Full House (Full Series, Book 1) by Janet Evanovich (2002-09-02)

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  • Title: Full House (Full Series, Book 1) by Janet Evanovich (2002-09-02)
  • Author: Janet Evanovich; Charlotte Hughes;
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  • Page: 206
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    1. un livre de Janet Evanovich, c'est bon comme un croissant au beurre et une tasse d'expresso un matin pluvieux où l'on reste au chaud près du feu, c'est simple comme un bouquet de pivoines du jardin, c'est drôle comme un sketch de Gad Elmaleh, c'est émouvant comme un pied nu de nouveau-né, c'est sucré et un peu collant comme une pâtisserie orientale, c'est cucul la praline comme une comédie sentimentale américaine, bref, ça ne prête guère à conséquences, mais encore et avant tout, [...]


    2. OK- I got to the end of disc 6- NO DISC 7- I can sorta figure out what happened and who is the "bad guy" but I'm a sucker- now I have to buy another book on cd- NOT HAPPY with Goodwill Industries of SWFL


    3. This was a surprise. Evanovich introduces a character by the name of Max Holt who happens to be Jaimie's silent partner on her newspaper. Jaimie is a single woman with strong convictions about her newspapaer, left to her by her father. When Max arrives, so does trouble. This guy is a techno giant, who has a state of the art talking computer, named Marilyn, built in his car; but he has a love for newspapers. There are all sorts of supporting characters that are wacky, such as Max's older sister a [...]


    4. This was a great start to Janet Evanovich's writing career. The plot wasn't very in-dept, but it still was a sweet and fun story to read. The characters were crazy and fun and I wanted to experience more of them, which is why I'm going to be reading the rest of this series.Of course there is no comparison with the Stephanie Plum series, but you can see the beginnings of Janet Evanovich's style with this series. The characters in this series are just as crazy as the characters in the Stephanie [...]


    5. I love The Stephanie Plum series and keep on the look out for more by this author. This first book in The Full Series is a rewrite from an older version. It is a typical romantic novel that is enjoyable once in awhile, but the mystery is predictable. The read is quick and light reading. HOWEVER the important thing about this book is the introduction Of Max since he is one of the lead characters in the upcoming series. The other books are better mysteries with a light, fun atmosphere you find in [...]


    6. I checked out the audio book from the library before purchasing for my collection. Several parts made me laugh out loud until tears ran down my face. I like the characters, most of them anyway. I agree with other reviewers that it did start to drag during the last third of the book and the ending wasn't great, but for just relaxing or running around doing housework (audio book), I enjoy it quite a lot. I like most of the "Full" series books, my other favorite being "Full Bloom." The reader [...]


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