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  • Mass Market Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Warner US (27 Jan. 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0446617202
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446617208
  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 2.5 x 17.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,640,372 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A fresh debut voice from one of romance's hot new stars, Kelley St. John is a voice to watch in this wonderful new novel about childhood crushes and missed opportunities.

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Kelley St. John's previous experience as a Senior Writer at NASA fueled her interest in writing action-packed suspense, although she also enjoys penning steamy romances and quirky women's fiction. She is a member of eight writing organizations, including Romance Writers of America, and is a board member for three. Newsletter Editor for two RWA chapters, Kelley produces two monthly papers focused on craft and career. In 2004, she was awarded first place in the RWA National Newsletter Competition.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By KMont on 1 Jun. 2006
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When you're ready to set aside your heavier hitting romances, the ones that make you weep and pound your fists in frustration for the characters, books like this one are a good one to pick up. "Good Girls Don't" by Kelley St. John is a fast paced and funny delight to read, full of characters that grab your attention. You just want to continue reading to see where their individual situations take them. While I did think the main plot was a little weak, I still enjoyed this light hearted romp of a read.

Colette Campbell, or Lettie as she's known to friends, is ready for a change of scene, at least in her professional world. Working for a company in Atlanta, GA that provides alibis to cheating spouses, vacationing grandparents needing a break from the kids, etc., she's more than ready to pursue her dream job. She's tired of the lies and deceptions and it's beginning to wear on her. When her sister, Amy, asks Lettie to engineer one more lie, this one for a close friend that needs to get away from her guardian for a week of R&R with her tue love, Lettie is annoyed, but wants to make her sister happy. Unfortunately the guardian in question is an old high school friend, one that Lettie did not part with on good terms. Bill Brannon is startled to recognize (over the phone) the woman he never could forget. He's wanted more from the vivacious teenager in high school, and he still wants more to this day. Thinking she lives elsewhere, he convinces Lettie to see him while she "visits" Atlanta. As the two rekindle an old friendship, one that steadily progresses into a flaming torch, will Lettie's lies put a damper on their delicate relationship?
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lindymck on 1 Dec. 2006
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i wish i could give more stars. i couldnt put it down, even though you know whats happening in the end. also the sub plots didnt take away from the main storyline but added to the main story because they would all intertwine with each other, rather like real life.

i would def recommend this to anyone who enjoys girlie books
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Super-sexy and super-fun. Don't miss this one! 10 Jan. 2006
By booksforabuck - Published on
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Colette (Lettie) Campbell can hardly believe it when her job at My Alibi leads her to call Bill Brannon, the guy who was her best friend in high school but who pushed for turning the relationship in a romantic direction as she was getting ready to move away from home. Now Bill still wants more, and Lettie is willing to give it to him. There is one slight problem--as part of the My Alibi job, she's had to lie to him about where she lives, what she does, and about where his niece is staying. Lettie knows this isn't the perfect way to start, or re-start a relationship, but Bill is even more of a hunk than she remembered and the sex definitely sets off fireworks like Lettie hasn't known since--well, since forever. Still that lying thing, Lettie just knows it's going to come back and bite her.

Meanwhile, Lettie's sister, Amy, a sex-toy designer, has been trying to stay clear of co-worker Landon Brooks. Amy has persuaded herself that toys are better than men, but Landon has other ideas. Of course, Amy has some pretty convincing toys--but Landon can do some convincing of his own.

In her debut novel, author Kelley St. John delivers a super-sexy and super-funny charmer of a story. Lettie and Amy support each other totally as they explore the wild side, and also fantasize about relationships that just might be a bit more than wild. Add in a fun co-worker who just needs to meet the man who melts vibrators and you've got a great cast of characters. St. John takes the reader on a Wheelie ride of emotion--from laugh-out-loud to that little choke in your throat, and then back to laughing.

If you're looking for a sexy and fun read (and who isn't?) GOOD GIRLS DON'T is just what you need.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Sexy - Steamy - Rocking - Chick-Lit ! 5 Dec. 2005
By M. Rondeau - Published on
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For all you chick-lit fans out there, heads up! There's a new kid on the block and she totally rocks with her very sexy debut novel that also gives a whole lot of heart - GOOD GIRLS DON'T!

Colette Campbell's dream was to own her own lingerie boutique, but in the meantime she works for `My Alibi', a company that lies for cheaters. Life just got complicated when her sister Amy, a sex toy designer, brings Colette an 18 year old client who just wants a week alone with her boyfriend without her guardian uncle knowing about it. Even worse, the uncle turns out to be Bill Brannon, Colette's very best and only friend from her school days. Colette hates lying to Bill and shouldn't compromise a client but as their reunion heats up to a truly `smoking' no holds barred level the only obstacle between them and happily ever after would be those alibi's!

Original, fast-paced, sexy and sassy are but a few adjectives to describe this very full and robust chick-lit debut. As a bonus, you'll also enjoy the sexy love story between Amy and her sex-toy colleague. The dialogs are outrageously funny, especially the one that Bill got an earful of when Colette forgot to turn off her cell phone. Most fans of the sexy chick-lit romance genre are sure to find this a very amusing and extremely pleasing read! Highly recommended!

Marilyn, [...]
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Fun and Sexy Contemporary Romance! 2 Dec. 2005
By M. Nix - Published on
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When Lettie Campbell agrees to do her sister a favor and take her sister's friend on as a client, she never expects that Erika's uncle was her best friend in high school. Lettie lies for a living. Her job at My Alibi, which she hates, is to provide people with alibi's when they are really supposed to be somewhere else. So, when her client Erika wants to get away with the boyfriend that she knows her uncle doesn't approve of, Lettie provides her alibi. But once she discovers that it's Bill she's lying to, things become very complicated.

Lettie and Bill haven't seen each other since high school, but once they meet again sparks fly and they find themselves falling in love. Lettie knows she has to tell Bill the truth, but she's given Erika her word. Can Lettie convince Erika to confess before Bill finds out the truth some other way?

Good Girl's Don't is the first time I've had the pleasure of reading Kelley St. John, but it definitely won't be the last. Lettie and Bill have chemistry from the moment they meet again. They also have an emotional connection that is endangered by the lies that Lettie sees no way out of, and which seem to snowball onward. Lettie desperately wants Erika to tell Bill the truth, especially as she falls more and more in love with him. Plus there is a secondary romance for Lettie's sister Amy that is not to be missed. A must-have, Good Girls Don't is a fun and sexy contemporary romance I highly recommend!


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Good Girls Don't 7 Jan. 2008
By D. Beyer - Published on
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This is an excellent book! I love every book that I've read by Kelly St. John. It's a supenseful book, one you'll have a hard time putting down. You'll want to keep reading to see what will happen in the end.
I loved this book. 9 Dec. 2007
By Emma White - Published on
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This book had it all. The book was steamy and funny and it had a plot that was to die for. Kelley St. John is one of my favorite authors and this book is what made her a favorite. Don't pass the book up.
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