady, Ruby, from where she's renting.

Ruby's nephew, Trent, comes to the boardinghouse in need of rejuvination. His arm has been bothering him and it needs to heal in time for the new football season. So to pass time, he is fascinated by this woman that garbs herself in unflattering drab rags/clothes. Being irritating becomes his sort of enjoyment. Well, a rather awkward friendship starts between Rana and Trent... which develops into an attraction and *sparks* fly off the page.

It is amazing what Ms. Brown accomplishes in this intriguing piece of work. Sometimes it seems almost childish the way Rana and Trent pick at each other, or argue. But the love that develops between them is one of a kind. And Rana knows it is true because of the way she has disguised herself the past couple of months. And with mixed feelings from the other characters, Trent doesn't care what comes in the way of their happiness. He is determined... as is Rana.

There is still one mystery left. Trent doesn't really KNOW Rana is Rana. So, she has to doll herself up one more time for the ultimate test. Can he handle the real her?!

I was holding my breath and sitting at the edge of my seat to find out what came at the end.
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Loved the twist at the end. Never saw it coming!
fastfingers avatar reviewed The Rana Look on + 73 more book reviews
Good Book! Like her murder mysteries better.
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This was the most stupid story I have ever read. I could not believe that this was Sandra Brown. I usually only read her mysteries, but wanted something different. I would definitey not recommend this story to anyone. Very shallow characters.
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good book.
nascargal avatar reviewed The Rana Look on + 352 more book reviews
While this is not my favorite Sandra Brown book, it is good. It is an easy read, great for when you are looking for something light to read.


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