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Gentleman Caller Mass Market Paperback – Dec 2002


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Books!! I'm all about books, reading, writing, collecting, loving.
E-books, books in print, books in dreams.
Books in bed, in the bathroom, at the table while I eat.
My name is Bobby, and I'm addicted to books.
Whole walls in my house are covered in them, and my Kindle has hundreds more. I remember learning to read, and feeling as if an entire new universe had just opened up for me. Dick, Jane, Sally and Spot, does anyone else remember them, the characters in those long ago primers?

Nowadays, I live alone--with frequent visits from my grandkids. And I also have their rabbits, Skittles and Minty, in residence on my back porch. At the moment, Minty is undergoing a false pregnancy (bless the false part!) She's pulling out her chest fur and when she runs out of that, turns her nesting urge on poor long suffering Skittles' chest. We figure she's slightly deranged.

I spend a lot of time on the computer, creating, and some time each day walking, which is good for my hips and my imagination. I'm a long time vegetarian, and I love to cook. One wall in my kitchen is covered in cookbooks.

I live in the little coal mining town where I was born--Sparwood, B.C., high in the Canadian Rockies. I moved back here eight years ago, after many adventures, some of them documented in HOW NOT TO RUN A B&B.

I'm so humbly grateful to all of you who buy my books. Readers and fans are essential to a professional writer. Thank you! And please don't stop reading.

I won't stop writing. I plan to finish the last page of my last book on my last day here on this green planet.

Books, laughter, love--these three are the essentials of my happy life.



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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
wild romantic romp 19 Dec 2002
By Harriet Klausner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
To support herself and her baby Graham, Maxine Bleckner provides phone sex to her clients under the name India McBride. She needs eight to ten customers every day talking to her over her 900 number for at least twenty minutes to buy diapers and baby food. In spite of walking her infant while on the phone with paying studs, her business has become so successful; she has hired an employee. However, Maxine worries about the future once Graham becomes of an age where he understands how she puts food on the table.
Vancouver Star assigns reporter Harry Watson, single father of a three year old daughter, to investigate phone sex. Though he has no experience in this safe sex, Harry calls Maxine, but he cannot bring himself to discuss his libido. Instead he wants to just talk to an adult. As Maxine and Harry begin to fall in love over her 900 number (and the Star's business account), both worry that if they are to meet, they will see the child in each one's life ending the relationship before it began in person.
GENTLEMAN CALLER is a funny creative romance that is at its best when Maxine fakes heat as she changes a diaper. The story line works amusingly well when the couple talks over the phone while tending to their respective child though a sidebar involving another couple with intriguing commitment problems takes away from the prime tale. Still Bobby Hutchinson furnishes a wild romantic romp that sasses modern sexual not in the flesh encounters at two cents a page.
Harriet Klausner
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A lighthearted romance... 9 May 2003
By iheartjackbauer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Maxine Bleckner found the perfect way to support herself and her ten month old son, Graham, while being able to stay at home with him. She launched her 900 phone sex number with extrodinary results. She was even able to hire an additional employee because business was so good. The best part was that she was able to stay home with her son all day long and support them comfortably. When she got a call from a man claiming that all he wanted to do was get to know her, she was intrigued in spite of herself. No man that called ever wanted to talk of her dreams and her desires. It was always about them. So when Harold started calling, Maxine was quickly drawn into his web.
Harry Watson had an article to write. After calling several 900 numbers, he struck gold with India aka Maxine. Soon he couldn't wait to talk to her and he was able to talk her into meeting him. Trying to keep his true intentions hidden, while convincing her he was deadly serious in his feelings about her took a larger toll than he thought it would. Before long he found himself falling head over heels in love with her. She was an intriguing mix of India, the seductress and Maxine, the mother.
When Maxine finds out about Harry's article, it takes time for her to get over the hurt. Soon she realizes that the reason she can't trust him goes farther than meets the eye, and soon they start together on a journey that will be full of love and laughter.
Don't miss this one! 7 Mar 2014
By antaeaventura - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Bobby Hutchinson is one of the most underrated romance writers in existence. There are three romance writers that I make an effort to purchase everything they have published. Ms Hutchinson is one of them along with Mary Jo Putney and Susan Elizabeth Philips. I love this one so much; there is a laugh on almost every page along with a story filled with heart. If you haven't found this writer yet, this book is the place to start.
A Funny Page Turner! 27 May 2003
By Ronica Rainge - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I had a hard time putting this one down. I liked this novel because the characters seemed so real and they had faults, which was very refreshing to see. I look forward to future work from Ms.Hutchinson and I highly recommend this one.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great! 14 Jan 2003
By L. Mitchell - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This was a wonderful book that was hilariously funny while being seirious at the same time. Highly reccomended
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