Reader Review: But couldn't connect with them in this book...unfortunately. So the read was a tad tedious for me. I think I read the last book of this series, Burning Up, and it set high expectations....which this first book in the series didn't meet. Oh well.
Jane thinks nothing can make her lose her cool
But the princess of propriety blows a gasket the night she meets the contractor restoring the Wolcott mansion. Devlin Kavanagh's rugged sex appeal may buckle her knees, but the man is out of control! Jane had to deal with theatrics growing up--she won't tolerate them in someone hired to work on the house she and her two best friends have just inherited.
Dev could renovate the mansion in his sleep. But ever since the prissy owner spotted him jet-lagged, exhausted and hit hard by a couple of welcome-home drinks, she's been on his case. Yet there's something about her. Jane hides behind conservative clothes and a frosty manner, but her seductive blue eyes and leopard-print heels hint at a woman just dying to cut loose!
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|Title of eBook: Cutting Loose||Series: Sisterhood Diaries, , #1|
|Release Date: 08-01-2008|
|Publisher: HQN Books||Store Sales Rank: 19609|
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"OMIGAWD, JANE," Ava screeched. "Oh, my, gawd. It's official!"
Jane pulled the phone away from her ear. Her friend's voice had gone so high she was surprised the leashed dachshund sniffing the light standard down on First Avenue didn't start barking. But she clapped the receiver back to her ear as excitement danced a fast jitterbug in her stomach. "Probate finally closed, then?"
"Yes, two minutes ago!" Ava laughed like an escapee from a lunatic asylum. "The Wolcott mansion is officially ours. Can you believe it? I sure miss Miss Agnes, but this is just too thrilling. Omigawd, I can barely breathe, I'm so excited. I have to call Poppy and tell her the news, too." She laughed again. "We've gotta celebrate! Do you mind coming to West Seattle?"
"Lemme see." Stretching the telephone cord as far as it would reach, she stepped out of her cramped sixth-floor office at the Seattle Metropolitan Museum to peer through the director's open door two doors down. The coveted corner office showcased a panoramic view from Magnolia Bluff to Mount Rainier, with the Olympic Mountains rising dramatically across Elliott Bay and Puget Sound. Not that she could see more than a fraction of it from her angle, but she wasn't trying to scope out the scenery, anyway. Traffic flow was her objective. "No, that oughtta work. The freeway looks pretty clear your way."
"Good. Let's meet at the Matador in an hour. Overpriced drinks are on me."
She found herself grinning as she changed into her walking shoes and threw her heels into her tote in preparation to leaving. Swinging her butt to the happy dance song playing in her...
Title: Cutting Loose
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Number of Comments: 2 Rating(s) 2 Review(s)
3 of 8 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
Cutting loose is just one in a long line of great
July 1, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Bastrop, TX US
Cutting loose is just one in a long line of great stories by Susan Anderson. I highly recommend this story or any that you can get your hands on. The charaters are entertaing and easy to relate to. Everything adds up to an entertaining read.
I really wanted to like the characters...
August 21, 2011
Reviewer: A reader from WASHINGTON, DC USA
But couldn't connect with them in this book...unfortunately. So the read was a tad tedious for me.
I think I read the last book of this series, Burning Up, and it set high expectations....which this first book in the series didn't meet. Oh well.
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