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by Sue Civil-Brown

Letting Loose download ebook
ISBN:
0380727757
ISBN13:
978-0380727759
Author:
Sue Civil-Brown
Publisher:
Avon (February 1, 1998)
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by. Civil-Brown, Sue. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Publisher: Harper Collins ISBN: 0380727757 Author: Sue Civil-Brown Condition: Good: Clean, tight, shiny, no folded pages or writing .

Publisher: Harper Collins ISBN: 0380727757 Author: Sue Civil-Brown Condition: Good: Clean, tight, shiny, no folded pages or writing except owners . Hundreds of additional books listed in my store, thousands of various items in all. "Jillie MacAllister escaped to Paradise Beach to start over, but she's already lost her job and accidentally run afoul of the law, raising the ire and eyebrows of the local Police Chief Blaise Corrigan. At first annoyed and then intrigued, Blaise finds himself becoming attracted to his beautiful, bothersome new neighbor.

Book Overview Jillie McAllister escaped to Paradise Beach to start over somewhere beautiful. and far away from her philandering ex-husband.

Select Format: Mass Market Paperback. Book Overview Jillie McAllister escaped to Paradise Beach to start over somewhere beautiful.

Sue Civil-Brown has been writing romantic stories since childhood. Now, having published two dozen books under the pen name Rachel Lee and won numerous awards, she is delighted to turn her attention to the light-hearted and humorous in love and life

Sue Civil-Brown has been writing romantic stories since childhood. Now, having published two dozen books under the pen name Rachel Lee and won numerous awards, she is delighted to turn her attention to the light-hearted and humorous in love and life. Sue lives with her own knight in shining armor on Florida's Gulf Coast, where the weather provides almost as much excitement as her dearly beloved, their children, and their Siberian husky.

Used availability for Sue Civil-Brown's Letting Loose. February 1998 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

The Prince Next Door. Also by sue civil-brown. Breaking all the rules.

She is best known under the pseudonym

Susan Civil-Brown is an American author of romance novels with a humorous twist. She is best known under the pseudonym

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Eden is not all it's cracked up to be...

Jillie McAllister escaped to Paradise Beach to start over somewhere beautiful ... and far away from her philandering ex-husband. But she's already lost her job, run over a mailbox, become embroiled in a heated small-town controversy...and run afoul of the local law in the person of the good-looking Chief of Police Blaise Corrigan.

But with a little love it can be heaven,

Jillie just wants to settle down and open a bookstore.Instead she's raising ire and eyebrows, most notably the Chief's.But the better Blaise gets to know his sometimes saucy, sometimes timid, always disarmingly honest new neighbor, the better he likes her. The caring cop's tenderness and obvious desire for Jillie are like a soothing balm to her battered soul, and a possible cure for all her troubles in paradise-even when her unwanted former spouse reappears to send her life into further turmoil.But Jillie is determined to weather the emotional storm, because her destiny has brought her to this magical place and wonderful new man. And her heart is begging her to stay.

Reviews:
  • Quamar
This was a cute book about a lady who left her ex and the town her ex was in to move to Florida and begin a new life. And thus begins the story.
The side characters are funny. I laughed at the dog, the meddling ex mother in law and the rest of the additional characters. They only added to the story rather than distracting from it. The hero was a nice guy who knew how to do his job (Police Chief). The Jillian was just as realistic to me... learning to stand on her own after a divorce, learning how to stand up to her ex, and learning how to be herself.
This is not a book that requires deep thinking nor does it have a life changing lesson. But that only makes in more enjoyable in my opinion. It fits in well for a day at the park while the kids play, an afternoon read while the kids nap, etc.
Enjoy.
  • Framokay
I found this book to be a total waste of my time. The writer kept repeating the same problems with the in-laws over and over again. I figured out the plot before the stupid heroine did! And, who cared about the stupid leash law?? I stayed with this story hoping it would get better, but it never did! My advice is to save your money. Wish I had done that myself.
  • Rich Vulture
I picked up this book in the grocery store with no previous knowledge of the author. She's excellent! The story is well written and will keep you guessing. There is also a romantic side to the story that will make you smile. You'll also want to look for books by "Rachel Lee", this authors pen name.
  • Freaky Hook
Not only are the main characters delightful but an amazing array of minor characters make this a "double delight". Do we get to hear more from Rainbow beyond "Carried Away"? Having just visited St. Petersburg I now feel I have to return and view the area with a keener eye.
  • Whiteseeker
This book serves better as a sleeping pill. Too much filler and not enough substance. The premise was good, but the story never panned out. Read BABY I'M YOURS by Susan Anderson instead.
  • Berenn
I couldn't stand the heroine in this book from the get-go. Why she let an abusive ex-husband and ex-mother-in-law back into her life was intolerable and made for a flimsy character I loathed. She was led by a leash, unlike the dog in this book. (Why is the picture of the dog on the cover so unlike the one described in the book?) The plot was absurd and uninteresting. I got sick of hearing the (bland) hero promise to feed the dog donuts during its incarceration and the vet responding no, no, no. What a waste of time reading this book was!
  • Granirad
Jillie was having a very, very, bad, bad day...& night & it just got worse. Let's just say that anything that can go wrong when settling in a new town, HAS gone wrong: The police chief is your next-door neighbor AND he thinks she's a menace to society. What's more, a crazy matchmaking dog keeps barreling into people. The nosy neighbors all seem to think that getting hitched to chief will solve all her problems. The worst part comes when her ex & his mom shows up & everything becomes a complete circus.
Basically, I admit that the story IS a no-brainer, but it is absolutely FUN to read just for the LOL factor. If this romance was music, I'd call it 'funky'--you'd immediately either like it or hate it. I loved it!
Quite simply this is the type of story that gives the romance genre a bad name. Simple-minded, stupid, whiny characters. The heroines dealings with the ex's where just UNBELIEVABLE! Don't even bother picking this one up from the library...skip all together. Unless, of course you go for, oh so conveniently matchmaking dogs or a philandering ex and his cruel mother who simply show up, move-in and redecorate...all uninvited and without protest. Please...no one's that gullible!

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