The Makeover Mission
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The Makeover Mission

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When Jane Richards woke up bound and blindfolded, she just knew it had to be a mistake. She was a small-town librarian, after all. Who'd want to kidnap her? Little did she know that her striking resemblance to Elena, the queen of Vendari, would result in her being whisked away to parts unknown and coerced into acting as Elena's double. Jane's only ally was the majorly sexy...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published September 20th 2010 by Silhouette Books (first published July 1st 2004)
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so, i found myself totally bored through most of it, wishing the author had some original ideas or atleast some original penmanship. I was going to rate it a one, but the end made me feel good. I'm still smiling. And it also made me feel a lot.
Overall, totally lame and unneccesarily sexual, but a cute story once the author stops taking herself so seriously.
Rated R for Sex, violence, and adult situations.
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