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What to Do About Annie?

(Italian Series #2)

3.56  ·  Rating details ·  133 ratings  ·  6 reviews
After winning awards for her delightful historical romances, author Millie Criswell has now turned her talents to contemporary fiction, whipping up delicious confections of romantic mischief filled with refreshing wit and charm. In What to do About Annie? a provocative game of revenge turns into a most unexpected date with destiny.


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Mass Market Paperback, 336 pages
Published July 31st 2001 by Ivy Books
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Mar 05, 2009 rated it did not like it
Recommends it for: people who know nothing about Catholicism
Shelves: romance
Another book I suffered through in the call of duty to reading in the romance genre. In this one the obstacle for the couple has to do with their relationship 15 years earlier when, after finding out she was pregnant...and then miscarried...he "coped" by entering the seminary and becoming a Catholic priest. EVERYTHING in this book about Catholics and priests is wrong and oversimplified to the point of absurdity. I couldn't take her "setting" seriously, so I couldn't take the book seriously.
Rhonea Ashanti
Oct 19, 2017 rated it liked it
The relatives in this book are hilarious! I actually found myself chuckling during a few parts in the book. The protagonist is sort of annoying, but the priest is heroic and likeable. The circumstances were a little hard to believe which is why I didn't give the book five stars. The writing is clean and uncluttered. The writer has a great sense of humor.
Georgiann Hennelly
Jun 17, 2010 rated it really liked it
Annie is an outspoken and outrageous women ,shes tired of the dating pool.And most of all she,s tired of playing bridesmaid. Fifteen years ago Joe seduced her with a promise of love and a future together. Then he went and became a priest. Annie is still in love with him. But at her best friends wedding she decides to forget him and move on with her life. Only problem is now more than a decade later Joe is ready to quit the preisthood and go after what he really whats Annie after all this time he ...more
Linda Fowles
Jun 12, 2015 rated it really liked it
This was a very pleasant read. It was light and laugh out loud funny in parts. Truly enjoyable - hated it to end.
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National bestselling author Millie Criswell didn't start out to be a writer. Instead, she had aspirations of joining the Rockettes as a toe-tapping member of their dancetroop, or tapping her heart away in one of those big, corny MGM musicals. Of course she was only ten at the time, had absolutely no talent as a dancer, and cannot be blamed for her failure to succeed.

To date, Ms. Criswell has writt

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