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Stuck with You

3.28  ·  Rating Details ·  1,048 Ratings  ·  115 Reviews
"Trish Jensen is a one-woman laugh riot." -Sandra Hill, NY Times Bestselling Author
"Trish Jensen is the undisputed queen of comedic romance." -Kathy Boswell, The Best Reviews
Two feuding divorce lawyers.
One infectious "love bug" virus.
The symptoms are hard to resist . . .
Paige Hart is blessed and cursed with a large, loving and. . .colorful Southern family. As the only
Paperback, 230 pages
Published January 2nd 2012 by Bell Bridge Books (first published September 1st 2001)
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Feb 24, 2012 J.R. rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Could be the worst novel I've ever read. The only reason I kept on reading was so I could get finished and write a review. How sophomoric? The dialogue was more than tedious, and how many pages does the author have to devote to telling us how "hot" Rachel is? How amazing beautiful and sexy Paige is? How incredibly masculine, and sexy Ross is? Give me a freakin' break. Nauseating!! And the idea that a virus could actually cause all of this hormone-induced lust is beyond preposterous. I especially ...more
This had been previously published back in 2001 but has been updated/revised and republished.

This is a story about two opposing lawyers who end up being exposed to the contagious disease 'Tibetan Concupiscence Virus' and had to be quarantined together for two weeks. The symptoms of this disease are increased and uncontrollable libido. This wouldn't have been so bad if Paige and Ross actually liked each other but they didn't and were in the middle of a divorce and doggie custody battle.

It was an
Feb 07, 2012 Janga rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
If you are looking for something with characters you’ll love—secondary as well as primary—that will also leave you smiling not only as you read but after you’ve put the book away, I highly recommend this book. One caveat: you must be willing to suspend disbelief.

Paige Hart and Ross Bennett are opposing lawyers on a divorce case. Their law degrees and a mutual dislike are about the only things they have in common when a bombing and a contaminated ambulance leave them quarantined in a single hospi
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Overall I liked the book very much. I do not regret having read it. It is entertaining, funny and veeeery romantic. However, I there were some points that were too shallow and superficial. The only reason I cannot add this book to my favorites.

Let's start with the story: A virus, two hating people, quarantine and suddenly they’re forced to deal with each other. A good base. Not very original but with plenty of possibilities
Christi Snow
Dec 29, 2011 Christi Snow rated it really liked it
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If you like fun contemporary romances, then this is a book that you will probably enjoy. This is the story of two lawyers that are on opposite sides of a divorce. As they leave the courthouse, arguing, they are caught up in a bomb blast. Then on their way to the hospital, they are caught up in a bizarre ambulance accident where they are exposed to a virus. A virus that forces them to be quarantined for two weeks. A virus which manifests itself through sexual arousal. Because of the lar
Lyn  Ching
Jan 17, 2012 Lyn Ching rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

By Trish Jensen

The Shrew and The Shark.
Lawyer Paige Hart hates no one more than Ross Bennett, the divorce lawyer against whom she is battling in court. Unfortunately a bombing sends them both to the hospital where they are forced to share a room as they are believed to have caught the new virus called Tibetan Concupiscence Virus, more commonly known as the Horny Monk disease.
Gemma (Passion for Novels)
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I got a copy of this from Netgalley, I requested it because it sounded really lighthearted and a nice romance story which I feel I have lacked in my reading lately. Boy, this book did not disappoint, what I didn't expect was it to be so witty. I have to commend Jenson on her idea of a disease which gives people heightened sexual awareness and for a hospital to have to stick two people of opposite sexes in the same room as the hospital was ful
Dec 28, 2011 Christa rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ebook-arc
Stuck With You was a humorous contemporary romance. It was both cute and silly, as well as fun to read. I liked the two main characters, Paige Hart and Ross Bennett, and enjoyed their antics together. The storyline was light and funny, while still having touching moments between the two main characters. There were also several entertaining secondary characters in the story. I am glad to have had the opporunity to read this ARC through Netgalley.

Tax attorney Paige Hart ends up in a hospital quara
Apr 14, 2012 Chanpreet rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Paige Hart is a tax attorney who hates divorce lawyers. She's smart, witty, and a bombshell. She handles all of the legal work of the large Hart Clan across all fields of law. Paige is asked by a cousin to help her with her divorce, bring her into contact with the handsome Ross Bennett, the divorce lawyer for her soon to be cousins-ex-husband. The two continually exchange verbal barbs and are trying to one up each other. They can't stand to be in each other's company. And then the unthinkable ha ...more
Jan 04, 2012 Rhonda rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Review: Stuck With You by Trish Jensen
Stuck with you is part romance, comedy, corny and legal jargan all mixed up together. A lot of sexual flirting, language and sex scenes thrown in too.
Paige is a tax-lawyer and is handling her cousin's divorce. Ross is the divorce lawyer who is handling the other side. As they are leaving the court and arguing a bomb goes off. Throwing Paige into Ross knocking her out. They are taken by ambulance that gets in a wreck where they are infected or at high
Angela Fristoe
Feb 17, 2012 Angela Fristoe rated it liked it
This was one of those romances that was pretty much exactly what I expected. There was nothing really original to it. Although I think it's pretty hard to write a completely original romance. The two characters, Paige and Ross, were okay, but nothing special. In addition to the forced closeness they are thrust into with their contagious disease, there is also the classic misjudgement. Paige hates all divorce attorneys, which Ross is. And there are multiple instances of her being rude to him, and ...more
Feb 11, 2012 Sheryl rated it really liked it
First up, let me just say i was and still am a little bit confused... now i understood that this book was originally released in 2001, BUT the word iPad was mentioned, which made me think that the book had been revised, but nowhere do i see that this version is any different to the original version!

Confusion aside, this was a humourous book filled with some steamy moments. And you not only got the story of Paige and Ross, but you also got the story of Paige's brother, Nick and Rachel (Paige and
Megs ♥
Feb 24, 2012 Megs ♥ rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: maybe
Stuck with you was your typical contemporary romance novel. To put it bluntly it was entertaining and interesting at some points, but also very predictable and just like so many others.

Paige and Ross are lawyers on the same case, but they are on opposing sides. They are both trying to help their client win in the case of an extremely messy divorce. At first they hate each other, but then they get quarantined in a hospital room together and their feelings soon start to change.

Personally when I re
Feb 26, 2012 Raven rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I found the story line just a little bit bizarre. I found it very hard to believe in this fantasy disease that makes you super horny. It just sounded too... made up. Paige's constant denial of her feelings and belief that the disease is affecting her in spite of what her doctor said also irritated me. She's obviously an intelligent woman, would she really stay so hard in denial for her feelings that she'd believe that the disease is affecting her mind even after the doctor says she didn't have i ...more
Lefty Lauren
Apr 18, 2013 Lefty Lauren rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was good & had some humor throughout.
Sherri Hunter
Very good book with lots of humor!
Anne OK
This is an oldie I read a long time ago. Fun read.

Note: I'm trying to get all my reads posted on Goodreads. It's a bit of a chore.
Feb 19, 2012 Anncleire rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Perché ho richiesto “Stuck with you” è un mistero che rimarrà irrisolto per lungo tempo, fatto sta che non mi sono pentita minimamente, è stata una bella romance rinfrescante, con happy end assicurato dopo tutto il dramma di alcuni libri che ho letto ultimamente. So here I go.

Paige Hart e Ross Bennett sono due avvocati che vivono ad Atlanta, che si trovano costretti a vivere per due settimane in quarantena dopo essere stati esposti ad un virus molto particolare Tibetan Concupiscence Virus, TCV i
Apr 18, 2012 Stephanie rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The version I read was a repub this year Original Post: FANGS, WANDS and FAIRY DUST 4/18/2012

Trish Jensen
Bellbridge Books
Kindle January 3, 2012 560 KB 216 pages
Paperback January 2, 2012 230 pages
Originally published by LoveSpell Publishing

Blogger Purchase in February 2012 as a Kindle Freebie

Two feuding divorce lawyers.
One infectious "love bug" virus.
The symptoms are hard to resist . . .

Paige Hart is blessed and cursed with a large, loving and. . .colorful Southern family. As t
Kate McMurry
Jun 24, 2013 Kate McMurry rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romantic-comedy
You'll laugh out loud at the love-bug lovers!

Thirty-two-year-old, happily single Paige Hart of Macon, Georgia, is the only lawyer in her huge extended family, including six brothers, two sisters, a retired Army-master-sergeant father, housewife mother, and "way too many aunts, uncles and cousins." In the eight years since she passed the bar exam, Paige's colorful relatives have foisted endless legal problems on her--almost none of which have anything to do with her actual training as a tax att
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3.5 stars

Looking for a quick and cute romance to read for the weekend? Look no further. Trish Jensen’s Stuck With You is a fun a quirky romance between two lawyers. I have read a lot of heavy fiction lately, and I needed something filled with love and butterflies. I found it with Stuck With You.

Paige Hart is a tax attorney who finds herself in a divorce settlement hearing for her cousin. Like the rest of her family, her cousin doesn’t exactly understand that she isn’t a div
A.R. Von
May 15, 2012 A.R. Von rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A fun witty romantic comedy. I love Trish Jensen's romantic and humorous approach with the two couples in this book. She has such a great sense of humor and creates very lovable characters (oh and the men are HOT!) that it brings you that much more into the story.

Paige is a tax attorney that loves her family. All infinite amount of them. She loves them so much she's taken it upon herself to give them her services in other fields of law. It's not a pleasant situation in any case for her. But she
Mandy Sickle
I received this book from Netgalley a while back I started it but had a hard time getting into it so I put it aside to try again, and I was pleasantly surprised this time. The book is mainly about Paige and Ross however we do get a little of the relationship between Paige's brother Nick Hart and his former scorn love Rachel Turner. Paige and Ross are both successful lawyers who are on opposite sides of a case involving Paige's cousins messy divorce. Paige has even nicknamed Ross the Snake, becau ...more
What happens when the Snake meets the Shrew? An explosion for starters. This is an extremely cute story perfect for a lazy day afternoon or a beach read. Paige Hart and Ross Bennett have intense sexual tension between each other from the beginning which only gets stronger due to a combination of being quarantined together and the possibility of contracting the Tibetan Concupiscence Virus.

This book contains many clichés and it’s characters conform to stereotypes but that doesn’t detract from the
Jan 19, 2012 GONZA rated it liked it
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May 17, 2012 Vox rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Sometimes you need a quick, frothy story that lets you take a break from life. You know you won't remember it once you finish it, and you're pretty sure you aren't meant to delve too deeply into it, but while you're in it, you have fun.

Such is Stuck with You, by Trish Jensen. This is a seriously silly book, but it doesn't pretend to be anything else. You are intended to read it, enjoy it, and then pass it on to the next reader. If you enjoy the love scenes, all the better.

Paige Hart and Ross Ben
Quando inizierete a leggere Stuck with you dovrete innanzitutto fare una cosa: credere che esista il Tibetan Concupiscence Virus, ossia una malattia altamente contagiosa i cui sintomi potrebbero essere scambiati per quello che viene chiamato desiderio. Ebbene sì, una volta superato questo piccolo ostacolo tutto il resto verrà da se!

Paige Hart e Ross Bennett sono due avvocati: lei è una fiscalista mentre lui si occupa di divorzi. Si incontrano, o meglio scontrano, in tribunale. Si tratta di una d
Arianne The Bookworm on the Loose
I found myself grinning from ear-to-ear while reading this book.

Although I firmly believe that this story is highly unlikely to happen, I still braced myself for the unexpected. And boy, was I blown away!

There is sexual tension alright, and like magnets, extreme opposites Paige & Ross are actually attracted to each other as they emit sensuality to the highest level. The fact that these two lawyers practically hate each one's guts then end up on a home run makes me feel giddy and delighted a
Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
3.5 to 4 stars

This story isn't only about Paige and Ross, it also happens to be about Paige's brother Nick and an old college fling Rachel, which so happens to be the doctor taking care of Paige and Ross at the hospital.

If things couldn't get ever weirder just from that sentence alone, hang tight because there is more.

Paige and Ross are also opposing counsel for a divorce case and they loathe each other......well maybe.

This was actually a really cute story filled with lots and I do mean LOTS of
Jan 01, 2012 Cheeyee rated it really liked it
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This is definitely a fun read! I was laughing all the way from the funny and witty dialogue between Paige and Ross. Although the reason for quarantine them is a little unbelievable but this is just a fiction! So just enjoy the story that for sure will make you relax after a stressful day at work. The so call symptoms of the virus made both Paige a
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