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Annie, Get Your Guy & Messing Around With Max (Sawyer Family) Mass Market Paperback – Mar 2001


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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • Publisher: Harlequin Books (Mm) (Mar. 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373441134
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373441136
  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 10.8 x 17.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,099,619 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J COFFMAN on 3 Oct. 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I just love Lori's series books. This one is the follow-on to "Little Miss innocent" with Dan sawyer. It gives us Dan's younger brother & sister's stories. They are just as hot, with some very funny parts , which had me in stitches.
This is the second series of books i've read by Lori, having previously read the PI & Men to the rescue series & this trilogy is just as good. If you love Lorri's books you'll love these.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J COFFMAN on 1 Oct. 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I just love Lori's series books. This one is the follow-on to "Little Miss innocent" with Dan sawyer. It gives us Dan's younger brother & sister's stories. They are just as hot, with some very funny parts , which had me in stitches.
This is the second series of books i've read by Lori, having previously read the PI & Men to the rescue series & this trilogy is just as good. If you love Lori's books you'll love these.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Double Delight 19 Mar. 2001
By Patti Fischer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Lori Foster has delivered again with her March double DUETS. What a treat readers are in for by getting this two in one romantic comedy book.

Annie, Get Your Guy and Messing Around With Max are two stories that I have been waiting for since I read Little Miss Innocent? They tell the romantic tales of the Sawyers siblings, Annie and Max. Annie is in love with family friend Guy Donovan and he is attracted to her. But he does not want to jeopardize a family friendship to pursue it. But Annie has other ideas. After she gets Guy to a secluded cabin, the fireworks begin that are a trademark of a Foster book. I hated to see the interlude at the cabin end.

Max's story involves a woman-hating dog and the woman (Maddie) who wins not only his heart, but that of the dog. The secondary characters are a delight to read, as they are funny and add to the story. The relationship between Max and Maddie is steamy and endearingly funny, another Foster trademark.

If you are looking for a book that is lightheartedly funny and sexy, then pick this one up.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Just the thing for those winter blahs 18 Feb. 2001
By Barbara O'Neill - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
If you're looking for something to lift your spirits and chase away those winter doldrums, you only have to pick up a copy of the March Duets from Harlequin, Annie Get Your Guy & Messing Around With Max, both by Harlequin superstar, Lori Foster.
Both stories feature characters from Ms. Foster's Silhouette Desire, LITTLE MISS INNOCENT? (2/99) in leading and secondary roles. In ANNIE GET YOUR GUY, Annie Sawyers no longer desires her friend Guy Donovan in a brotherly fashion but rather in a more sensual way. When Guy announces his engagement to another woman, Annie puts a plan into work to seduce Guy and prove that she's the woman for him. If he'd only cooperate! But up against Annie and her sister-in-law, Lace (a noted sex therapist), Guy doesn't stand a chance.
In MESSING AROUND WITH MAX, the last of the Sawyers siblings get bitten by the love bug (older brother Daniel fell hard for Lace in LITTLE MISS INNOCENT?) when Maddie Montgomery runs into Max's bookstore. Literally. How could Maddie have known the glass door was shut! The store's owner, Annie Sawyers, always left it open. How could she have known Annie was away and her brother, Max, was tending the store with his dog, Cleo? Cleo, who likes no woman, takes a tentative shine to Maddie, thereby endearing her to Max. Trouble is, Maddie has no plans for marriage, despite the dog and the dog's cute owner. But when Max and Cleo team up, Maddie might as well kiss her heart goodbye, because this duo isn't about to stop until Maddie says, "Yes!"
Ms. Foster combines her trademark wit and her ability to craft hot and steamy love scenes into two delightful stories guaranteed to get your sap running and put a spring in your step.
If you haven't read LITTLE MISS INNOCENT? I recommend you do so, as it provides a good introduction to the Sawyers family and the rest of the characters.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Lori Foster knows how o tell a romantic tale 24 Mar. 2001
By Harriet Klausner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
"Annie Get Your Guy." Annie Sawyer knows her bookstore is a success, but when it comes to luring a blockhead like Guy Donovan she is a failure. He treats little Annie like a younger tomboyish brother. With the encouragement of her sister-in-law, Annie plans to seduce Guy. Either he will die of a heart attack from laughing at her, lose all respect for her, or match the beat of her heart. The only problem is that Guy plans to marry someone else.

"Messing Around With Max." Annie's brother Max meets one of her regulars Maddie Montgomery at the bookstore. Her show of affection towards his mean-spirited but harmless dog Cleo stuns him. He goes into near cardiac arrest when she chooses him to teach her everything she wants to know about sex. However, though Cleo accepts Maddie, Max wonders how to persuade Maddie that though he may be a reprobate, she is his destiny.

Writing for Duets has to be one of the more frightening assignments for an author because readers obviously compare the two tales. Writing two novels for the same Duet has to be even scarier because the audience can contrast your own work and find one lacking substance which means there is damage to one's reputation. Based on her works in DUETS 47, Lori Foster shows she has the talent to handle double duty, as her two Sawyer tales are fun and amusing with likable lead characters. No messing around, Ms Foster gets her fans with a pair of fabulous romantic romps that provide delightful entertainment.

Harriet Klausner
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Annie Get Your Guy and Messing Around With Max DUETS 30 Jan. 2001
By Kari Thomas - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Lori Foster's books are filled with witty humor, fiesty heroines, incredibly sexy heroes, and sometimes-meddling, loving family. ANNIE GET YOUR GUY and MESSING AROUND WITH MAX, her Harlequin DUETS March release is no exception to that great formula. Her books catch your attention from the first sentence and you're hooked --- you can't stop reading until the end of the book! ANNIE GET YOUR GUY has a fiesty, yet innocent, heroine Annie Sawyers who is determined to make family friend Guy Donovan realize she's the one for him. Trouble is Guy has always kept her at arms length, treating her like a sister. Desperate, Annie enlists sis-in-law Lace's help, acquiring various books on sex, and sets out to seduce Guy. Events happen that help Annie get Guy right where she wants him, and she takes advantage of the situation to drive Guy straight into her arms. Guy never stands a chance against her! I found myself laughing all the way through, cheering her on, and as impatient as she was, at the same time. MESSING AROUND WITH MAX has Annie's Lothario brother Max Sawyers finally ready to settle down and get married. He's got one strange condition for the woman he chooses: She has to be approved by his neurotic, eccentric mutt Cleo! He thinks Maddie Montgomery is the perfect candidate, but Maddie is determined that marriage isnt in her near future. Maddie does want something from Max though: she wants him to educate her in the luring ways of sex! With both hero and heroine having seperate agendas, you just know there's going to be lots of comical -yet sexual tension happening. Then, I got to wondering if sneaky Cleo didnt have this mind all along...first he found his owner, then he finds his owner the perfect wife. You'll love BOTH stories in this DUETS; I would recommend them to anyone who has never read a Lori Foster book. All those that have, already know what a 'gem' each book is! Definite keepers!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
A Wonderful Romantic Romp! 28 May 2001
By Book Addict - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
Lori Foster does it again! This pair of tales lets us in on the lives and loves of the Sawyers family - first Annie Sawyers goes to great lengths to snabble the love of her life, Guy Donovan. An accident, medication and a romantic hideaway all help! Then her wandering brother Max is caught at last when Maddie Montgomery crashes into his door and his heart! These stories are deceptively simple yet carefully thought-out, and I became immersed quickly and easily in the lives of these people. The sensuality is deftly smoothed into the mix and there is always humor to be found - along with a truly delightful dog with an attitude!! Don't miss this great book - it'll be a definite addition to the re-read and lend to friends section of my shelves!!!
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