Küss weiter, Liebling!: Roman - Girlfriends 4 by Rachel Gibson

Küss weiter, Liebling!: Roman - Girlfriends 4

byRachel Gibson

Kobo ebook | June 23, 2010 | German

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Witzig, sexy, hinreißend!

Was muss man eigentlich tun, um endlich mal einen netten Mann kennenzulernen?

Adele Harris hatte sie alle: Streber, Loser, Egomanen, Langweiler, Sexbesessene und die ganz normalen Wahnsinnigen. Wenn sie doch nur jemanden finden würde wie Zach, ihre erste große Highschool-Liebe, der sie dann allerdings wegen einer anderen sitzengelassen hat. Gut, so perfekt war Zach dann wohl doch nicht. Aber als Adele ihm plötzlich wieder über den Weg läuft muss sie feststellen, dass ihr Teenieschwarm so anziehend ist wie eh und je …

Title:Küss weiter, Liebling!: Roman - Girlfriends 4Format:Kobo ebookPublished:June 23, 2010Publisher:Goldmann VerlagLanguage:German

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3641042720

ISBN - 13:9783641042721


Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not bad Enjoyable but not memorable.
Date published: 2017-06-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good book It was a good book, not my favorite by this author
Date published: 2017-04-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Story I thought this was a fun story and I enjoyed all the different characters - Kendra and Tiffany, and Sheri added a fun element to the story - as well as Adele's bad dates. I was a little disappointed with the end but enjoyed the story.
Date published: 2010-05-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A good heroine but a bad hero While I love a good hero, it’s the heroine that can make or break a book for me.This one is the opposite. I really did not like Zach, but the book wasn’t broken because I did like Adele. First off, Zach. He came across to me as real jerk. I did not like him – at all. First off, he broke Adele’s heart years earlier when he just dropped her to go on and marry his previous girlfriend when she became pregnant. He acted like it was such a noble thing for him to do – then proceeded to cheat on her. Real swell guy he was. Mind you his first wife, Devon, wasn’t all that great. She got pregnant on purpose. Then, later in the book, when he finally says he feels bad about hurting Adele those many years ago, he does the “but” thing and says he would do the same thing again. What a prince. I also didn’t like him because he just struck me as being real stuck on himself – god’s gift to women – that kind of attitude. Adele was the only woman who didn’t drop dead at his feet and he really didn’t like that. He also pretty much ignored his daughter for years so he could do his own thing and screw other woman. Excuse me – he married her mother because he was the father – and then made a real rotten one for years. On the other hand, Adele really worked for me. She gave up her own life – reluctantly – to come back and help her sister and niece out when they needed her. She wasn’t the best aunt – she felt. She wasn’t all motherish and I liked that about her. She was anxious and looking forward to getting back to her own like, which I felt was pretty realistic. She floundered and she had moments of resenting the sacrifice she made. I found that to be believable too. Another thing that kind of had me scratching my head was the inclusion of the first wife. For the life of me, I couldn’t really figure out why that was in there at all. On top of that – having said one thing, I couldn’t help but notice the rather large almost double spaced font in this book. While it made it easier to read, it almost seemed like it was done just to make a certain page count. I could be wrong though. Overall, it’s kind of hard to grade this one. The ‘hero’ was a jerk, but the heroine was great. And it was very readable. I finished it in a day and a half and even though I didn’t like Zach, it was no hardship to read. I’d give it a better grade but really, even though it’s the heroine that makes or breaks the book, still it helps a lot if you can like the hero, and I didn’t in this one. Hopefully I will like her next hero, because I will read her next book.
Date published: 2008-07-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from okay This book was okay,but not one of her best stories.I really like RG but found this one a little slower.But it completes the friends stories
Date published: 2008-07-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from An OK read In reading this book, I found that I was somewhat baffled by why Adele was so attracted to Zach-beyond the obvious that is. He has a 13 yr old daughter that he saw infrequently because throughout the course of his first marriage he and his wife (who died 3 yrs ago) did not live together. He was a quarterback in the NFL (Denver & Miami) and his wife was more concerned with living in her home-town in Texas, living large and being a big fish in a small pond. Adele is a famous and wealthy published author who comes back to Texas to help her sister with her dificult pregnancy. Throughout, Zach makes it plain that he is not interested in another marriage or having more kids. When Adele finds herself pregnant, he acts like a real dink. He later apologizes but the damage was done as far as I'm concerned. This was a quick read but left me scratching my head--what was it that attracted Adele to him? I found Zach to be a flawed character with few redeeming qualities.
Date published: 2008-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved this book! This series has been so entertaining. All the books are so good, and this one just kept me up all night because I was enjoying it so much.
Date published: 2008-06-11