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Lovebirds by Janet Quin-Harkin
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Feb 29, 2012

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Along the lines of Romancing the Stone - it's a fish-out-of-water has-an-adventure tale - a model wannabee Tiffany Johns is thrust into the outback of Australia without the essentials - lipstick , eyeliner , hair dryer , dainty little sandals and color coordinated outfits. But her father a rustic film maker is not very sympathetic and after discovering her outfits are all wrong for their trip tells her just go buy a couple pair of shorts. Say what?!

But materialistic Tiffany is not about to abandon her ridiculous ways not yet. Especially when hunky Bruce tells her to dump the things out of her backpack so they can put an abandoned baby kangaroo into it ,in order to transport it to a reserve. 'Since when does a baggage boy give orders to the bosses daughter?' Since the baggage boy is the son of her father's producer - whoops. It's fun to watch Tiffany go from haughty to bedraggled and learn to care about people rather than what they THINK of HER. A fun Sweet Dreams with gorgeous locations and perhaps the only romance in which a kiss is culminated atop an ant hill, surrounded by water while the ex-girl friend hovers overhead in a helicopter but is told to go away - we don't want to be rescued! Check out my other reviews of 80's books at my site

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