Back to the Bedroom ebook
by Janet Evanovich
He was thirty-one but looked younger, and he was sitting on the front stoop of his house reading an X-Men comic book when a large object fell from the sky and crashed through the roof of his next-door neighbor’s house.
He was thirty-one but looked younger, and he was sitting on the front stoop of his house reading an X-Men comic book when a large object fell from the sky and crashed through the roof of his next-door neighbor’s house. Katherine Finn, called Kate to her face and the Formidable Finn behind her back, was in her kitchen when she heard the crash. It sounded more like an explosion than an intrusion. The overhead Casablanca fan jiggled from the vibration, windows rattled, and a bedraggled hanging Boston fern broke from its moorings and smashed onto the kitchen floor.
Home Janet Evanovich Back to the Bedroom. Two hours later Mark was repairing the bedroom ceiling and had hired a subcontractor to do the roof. Back to the bedroom, . Part of Elsie Hawkins series by Janet Evanovich. Kate dropped a gray sweatshirt over her damp hair, pulled on a pair of comfortable jeans, and slid her feet into Docksiders. In lieu of a brushing, she ran her fingers through her hair.
Back to the Bedroom, . 0. It’s technical all right. Sorry to have intruded, Slik said, backing away. Need to get a piece of equipment from the car. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14. He wanted to grab her and hug her and never let her go, but he took a deep breath instead. I have a cake to bake. Elsie squinted after Slik. Something familiar about him. Kate felt her heart flop in her chest at the thought of Elsie impulsively blasting away at Slik’s privates in front of her mother. That would be a migraine to last a lifetime. And Slik wouldn’t like it either.
Back to the Bedroom is presented here in almost original form. I lived in northern Virginia when I wrote Back to the Bedroom
Back to the Bedroom is presented here in almost original form. I lived in northern Virginia when I wrote Back to the Bedroom. My children were young, and we spent a lot of time visiting the Washington, . museums and wandering through the historic neighborhoods.
Back to the Bedroom book. The other interesting thing about I read Back to the Bedroom by Janet Evanovich, the author of the Stephanie Plum series. This is one of Janet's earlier books - one of a string of romantic comedies that were re-released by HarperCollins. The interesting fact about this book is that Elsie Hawkins is introduced and Elsie is the prototype for the future Grandma Mazur in the Stephanie Plum series.
Above copy taken from the original printing of Back to the Bedroom, 1989 . . Janet Evanovich, PO Box 2829, Naples, FL 34106. Janet’s E-news and e-mails.
Автор: Evanovich, Janet Название: Back to the Bedroom LP Издательство: HarperCollins USA .
Описание: Lesley Eames in WOMAN& WEEKLY listed FEARLESS FOURTEEN by Janet Evanovich as the best book she has read all year, calling it & laugh a minute against a background of dastardly crime with a ditzy heroine and two - yes TWO - of the hottest heroes ever created&.
I love Janet Evanovich books anyway. I have all of the Stephanie Plum books. Back to the bedroom was so much fun to read. It was one of those books that made you sad to reach the end. The storyline was quirky, and hysterical funny at many points. I found myself being embarrassed because I was laughing so hard.
Now available in one volume, two classic Janet Evanovich romances, which feature Elsie Hawkins—the prototype for fan favorite Grandma Mazur in the wildly popular Stephanie Plum novels
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