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  • Title: Full Bloom
  • Author: Janet Evanovich Charlotte Hughes
  • ISBN: 9781429971256
  • Page: 495
  • Format: ebook

  • brDear Reader,BRBRThe temperature s on sizzle again in Beaumont, South Carolina, where peach trees are in season and ripe for the picking So is its newest entrepreneur, Annie Fortenberry, who has inherited her grandmother s Bamp B and its eccentric handyman Erdle Thorney According to a local psychic she also inherited a spirit from its glory days as a brothel not thebrDear Reader,BRBRThe temperature s on sizzle again in Beaumont, South Carolina, where peach trees are in season and ripe for the picking So is its newest entrepreneur, Annie Fortenberry, who has inherited her grandmother s Bamp B and its eccentric handyman Erdle Thorney According to a local psychic she also inherited a spirit from its glory days as a brothel not the kind of publicity the Peach Tree Bed amp Breakfast needs if it s hosting millionaire Max Holt s upcoming wedding If rumors of a naughty, prank playing ghost aren t stressful enough, a mysterious man has arrived with an eye on Annie and her master suite Wes Bridges is all leather and denim, sporting a two day beard, straddling a Harley, and sending the Bamp B s testosterone level through the roof Annie s cool demeanor may be dropping as fast as Wes s jeans, but leave it to her missing ex husband to dampen the passion Turns out someone has done him in, and all evidence points to Annie Wrapped up in a murder plot, Annie must find the killer, save her own neck, and get back to where she was wrapped up in Wes s strong loving armsBRBRWe guarantee that you re going to have as much fun reading IFull Bloom I as we had writing it Even if we were surprised by the ending And you won t want to miss the hair raising shenanigans when Fleas, the hound dog, meets the most cantankerous, snooty, bad tempered, twenty two pound orange catBRJanet and Charlotte BR
    Janet Evanovich Charlotte Hughes
    Janet Evanovich is the 1 New York Times bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum series, the Lizzy and Diesel series, twelve romance novels, the Alexandra Barnaby novels and Trouble Maker graphic novel, and How I Write Secrets of a Bestselling Author, as well as the Fox and O Hare series with co author Lee Goldberg.


    Commentaires:

    pianogal
    UghIs this series over yet? It was bad enough that we've jumped characters once, but then she (they) did it again. Jamie and Max - who we know - were very peripheral to this story. All the main characters were new. (Ok Annie had BRIEF cameo in the last one, but that's it.) And worse still, I didn't like any of them. Nor was the story line worth anything. A wife wrongfully accused of murdering her husband? Gee, where have I heard that before?I've only got one more to go and then I'm back to Steph [...]

    Pam Donato
    Fun, light-hearted romance with some murder mystery and ghost story thrown in. The characters are very quirky and make for some hilarious scenes. It was a quick read.

    Rod
    I'm ever closer to my goal of reading EVERY Janet Evanovich book. (there's way too many of them).This one was short and fun. The problem now is that she has so many short series that I can't keep them all straight. I think i'm mixing characters from all the different stories up --- oh well!This one is about a lady (near Atlanta) with an old house she fixed up and has turned into a Bed and Breakfast. There might be a ghost, there might be a dead husband, there might be an investigator that she fa [...]

    Stephanie Williams
    I am an avid reader of Janet Evanovich. Her books never fail to have me actually laughing out loud wherever I'm reading.If you're not familiar with Evanovich, most notably the author of the Stephanie Plum series, then I insist you go get one of her books and read it NOW. She is hilarious, and her books are loaded with antics, love triangles, and usually a lost body, or two. Lately, I have been in a slump while waiting for the next Stephanie Plum novel so I decided to take a look at some of her o [...]

    RavenclawReadingRoom
    A very tentative and uncertain 3 stars?? (aka I may change my opinion tomorrow)I just don't quite know what to make of this book. It's technically the fifth book in the Full series, but in it we switch from Max and Jamie to two characters we've basically never even heard of before. It's total insta-love territory and their entire relationship is built on lies (she thinks he's a photographer when really he's an ex-cop private investigator who was hired by her mother-in-law), and it kind of squick [...]

    Cindy
    Another fun installment in the "full" series - this one has Max and Jamie as peripheral characters. They are finally getting married and Annie's house is where they've selected to tie the knot. Annie's house was inherited from her grandmother and is now a bed-and-breakfast. She has a few eccentric older ladies living with her and a drunk handyman. Into her life walks Wes - totally handsome (who isn't in these stories) and slightly bad boy. He is a private investigator looking into the disappeara [...]

    Amanda
    I didn't really know what I was getting into when I decided to read this. I think I figured this author was very popular and had a million books, so there had to be something good about it. This is not my style of book at all. The dialogue was lame, and the story was unbelievable and predictable all at the same time. It was supposed to be funny, but I found myself only laughing about the ridiculousness. I'm glad I can check this author off my curiosity list.That being said, I hate giving an auth [...]

    Kelly
    This book was a light read. The authors had a really good story line going and the plot had real potential. I liked the characters and was very interested in their conflict, however towards the end the story seemed rushed. The authors took a lot of time setting everything up and introducing us to the characters. The story leading up to the climax was very well written and kept me wondering what was going to happen next, but it disappointed me. It just seemed like they spent all this time on the [...]

    Ida
    I began this novel as a result of having just completed a very intense, disturbing true crime novel. I needed the mind candy! "Full Bloom" delivered. It is a fun-filled romp for anyone who wants a quick lighthearted read. Eccentric characters in an eccentric setting dealing with everything-that-can-go-wrong events keep the pace rapid. This book is not going to win any literary awards, but it does entertain.

    Cally
    I finished this book this morning and to be quite honest I barley remember it. Nothing made me laugh out loud, the couple didn't seem to belong together and the characters where very bland. I finished reading it only to find out who killed the husband, I didn't think that was very well done either, they seemed to keep tacking things on so they didn't need to wrap it up. All together it was very, very Meh.

    Denise
    If you want a break from the Stephanie Plum series I would recommend the "Full" series. This was book number five (yes, I read it out of order) but can be read as a stand-alone. This is a romance/mystery and it had me guessing to the end as to "who dun it".

    Sandy
    By far the worst book in the Full series. This time it's a different heroine and hero but it doesn't make it any better. The mystery, dialogue, and characters is lame and pathetic. I don't recommend or suggest this book to anyone. SKIP OVER THIS BOOK! 1/5 stars.

    ❂ Jennifer
    Fun and frothy and hilarious. If you liked the rom-com's of the 80's - the ones that tended to star Goldie Hawn, you might enjoy this fast read that's pure chick-lit, with a decent murder mystery thrown in.Full review: jennoklikes/post/116378

    Sarina
    The full series books are good too, but not as funny as the Stephanie Plum ones. These fall more into the "romance" type books. "Feel good, sappy, girl" books. Not as bad as an official "romance" novel, but definitely the focus is more on the relationships than the story.

    Sherry Mancino
    Another silly Evanovich book. I branched out and decided to read something else besides the One for the Money series and enjoyed this book, however the series is still better "in my book".

    Hannah
    Very good. Really enjoyed it.

    Laurie Stoll
    Like all of Janet Evanovich's stories, I loved it! I love the light-hearted, laugh out loud style of this author!

    Jayne
    Disappointing compared to Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series

    Anna
    Fun read! More happened from a different characters point of view vs being from Max and Jaime but it was still a good read. I like Wes he is a little different the some guys!

    Connie N.
    #5 in the humorous Full seriesI'd rate this 3.5 stars, but I rounded it up mostly because of the very funny and entertaining wedding scene at the end. This book is fine, but I didn't like the main character Annie anywhere near as much as I've enjoyed Jamie and Max from the previous books, although they are prominent characters here as well. Wes has come to town to find Annie's husband's killer, although she doesn't know that. She has a hair-trigger temper, although it's described in fun, but it [...]

    Lauren
    yet again another installment that totally jumps characters. At least in this installment we didn't completely forget about Max. I don't understand for the most part how the author can say that this is a series period of the books jump so much that it seems more like a spinoff then a cohesive series. and this installment Annie is trying to move on after her husband disappears supposedly with his mistress. Of course the p i that comes to town falls in love with her and insist that get married. an [...]

    Samantha
    I read the second half of the book in one night. Great read. Full Bloom may have a slightly differently set of cast than the previous 3 Full books, but the novel is just as entertaining as the others. Erdle is quite the character, and I think more of his story would have only added to the craziness of events. It all begins with a mysterious Wes parking his motorcycle at Annie’s B&B and Annie deciding to plant a vegetable garden out back. The true culprit responsible for Annie’s husband [...]

    Beth
    apparently this is book #5 I found it in my Audible Romance Package didn't feel I was lost by jumping into the series so I love the narrator's voice, going to check out more from this series when i get the chance. Lorelei King. I need to look into her and see what else she does narrator. We have been to several B&B's. such an experience, both different and good. Some better than others nd of awkward too. Peach Tree Bed & Breakfast. I look forward to reading more from this series soon. [...]

    Melanie
    When I found out that this was not focusing on Billy/Nick or Jamie/Max but another character I was disappointed. The magic with a series that we know the characters and follow them through their adventures. That being said I did enjoy this story with Annie. The house is a bit unbelievable and no one wanting to change it, yet people want to get married, hold luncheons, and baby showers there? I liked Annie and her guests.

    Gail Williams
    Like all Janet Evanovich series, the "Full" series is light, romantic & easy reading. I prefer to read series in the order they were written & each book has gotten better. The collaboration has improved in story lines, humor & depth of characters. I'm looking forward to #6.

    Bridgewes
    A very fun read. Typical sense of humor out of this author. A little different kind of story, but the same old good read. Oh and did I mention my name is Wes Bridge (no “s”) and my wife is Ann (no “E”). Close enough.

    Cat Kwiatkowski
    After books 2, 3, and 4 in Evanovich's "Full" series, this book is a total letdown. The story is fluffy and flimsy at best, and it doesn't have the action/adventure feel that the others in this series had. Unless you're determined to read this series through, skip it.

    Bobbi
    What a wonderful story, so full of twists and turns that I couldn't figure out who was the killer until Annie did! I enjoyed the wedding, it was perfectly chaotic that suited Jamie and Max.

    Lisa
    I enjoyed this book. The characters and story kept me engaged, plus, it's an easy book to pick up and put down, which is perfect for the busy times of summer.

    Drew Sones
    Fun ReadLove the cast of characters and their antics. Lots of fun following them thru all books of this set! Can't wait to read #6!

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