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Pretend I'm Not Here By Chris Gavaler,

  • Title: Pretend I'm Not Here
  • Author: Chris Gavaler
  • ISBN: 9780060002534
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Paperback
  • Spending long, languid weekends in St Thomas would seem like a dream job for most people For single, thirty something Ashley Farrell, however, it comes with the humiliation of having to act as chaperone for the varlous bachelor and bachelorette winners of a popular TV dating show But this dead end junket shows signs of new life Between safeguarding the morals of curvacSpending long, languid weekends in St Thomas would seem like a dream job for most people For single, thirty something Ashley Farrell, however, it comes with the humiliation of having to act as chaperone for the varlous bachelor and bachelorette winners of a popular TV dating show But this dead end junket shows signs of new life Between safeguarding the morals of curvaceous Melissa and voracious Randy and avoiding the diamond dripping wife of a reputed crime boss, Ashley is attracting the serious attention of a tall, deliciously sexy stranger she met on the airplane Things are definitely looking up Until she discovers a dead bodyguard on the beachUntil she finds herself surrounded by FBI agentsUntil she is arrested for murderAnd now there s big trouble in paradise for sure
    Pretend I m Not Here Spending long languid weekends in St Thomas would seem like a dream job for most people For single thirty something Ashley Farrell however it comes with the humiliation of having to act as chapero

    One thought on “Pretend I'm Not Here”

    1. I picked this up at a used book store recently What should have been a quick evening read turned into a jaw dropping, I can t believe this ever got published foray into the most contorted, over the top prose I have ever encountered This book isn t just badly written, it gives mass market hacks a good name I don t know if Ms Gavaler was trying to caricature bad writing or if she actually aspired to some level of literary respectability If the former, she succeeded admirably if the latter, I sugge [...]

    2. The title of the book itself is pretty mysterious and awesome, but after reading it I still can t figure out what it has to do with the story.I like the idea of a single lady chaperon of a dating reality t.v show, that s pretty cool Plus the mushy mysterious dude she just met in the airport, and that she thought the dude was a hit man, that is hot as hell And then they talk again in the bar and he thought she s a hooker and someone died, and people thought she s a hit man working for a zillionai [...]

    3. Well I loved the idea of the dating game TV show and the Caribbean setting was lovely to picture but I had a lot of problems with the plot I found big chunks of the plot hard to believe and the main character, Ashley, alternated between ignorance and naiveness or acting with the conniving knowledge of an undercover agent in a word, annoying The happy ending was also unsatisfactory to me as everything was sewed up nicely While this book was readable and entertaining in a fantasy sort of way, I gu [...]

    4. This book clearly illustrates that I am incapable of leaving unfinished a book that I purchased which I clearly dislike With a library book, I can delude myself by returning it with the promise that I will check it out again and finish it someday So, not only did I waste money on this book, I wasted my time.

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