Call Me Irresistible

Call Me Irresistible

eBook - 2011
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Ostracized for her role in halting best friend Lucy's wedding, Meg finds herself stranded without family support in a hostile Texas town where she unexpectedly falls for Ted Beaudine.
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, c2011
ISBN: 9780062042347
Characteristics: 1 online resource (387 p.)
Call Number: eBook


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lbarkema Aug 11, 2015

An enjoyable read, but there were just a few problems that made it a bit more less enjoyable then the others I've read by her. First and foremost, I was not a fan of the townsfolk in this one being as rude as they were and then literally doing a 180 later, wasn't sure how Meg actually enjoyed living in Wynette. And secondly, it was hard to love Ted as a hero until the end when we FINALLY were let into his head. This was frustrating, and I'm not sure why SEP decided to not include his POV for the rest of the book, especially when the rest of her novels include dual POV's. But again, overall it was a fun ride!

Aug 02, 2012

I'll take Ted Beaudine over Christian Grey anyday!!

Jan 18, 2012

Wow! Me reading RomCom.

OK. I'm a guy and usually read Grisham and Sandford and mysteries - all law and detectives and police work. Nevertheless, this author (Susan - who I now follow on Twitter because her tweets are like micro-books :-), she really turned this old guys head around and turned my heart on. What a wonderful writer. I've read lots of her books (and some them twice) - she rarely disappoints me.

I will confess I am a major Jane Austen fan too, so she's in good company. C


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