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PRETTY BAD
by Shirley Jump

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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Readers can always count on Jump for cute dialogue, comedic plots and fun characters. This novel is no exception, and it features tasty recipes for cheese lovers to boot. The writing is consistently strong in this light romance that is warmhearted and entertaining.

Impulsive Madison Worth,
at 29, is a nearly over-the-hill fashion model with a touch of attitude and
a maxed-out Visa card. She has
few work options except for a new
contract involving a dairy farm out
in the Massachusetts wilderness.

She doesn't like it, but what's a
girl in need of new Manolos and Manhattan rent money to do?
Jack Pleeseman desperately wants to revive his family's 160-year-old cheese business. He hires what he thinks is the perfect company spokesmodel but soon discovers Madison is not merely a pretty face he spotted in Sports Illustrated. She's frustrating, stubborn, spoiled, high maintenance -- and, well, not a woman he can trust. Or can he? Both Madison and Jack need each other to scale their respective career ladders, but to put their hearts on the line might just be the biggest challenge of all. (ZEBRA, Feb., 352 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Marilyn Weigel

Publisher: Zebra

Published: February 2007

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