Full House (Full Series, Book 1)
By Janet Evanovich and Charlotte Hughes
Danger is the side-effect of dating a millionaire... A deliciously romantic and hilarious novel from Queen of Red Hot LOL Romance Janet Evanovich, No. 1 bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum novels, writing with Charlotte Hughes.
Treat yourself to FULL HOUSE by Janet Evanovich and Charlotte Hughes. Praise for the FULL series: 'A fine romance with plenty of kisses' Mirror; 'A wild mix of intrigue, sex and pyrotechnics' The Times
Danger is the side-effect of dating a millionaire...
Billie Pearce, school teacher and divorced mother-of-two, has always enjoyed a quiet life, right up until the fateful day she starts riding lessons. On her first day at the stables, she meets Nick Kaharchek, the handsome, super-rich playboy who seems - inexplicably, in her view - to like her. To really like her. And despite Nick's own hilariously chaotic family, Billie feels something back, something she never thought she'd feel again.
But for Billie and Nick, things are never simple. Someone is not happy about the couple's blossoming romance - and it looks like they're willing to kill over it...
Janet Evanovich is the number one New York Times bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum series, the Fox & O'Hare series with Lee Goldberg, the Lizzy and Diesel series, twelve romance novels, the Alexandra Barnaby novels and Troublemaker graphic novels, and How I Write: Secrets of a Bestselling Author. She lives in Florida.
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27 Oct 2011
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'Pithy, witty and fast-paced' — Sunday Times
'Among the great joys of contemporary crime fiction' — GQ
'Slapstick, steam and suspense' — People
'Evanovich's characters are eccentric and exaggerated, the violence often surreal and the plot dizzily speedy: but she produces as many laughs as anyone writing crime today' — The Times
'A laugh-out-loud page-turner' — Heat
'Pithy, witty and fast-paced'
'Among the great joys of contemporary crime fiction'
'Slapstick, steam and suspense'
'Evanovich's characters are eccentric and exaggerated, the violence often surreal and the plot dizzily speedy: but she produces as many laughs as anyone writing crime today'
'A laugh-out-loud page-turner'