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Love Overboard de Janet Evanovich
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Love Overboard (edição: 2012)

de Janet Evanovich (Autor)

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"Stephanie Lowe decides Maine schooner captain and pirate descendant Ivan Rasmussen deserves to be called Ivan the Terrible. The house she just bought from him is falling apart and possibly haunted. He complains about her fish-eye stew and burnt chocolate chip cookies. he makes fun of her hair after she's had to comb it while using a toaster as a mirror. And on top of that, he has the nerve to be charming, handsome and overboard in love with her. This is one pirate captain who is determined to acquire the treasure of a lifetime -- Container.… (mais)
Membro:Sheila1957
Título:Love Overboard
Autores:Janet Evanovich (Autor)
Informação:Harper (2005), Edition: 1st ptg., 272 pages
Coleções:Sua biblioteca
Avaliação:*****
Etiquetas:Humor, Romance

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One of Janet Evanovich's early romances, it is as funny as her Stephanie Plum series. Ivan has sold his home to Stephanie Lowe who has had nothing but problems with it. When her cousin Lucy decides to get married she talks Stephanie into filling in as the cook on Ivan's sloop. Stephanie is not much of a cook but she decides to help out her cousin. Ivan wonders what else will happen with Stephanie on the sloop as he met her as she rolled down the hill to the sloop then swore. After they get back on land Ivan requests a room for the winter at his old house which Stephanie wants to turn into a bed and breakfast. Then it gets crazy.

I laughed out loud at the predicaments Stephanie got herself into. I had so much fun reading this story. I liked the characters. I loved the motivation behind many of their actions. There were times when Stephanie and Ivan were serious as they came to know one another. Other times they were mentally face-palming themselves over some of the "action." This is worth the read. ( )
  Sheila1957 | May 6, 2021 |
Synopsis: 'Sinfully handsome schooner captain Ivan Rasmussen deserved to be called Ivan the Terrible, Stephanie Lowe decided. First he’d sold her a haunted house, and now he was laughing at her Calamity Jane cooking! She’d only agreed to work one voyage of his Maine coastal cruise in exchange for the house repairs promised by her cousin, who’d run off to marry a plumber. When the brazen Ivan, descendant of a pirate, swept her into his arms during a moonlight rendezvous, Stephanie knew how it felt to be a pirate’s treasure! Ivan teased her, flirted with her, and made her feel cherished as no one ever had, but when would her sexy scoundrel deliver the ravishing he promised? Ivan had expected a shipboard romance, a fling on the ocean that ended at the dock, but every time he kissed Stephanie, he thought of marriage, hearth and home. Could he seduce his ladylove with the sweet mysteries of passion and put her private ghosts to rest?'
Review: The ghost is a nice touch. The rest of the book is fairly predictable.
  DrLed | Nov 5, 2020 |
Good book with some hard to put the book down scenes, and an interesting twist near the end. ( )
  Preston.Kringle | Nov 23, 2018 |
This was initially written in 1989 and reissued in 2005. Very schlocky, predictable, not much finesse to it. Not my thing. ( )
  lhaines56 | Aug 5, 2015 |
This was one of the worst Evanovich novels I've read, even of her early romance novels. it's just plain silly, but not in a funny or whimsical way--just seems like bad ideas and bad writing. If you are a really die-hard Evanovich fan, you may enjoy seeing her style in its infant stages, slowly developing. Otherwise, I doubt anyone would enjoy this ridiculously badly written piece of nonsense. ( )
  Hanneri | May 16, 2014 |
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Originally published as "Ivan Takes a Wife" by Loveswept and went out of print. Republished under new title by HarperCollins. Evanovich changed the title because she thought it was boring.
ISBN 006073695X is an unabridged audiobook
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"Stephanie Lowe decides Maine schooner captain and pirate descendant Ivan Rasmussen deserves to be called Ivan the Terrible. The house she just bought from him is falling apart and possibly haunted. He complains about her fish-eye stew and burnt chocolate chip cookies. he makes fun of her hair after she's had to comb it while using a toaster as a mirror. And on top of that, he has the nerve to be charming, handsome and overboard in love with her. This is one pirate captain who is determined to acquire the treasure of a lifetime -- Container.

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