Full House (Full #1)

Filled with Evanovich's trademark style and wit, Full House is romantic suspense with a twist...Her life was pleasant, proper, and predictable-- until he showed up and trouble moved in...Polo instructor Nicholas Kaharchek senses danger the minute he sees Billie Pearce. She represents everything he's so artfully avoided. Happy in her home life, a divorced mother of two, Billie is the epitome of stability. They have nothing in common.To his horror, Nick is fascinated-- and irresistibly attracted. When Billie generously offers to share her home with Nick's crazy cousin Deedee for a while, Nick finds himself visiting-- often. And while each is slowly seduced by the other's charms, and both are wildly encouraged by devious Deedee, Billie and Nick find out that what they have in common is most important of all. But neither one knows that danger is lurking where they least expect it and a killer is closing in on them.Sneak peek of Visions of Sugar Plums inside!..


Full House (Full #1) Reviews

Full House (Full #1)
*TANYA*

This was super funny! Was it a great book? No. But still entertaining.

Full House (Full #1)
MountainKat

Cute story, not a lot of depth, but that was OK. You need to suspend belief a little to make this one work.

Full House (Full #1)
Sionna

The story itself is quite simple. This book is more romance and less mystery with the main characters not actually needing or trying to solve a mystery until the last bit of the book, but the mystery elements still surround the characters affecting their actions. Therefore this is a book more for a romance reader and not a serious mystery reader. There are silly moments which the reader will either laugh or roll their eyes at. I feel like the romance was not built at a good pace and almost seeme ...more

Full House (Full #1)
Cyndi

Great story to start off an entertaining series. Truly enjoying these folks, especially the beauty queen and the wrestler. So cute!

Full House (Full #1)
Kelly

My mother-in-law left it at my house while she was in town and told me, "You can have this book, if you want it...I...like her humor." but that was all she said. I could tell she was thinking, "But I don't know what to think of this book..."

I hate romance novels, but a free book? Sure. I'll read it. It was the first I'd ever read by this author and that's unfortunate because I've heard positive things about her other books...but it's hard for me to believe this author could write ANYTHING worthw
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Full House (Full #1)
K.

This is total fluff from start to finish. Yes, it's completely and utterly predictable - 38 year old single mother meets gorgeous millionaire and they fall for each other instantly - and yes, it's utterly implausible. I mean, falling in love and getting married within two weeks of meeting? That's crazy talk.

But sometimes? Sometimes you need utterly implausible fluff that doesn't require any brain power to read, especially when it's filled with a hilarious cast of characters and an over-abundanc
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Lili

I can't believe this is a Janet Evanovich book... what happened??

This is one one stupid book, the timeframe for the whole book is 2 weeks during which Nick and Billie (awful name!) meet and fall in love.

If Billie was Deedie, that would be ok but she was presented to me as a sensible, almost boring, divorced mom of two. But then she met Nick and 5 days later they had sex and got engaged in one of the weirdest scenes I've read... and then it all went to hell.

Nick was a jerk who kept repeating he l
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Full House (Full #1)
Hester Young

When the heroine keeps saying "stop!" and the male hero continually ignores her because he knows what she REALLY wants...it feels dated at best and assault-y at worst. Also, the idea that the hero is attracted to the heroine because she is the cookie-baking mom he never had? No thanks. There are plenty of fun, frothy romances with females who are strong and intelligent. I'll take one of those, please.