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What happens when bestselling author Janet Evanovich teams up with award-winning author Dorien Kelly? Love in a Nutshell—an irresistible romp that begins on a growing note of desperation for magazine editor Kate Appleton; her husband has walked out and she’s been fired. Kate has a plan, though. She wants to turn her family’s Michigan summer home, The Nutshell, into a bed and breakfast. All she needs is cash—and Matt Culhane needs a spy to find out who’s been sabotaging his brewery. Who better than new-in-town Kate? But no sooner does she come onboard than Kate is faced with a few problems: she hates beer, her fellow employees don’t trust her and she’s falling pretty hard for her boss! And, oh yeah, there’s a killer closing in….
Hardcover Book : 320 pages
Publisher: St. Martin's Press, LLC ( January 03, 2012 )
Item #: 13-499654
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.72inches
Product Weight: 12.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
What a waste of money this was! Its not even funny. Very shallow and predictable. This was not written by Evanovich.
Reviewer: Ingrid S
I have read all of Evanovich's books. Enjoyed almost all because they made me laugh. This one? Seems like it was written to make a deadline, no other reason that I can think of to write this shallow book. I love Stephanie, stick with her.
Reviewer: Diane W
Waste of money and time! This is a completely unbelievable romance novel. Ugh!
Good thing I read the Stephanie Plum books first. If this had been the first book I read, I would never have cracked the spine on another, much less spent money buying it. I wouldn't even recommend checking this out at the library.
Janet, listen to your fans. I feel I have been duped!
Reviewer: Jean S
This book was just OK, which is a little dissapointing for an Evanovich novel. I am a big, long-time fan. So, over the (many) years I've read her novels, I've come to expect more, much more! Did it really take two people to churn out this epitome of fluff?! Absolutely nothing memorable happens here, the characters are all stock trade per a stereotypical 'chick lit', novel.. no real personalties. There in lies the real problem. As, I've always thought Evanovich managed to raise the bar, when it comes to 'chick lit'. Bottom line, this wasn't an awful read, just nothing special.. at all!
Not worth buying. I've read her other series,Stephanie Plum, ... Full, Motor Mouth, & the new Wicked 1st book of the series. I enjoyed read them. Did not think this would be another Plum book or the others. Missing mystery & funny parts. Too easy to figure out.
Reviewer: Bobby S