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eBook Making Mischief ePub

by Elizabeth Young

  • ISBN: 0060784784
  • Category: Womens Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Elizabeth Young
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Avon Books (October 25, 2005)
  • Pages: 332
  • ePub book: 1546 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1492 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 908

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Abby Morland's been making mischief since she was not-so-sweet sixteen, when she spied gorgeous Guy from the neighborhood being attacked by curvaceous Cara.

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Abby Morland's been making mischief since she was not-so-sweet sixteen, when she spied gorgeous Guy from the neighborhood being attacked by curvaceous Cara, the Topless Piranha. It was a racy, tasty, spicy piece of gossip Abby couldn't resist passing along. But years later, her indiscretion may be coming back to haunt her - since she now wouldn't mind a little nibble of Guy herself.

Abby Morland's been making mischief since she was not-so-sweet sixteen, when she spied gorgeous Guy from the neighborhood being attacked by curvaceous Cara, the "Topless Piranha.

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Abby Morland's been making mischief since she was not-so-sweet sixteen, when she spied gorgeous Guy from the neighborhood being attacked by curvaceous Cara, the "Topless Piranha." It was a racy, tasty, spicy piece of gossip Abby couldn't resist passing along. But years later, her indiscretion may be coming back to haunt her -- since she now wouldn't mind a little nibble of Guy herself. With four cousins, two weddings, and a re-emergent piranha in the offing, the recipe for making more mischief is at hand, and it might just turn Guy in Abby's direction at last!

Comments

Nikohn Nikohn
I love absolutely everything written by Elizabeth Young. This one doesn't disappoint, and now I cannot decide which is my favorite.
Skyway Skyway
Great book. Love the ending and all the quirky characters.
Glei Glei
This book moved at a good pace, lots of laughs and a nice light read, easy to devour in one day.
Gholbithris Gholbithris
On a weekend retreat with her cousins, Abby witnesses hunky Guy in a moment of passion with sleazy neighbor Cara they nickname the "Flytrap." The only one she told about it was cousin Fleur. Fast forward 15 years and Guy returns to the fold when he is invited to a party and he and Fleur start dating. Knowing his background with Cara, who seems to be interested again, Fleur asks Abby to keep an eye on Guy when she is not able to make it to a party, since Guy denies every being in a relationship with the tramp.

But Abby is finding she is interested in Guy, and is not sure she wants the babysitting role. Add to that the fact that Cara knows they are on to her. When they are all called together for her brothers wedding, she is stuck with babysitting duty of her young brother. Her aunt (and Fleur's mom) is still smarting from losing her boyfriend (and Abby's dad) to Abby's mother, despite the divorce, and smart cookie that she is, thinks that Abby is after Guy.

When Guy can take Fleur's suspicions and lack of trust no longer, he dumps her. He finds out that Abby played a key role on spying on him, and finds it hard to forgive, especially since she appears to have spread rumors about him. Several months later, he is the date of another cousin at a wedding in Barbados, and once again she is stuck watching her brat of a brother while mum is on holiday. Will she ever be able to reveal to Guy how important he is to her?

Young has produced another heartwarming and very British tale of a young couple's unlikely and very rocky road to romance.
Mildorah Mildorah
I think that I would have liked this book more if the first half of the book hadn't focused so much on some little incident that happened when the main character was 16. I thought that maybe one chapter in the beginning would mention the incident and then the book would move on. Instead the incident drug on and turned out to be a very minor occurrence that really didn't have anything to do with the main characters until almost the end of the book. I'm not sure if I would read another book by this author.
Miromice Miromice
I love everything Elizabeth Young has written. This is a duplicate of Fair Game, nice to read twice.
Falya Falya
I've read all of Elizabeth Young's books and was anxiously awaiting this one's release. As always, a really good read. Can't wait for the next one.
I was first introduced to Elizabeth Young's writing style in Asking for Trouble: A Novel. I couldn't put the book down! It was funny, quippy, with a great cast of characters and interesting little twists. Naturally I read her other books and was equally entertained. So when I picked up "Making Mischief," I couldn't help but be a little disappointed. The style is there, her characters are somewhat interesting, I think what threw me off was the time span the book takes place in. The story starts with the main character as a teenager and ends with her ten years later. It flies through her life with little interest in truly telling us about her. I didn't think it too necessary if not for the fact that the a little incident happens in their youth. It seemed to drag a bit and the heroine didn't seem to have to struggle for her prize as much. I won't say I didn't enjoy it, just not as much. I rather like this author so if you haven't already, give her other books a try. They are better examples of what she is capable of as a writer.