REVIEW: Delicious Do-Over by Debbi RawlinsSunday, October 16, 2011 1:00
I’m so disappointed in this book. I usually like Debbi Rawlins, and that is the only reason I finished reading this one. It never got better.
There’s so much wrong with this storyline, I wasn’t sure I would finish it.
First, the author needs to learn how FaceBook works, for starters. Or explain herself better.
I also cannot imagine a good-looking, 29-year-old woman not having sex after her spring break affair. I really don’t care to read about dumb blondes making stupid decisions, no matter how smart and practical the writer says she is. This tale would had been better and more believable if the author had given Lindsey a life after college.
As for Rick Granger… if he missed her, he would have found her, even with the false name. He knew where she went to school. Any yearbook would have solved the problem.
There is another book in the series. It’s about the next friend and her “Do-Over.” I don’t think I will have a do-over.
On the cusp of a new business venture, überpractical accountant Lindsey Shaw has reluctantly let her friends talk her into a “second spring break” in Hawaii. Now she’s in Waikiki…and even reuniting with her wickedly hot one-night fling from years ago! Only Lindsey is feeling a tingle of fear—or is that sweet, sweet anticipation?
Rick Granger has his own fear—that gorgeous, smart Lindsey might discover more about him than he’s ready to reveal. She thinks he’s just a surfer dude—fine with him, it keeps things uncomplicated. Only, complications whip up like waves once Lindsey dips a toe in his waters….
Read an excerpt.
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