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Cheating at Solitaire by Ally Carter
ISBN: 0425205746
ISBN13: 978-0425205747
Author: Ally Carter
Book title: Cheating at Solitaire
Other Formats: lrf azw lit lrf
Pages: 272 pages
Publisher: Berkley Trade (December 6, 2005)
Language: English
Size PDF version: 1738 kb
Size ePub version: 1344 kb
Size fb2 version: 1750 kb
Category: United States

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Self-help guru Julia James has made a successful living as an advocate for the single life, until just as her latest book is about to hit the bookstores, gossip linking her to a gorgeous actor hits the tabloids, ruining her credibility. A first novel. Original.

Books reviews
Qusserel
I love how Ally Carter was able to capture the good and the frustrating aspects of singledom. When a professional single-woman meets a guy, it’s not always sunshine and rainbows, this guy might bring her world crashing down.
Dolid
so so story...like her YA series better...
Darkraven
Bought for my daughter-in-law as a Christmas present, she liked it. And she also knew the author from college.
Trex
This is one of her earlier books and is followed by a sequel. Her books flow well and carry a good story line. They are clean so they are appropriate for teenagers to read.
Wetiwavas
I read this because I liked the ones Ally Carter has written for teens. It is a fun, easy read. I hope to read the sequel.
Keramar
I've read all of the Galligher Girl and Heist society books and enjoyed them. But I think this has become my favorite Ally Carter book so far.
Nalmetus
I definitely advise going ahead and ordering learning to play gin at the same time, once you finish this book you will want to keep cruising right along into the next. It is fast paced and realistic. Overall a great read.
I'm a fan of Ally Carter's Gallagher Girls books I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You (Gallagher Girls Book 1), so I was interested in her other work. This book is a lighthearted adult romance, so it was definitely a fun read. It had tons of good characters, and you can tell that it's the same author.

At the same time, though, this book doesn't have the star power that she has in her GG books. Even Heist Society (A Heist Society Novel) is better than this book, and that's saying a lot. I don't like Heist Society. This book plods extremely slowly, and the happy ending that we see coming a mile away is not that great.
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