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The Right Choice
The Right Choice
Author: Karen Drogin, Carly Phillips
ISBN-13: 9780758206381
ISBN-10: 0758206380
Publication Date: 4/1/2004
Pages: 288
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 80 ratings
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
Book Type: Paperback
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8 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

Linda avatar reviewed The Right Choice on + 770 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Good book! What happens when you find you're in love with your fiancee's brother? I laughed a lot during this one.
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Helpful Score: 1
A good book about facing the truth regardless whose feelings get hurt, in order to do what is best for your life. This is a quick read.
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Liked the hero. The heroine was a little "whimpy".
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This book is written by Carly Phillips under her real name Karen Drogin. Good book!
craftypatti avatar reviewed The Right Choice on + 146 more book reviews
Great book. I found it was a quick read. The story kept you from putting the book down. I really LOVE this author and it is only the 2nd book I have read by her.
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Convinced thaat happiness lies along the route she's carefully mapped out for herself, she's been missing the big picture. Now the wrong man is about to teach her that the best laid plans of a practical mind can be derailed by a wayward heart and that the right choice may be waiting right around the corner...if she is willing to meet him halfway.
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I've taken out several Carly Phillips books out of the library this past week(Body Heat, The Right Choice, Under the Boardwalk, Sealed with a Kiss) and been reading them one after the other. Apparently, Carly only has one story in her and all the books are variations on a theme. The heroine will be "running away from her family" for some reason. She has an annoying habit of licking her lips alot which the hero finds erotic. The hero, who often has an injured shoulder, is in law enforcement in some manner, and has had an unhappy childhood in foster homes. The injured shoulder leads to a lot of the heroine-on-top sex. All smooches are full of really gymnastic tongues- including the first getting to know you kiss. There's often an unusual pet involved who is unusually and unrealistically precocious. Seriously, all of these things are present in all three books that I've read. Read one? You've read them all.

Two star at best.