Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. Jilted at the altar, Breanne impulsively sets off alone for the Get A Clue – Kindle edition by Jill Shalvis. Download it once and. I received this book for free from my own shelves in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of. Buy a cheap copy of Get A Clue book by Jill Shalvis. All in one day, city girl Breanne Mooreland gets left at the altar, takes the flight from hell to her honeymoon.
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But expect it to make sense and you’ll be disappointed.
Get A Clue
For the Love of Nick. Somehow “Get a Clue” really made me relive so many wonderful moments.
Supposedly Edward is the conduit to the owner, and yet the owner gave Shelly some leeway, so obviously they do have access to him or her. I would read a bit, put it fet, do something, then a day later I would pick it back up again. Get a Clue Wicked womenJill Shalvis.
I quite liked the mystery. Our heroine, Breanne, is a tad too high strung for me. There are sparks between them right away, but both are determined to resist. I downloaded this book with such high hopes. A turbulent flight with unpleasant seatmates and lost luggage just adds to the cpue.
She needs to stop trying to write mysteries if this is her best effort. But sadly there wasn’t, so I tried to focus on the mystery shqlvis of the book. And there’s a gorgeous naked man taking a shower in her suite who says he isn’t going anywhere We appreciate your feedback.
The romance was awesome, cute, lovely and sweet.
Book Review: Jill Shalvis’ Get A Clue – KD Did It Edits
Her internal conversations were pretty funny as she would remind herself to stay away from him, even when she was in his arms. The plot was totally crazy – those people in that house should have been kept to their rooms instead of roaming around, with a supposed murderer on the loose.
I could go on. It had a snowy setting, a cast that reminded me of the Addams family, creepy shenanigans, a heroine jilted three times at the altar, a burned out cop desiring a serene vacation, suspense galore and a steamy romance.
Oh, and there’s a gorgeous naked man Refresh and try again. The storm knocks out the power, and as Breanne and Cooper look for clues, things jil, don’t seem to add up. Each of the staff members has both means and motive, but none of them really seem the type to commit murder.
Jun 30, Mancho rated it liked it. She is going for him, but in her chapters she’s constantly telling herself “no more men”.
He’s totally burned out and had quit his job just before booking this trip which was meant to be a period of rest, relaxation and hopefully include a few interludes with some willing snow bunnies. Everything happened a little fast, but hey, with pages, you have to know that going in. To say that Breanne Mooreland is having a bad day would instantly vault you to the top of the Understatement of the Year Awards.
Having had his life in shambles over the past couple of months, he ju Breanne Mooreland has had it with her run of bad luck when it comes to men, jilted at the alter she decides to go ahead and use the honeymoon retreat they had planned. Having said that, I have to admit that I do not think it’s the best book I read by Jill Shalvis, but somehow it took me on a trip down memory lane and reminded me of my own little “quirks” and things I enjoy ed doing such as falling in love or lust for the very first t Oh my Great sex scenes, steamy stuff!!!
That is until she stumbles upon a hottie in her shower What a great story this is!