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Table For Two by Nora Roberts
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Jul 13, 2007

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bookshelves: fiction
Recommended for: someone looking for summer mind-candy -- but well-written candy
Read in July, 2007

What I learned from this book:

1) If you're a good writer, you can make even the worst cliches entertaining as hell. I can't stand trite romances, and yet Nora Roberts has me giggling and taking an extra half hour for lunch so I can finish my book.

2) Reprints of novels written in the mid-eighties are amusing if only for the reminder of the days when one could take one's set of prized knives on an airplane (our Hero is a chef), takes one's own olive oil and vinegar on an airplane (our Hero is a very picky chef), but one could also take one's lighter on the plane in anticipation of lighting up upon reaching cruising altitude.

3) I need to take a half dozen NR's with me and go sit on a beach for a week. Wanna come along?
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