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Jennifer Crusie

Sound recording - 2009

Laid-back hippie Tess Newheart is still in love with her ex-boyfriend, social-climbing businessman Nick Jamieson. When Tess pretends to be his fiancee on a business trip that could make or break Nick's career, he struggles to change her ways while she struggles to change his heart.

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Published
[Don Mills, Ont.] : Grand Haven, Mich. : Harlequin ; Brilliance Audio p2009.
Edition
Unabridged
Language
English
Physical Description
7 compact discs (7 hrs., 26 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN
9781441883063
1441883061
Main Author
Jennifer Crusie (-)
Review by Publishers Weekly Reviews

The attraction between the free-spirited and liberal Tess Newhart and the ambitious, conservative lawyer Nick Jamieson is instant, and their efforts to find a workable middle ground are comic and romantic. Madison Vaughn reads with a blithe, peppy presentation, which works well for the story and Crusie's writing style. For the most part the characters can be easily differentiated, and Vaughn's performance makes for easy listening. Crusie fans and romance readers in general will find this audio rendition of one of the author's first books a delight. A Harlequin paperback. (Feb.) [Page ]. Copyright 2010 PWxyz LLC

Review by Publisher Summary 1

When she agrees to accompany her ex-boyfriend Nick Jamieson, a conservative Republican lawyer who is desperate to become a partner in his law firm, on a weekend business trip as his fiancée, Tess Newhart, an outspoken woman of the world, discovers that opposites really do attract. New to audio.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

When she agrees to accompany her ex-boyfriend Nick Jamieson, a conservative Republican lawyer, on a weekend business trip as his fiancâee, Tess Newhart, an outspoken woman of the world, discovers that opposites really do attact.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

Tess Newhart knows her ex-boyfriend Nick Jamieson isn&;t the right guy for her. He&;s caviar and champagne; she&;s take-out Chinese pot stickers. He&;s an uptight Republican lawyer; she was raised in a commune. He wants to get ahead in business; she just wants&;him. But there&;s no way Tess will play second fiddle to his job.Yet somehow she finds herself agreeing to play his fiancée on a weekend business trip that could make or break Nick&;s career. And while he&;s trying to convince Tess that he needs her in his respectable world, Tess is doing her best to keep her opinions to herself and her hands off Nick.&;Few popular writers handle light romantic comedy as deftly as Jennifer Crusie.&; &;Boston Globe on Bet Me