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A Steal of a Deal (The Shop-Til-U-Drop Collection #2)

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Fast-paced and full of exciting action and exotic locales, A Steal of a Deal is the perfect escape for readers looking for a thrill. Book 2 in the Shop-Til-U-Drop Collection.
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Published April 1st 2008 by Fleming H. Revell Company
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Loraine
I have to say I was somewhat disappointed with this book. This is the second in the Shop Til You Drop series. I felt like I was reading the first in the series all over again with just a few changes. Andie still has a smart mouth. She makes another trip to a foreign country with her aunt, her boss, her co-host on her Gem TV Shopping show, and some co-workers. And she gets involved with another crime. Andie keeps praying about her snide remarks but doesn't seem to ever stop making them. There is ...more
Alicia
Sep 30, 2014 Alicia rated it 1 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Anyone who likes annoying heroines
Recommended to Alicia by: No one; I read the first book--see review
ISBN:978-0-8007-3228-8 (pbk) 2008
17 chapters/248pp

I don’t know if, since the time I read book one of this series to now, I’ve done extra maturing or what, but I read the first chapter of book two’s installment, and knew I could not read on! Starting with page one, I was already irritated with the heroine, Andrea Autumn Adams, and reminded of my dislike for her in the first book: She has this very annoying manner about her (as if she’s stuck in 1980’s Los Angeles “Valley” and on permanent “perky”
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Magma
ohmyGOSH! it was SO GOOD!!!! and I loveLoveLOVE THE ENDING!*squeels happily*
Lori Henrich
Andie, Max, Miss Mona and Aunt Weeby are off on another adventure in the second installment of the Shop-til-U-Drop mystery series.

What starts out as a missions trip to Kashmir to help at an orphanage, turns into a trip to see the famous Sapphire mines. Things turn deadly when the houseboy is found murdered soon after they arrive. After the filming of the mines another tragedy strikes. They arrive back home safely, only to become victims of several deadly attacks. What do they want? Andie is tryi
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Jerry
This is a dramatic novel with a light-hearted narration style; those don't exactly fit together, which ruins this book as a whole. Andie--the protagonist and narrator--makes jokes and such, but it's hard to laugh at a book where innocent people are thrown in prison, others are murdered, and a vehicle blows up with people inside. (view spoiler) ...more
Krystal
Why oh why did I read the second book of this series? Probably because I had already checked it out and was stuck at home with nothing better to do. And I did have a sick curiosity to find out what happened...did she get the guy in spite of being a total witch? Amazingly - YES she does!! That is what I have been doing wrong this whole time. When a handsome and kind man pays me attention I need to treat him like CRAP and then he will fall madly in love with me!
AND - the plot - once again - did no
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Kendra
Sorta cute story, but I didn't like how some of the mysteries were never explained. I'm guessing it'll be explained in the next story??
Cathleen
A quick read and occasionally amusing. Too much like the first in the series but without some of the better elements.
Danni
This book had some really funny parts in it. It had danger and death as well. A good read.
Janet
Too much like the first book.
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Ginny Aiken, a former newspaper reporter, lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and their three younger sons--the oldest is married, has flown the coop, and made her a doting grandmother. Born in Havana, Cuba, and raised in Valencia and Caracas Venezuela, Ginny discovered books at an early age. She wrote her first novel at age fifteen while she trained with the Ballets de Caracas, later to be kno ...more
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