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Anyone But You (Mills & Boon M&B) (Mills and Boon Shipping Cycle) Kindle Edition
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|Length: 224 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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`ANYONE BUT YOU' is the story of Nina Askew a forty-year-old divorcee trying to make a new life for herself. She has a new job, a new apartment and a newfound independence, now all she wants is the cute little rambunctious puppy that she has always dreamed of having but instead she gets Fred. Fred is part basset, part beagle who is way past his prime and far from the perky little pup that Nina had dreamed of but on his "last day" at the pound Nina knows she must rescue this languid dog from certain death. As it turns out adopting Fred was the smartest decision she ever made, not only does he quickly ingratiate himself into Nina's life but he also introduces her to Alex Moore her sexy, YOUNGER downstairs neighbor. Nina and Alex have a lot of common interests and are clearly attracted to one another but Nina, being ten years older than Alex, knows that they can never be more than friends, for how can she compete with those perky twenty something's that he is used to dating?
The friendship that develops between Nina and Alex is sweet and touching, something one only hopes to have with a significant other. And the sex scenes were some of the hottest and most romantic that I have read in a while. I believe Crusie's focus on the friendship between Nina and Alex made them one of the best-matched couples I have ever had the pleasure of reading about!
Quite fast-paced, with lots of dialogue - it has the feeling of later work 'Bet Me'.
A wonderful book with the added bonus of Fred: a depressive yet intelligent dog who is pretty much the main character.
I loved it and Im so glad they re-released it or else I might have missed out.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved this book. The characters were funny and sexy. Its was hard to put down. Definitely worth a read.Published 3 months ago by andyfihollie
Fast, funny and one for keeps.. I loved it, the characters are very likeable, the situations realistic without being grim, and the wit sharp.Published 3 months ago by Kindle Customer
Excellent Gift for a Basset Hound Lover. My Sister in Law loved it.Published 18 months ago by Gnasher
Found this book very hard going. Read quite a lot of it but gave up. Predictable storyline but, even for fiction, unbelievable.Published on 10 Dec. 2013 by dc61
Good quick read. Bit predictable but loveable characters and Cruisie as ever exhibits a good sense of humour. Great holiday read.Published on 4 Sept. 2013 by Lisa Carroll