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Manhunt Mass Market Paperback – 1 Dec 2005
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Bestselling author Janet Evanovich is the winner of the New Jersey Romance Writers Golden Leaf Award and multiple Romantic Times awards, including Lifetime Achievement. She is also a long-standing member of RWA.
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Enter Alexeandra Scott, city whizz kid, who decides to ditch Manhattan and her high paying job to move to the wilds of Canada in an effort to meet a "nice" man, get married and have kids. Only trouble is, she's bought her new home sight unseen - and to say it's rustic, is putting it mildy - it doesn't even have an indoor bathroom! Thankfully, the guy next door has indoor plumbing, and the fact he's cute doesn't hurt either.
Screwball romance at it's finest!
The main characters are completely lovable and the story beautifully written. Be warned though, I lost a few hours for reading this book from cover to cover but in my opinion this was time well spent.
The swap was, undoubtedly, less that equitable: the cabin was run-down and very basic; the hardware store, much the same. Michael Casey had already encountered the ditsy female when he tried to rescue Bruno from drowning off the Juneau docks, so he wasn’t pleased to see Alex moving in to the cabin down the hill. But somehow he found himself helping her out anyway.
As a romantic heroine, Alex maintains her silliness throughout the book. Michael seems like the right guy for her Happily Ever After, but he has his own baggage to deal with. This one is a bit slower moving than the Stephanie Plum books, and the premise is really too silly to entertain, but the result is amusing enough to persist to the HEA.