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Definitely liked the 1st & 2nd stories. Didn't like the 3rd story.This book has three stories about one fortune teller telling three women who the right man for each of them is and that their lives will be jinxed if they don't go with it. I definitely liked the first two stories. They were fun and different.5 stars to the first one by Jacquie D'Alessandro about Lacey, the owner of a coffee shop and Erin, the landlord's manager for the property Lacey rents.4 stars for the second story by Jill Sha...
Love the first story, like the second story, but not enjoy the third story.Blame It on Karma by Jacquie D'Alessandro - it's can say from enemy to be lovers theme, love the ending too when the hero resign and find the new place for the heroine.Together Again? by Jill Shalvis - second chance theme, i already imagine a lot of thing with handcuff but unfortunately not this one heheheTall, Dark & Temporary by Crystal Green - a lot of interruption when they want making out and the character of hero an...
The reason for my love of this book is simple and goes beyond Jill Shalvis and my crush on her! This was 3 books that were written by three different authors. The catch was they were three different stories surround the Fairfax office building in California and centered around Madame Karma and her fortunes. How fun! I loved all three of them!
Enjoyable romantic anthology 4 starsMadame Karma has a stall at the Valentine's Day Fair at the upscale Fairfax building complex. And she decides to impart some wisdom on those at the fair: if you run away from love, you'll be cursed! Blame It On Karma - Jacquie D'Alessandro Coffee shop owner Lacey Perkins is sceptical when a fortune teller tells her that she is going to fall in love with Evan Sawyer, her annoying, but very hot, property manager. She would rather face the wrath of karma - u
So we've got a book here that is actually 3 novelettes with a common theme -- a street party at a business complex that features a fortune teller. Blame It on Karma by Jacquie D'AlessandroRating: 2 starsThis story could have been a cute read if it wasn't for the business itself. Yes, this is a Harlequin Blaze book, so sexual undertones and innuendo reign supreme, but I felt it was a little over the top, especially in relation to the coffee shop theme (which I found was completely lacking in tast...
Average stories. They were good, fleshed out they each would have made an excellent single title category romance.
3 fun novellas
pues esta antologia consta de tres relatos... cada vez peores, la verdadJACQUIE D´ALESSANDRO... su relato es entretenido, y el mejor de los tres... aunque tampoco es para tirar cohetes... mi nota un 6JILL SHALVIS... un relato que empieza bien, pero segun sigue va empeorando... tiene fallos garraferos, y me ha llegado a cansar... mi nota un 3CRYSTAL GREEN... inaguantable... me ha resultado tedioso y aburrido totalmente.. mi nota un 1
Well, it's been a bit since I read a Blaze so I picked this out of the stack to break out of a reading funk. Unfortunately this was not the break out book. Three short stories which revolve around a fortune teller and instant and long lasting true love. Meh. I liked the stories and they were cute and sexy. They just weren't great or believable.
There was a lot of skimming.
Nothing too deep, but it was fun.
1st story- 4stars! nice book. 2nd story- 3.5stars! enjoyable read!3rd story- 2stars! not quite good. you can pass this story if you want!so in all 3 stars. :)
Blaze Feb07 Three good short stories, linked together by fortune teller.