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Real Women Wear Red

3.0 of 5 stars 3.00  ·  rating details  ·  44 ratings  ·  6 reviews
When 40-something Kate "Cyn" Francis changes her name, her hair color, and her age in order to snag a younger man on a Caribbean cruise, the last thing she expects is to fall overboard for a Cary Grant look-alike. Sandy Brown, 20-something and eager to get over a broken heart, is also looking for love. Millie Evans, having recently sold her publishing empire, is on a succe ...more
Kindle Edition, 256 pages
Published (first published March 26th 2007)
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Just so you know, I give any book I can make it all the way through at least 2 stars. The only ones that get just 1 star are the ones that I can't, no matter how hard I try, I just can't make it through. I just want you to know, that while I did make it all the way through this book, it sucked ass.

The basic idea wasn't bad, for a fluffy chic lit book. But the execution was AWFUL. The writing was stilted and confusing. The three women were so similar in so many ways, it was hard to keep their det
Terrible. This book was terribly written. The plot was awful, the characters poorly developed and completely unsympathetic. The point of view went from 1st person to third person and bounced between characters. It was the worst kind of chick lit, and for fluff it was un-enjoyable due to the numerous typos and terrible structure. Not recommended for anyone!
Last comments almost say it all. Poorly written; characters unsympathetic ; gross errors in the timeline; so many repetitions...
Anyway, I hate it when it says that someone hints that some girl has to do a stringent diet and dye its hair blond (plus having big boobs) before thinking you can a chance to attract the flicker of an attention from a man. And here you can read it SEVERAL times.
Do not waste time on this book. The only thing I'll remember is that a cruise on a large boat will never be th
Awful book. Badly written which is a shame as the premise was good ~ and could have been good.
Shame it wasn't.
Kelly Ohlendorf
This book was so bad, I couldn't even finish reading it.
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