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Plan B: Boyfriend (The McNulty Brothers #2)

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Grace under pressure was Sarah's hallmark. Smashing antiques in her philandering ex-husband's brokerage firm lobby? Totally out of character. She's always been the one who coped. Who pleased. So how to explain tossing the valuables? And how to explain letting Charlie McNulty ride to the rescue?Charlie hates mess--emotional mess, in particular--and this is a doozy. He can't ...more
Paperback, 249 pages
Published December 1st 2009 by Harlequin (first published 2009)
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This was an adorable book. It's a "getting over divorce from a jerk" story with a side of a hero who wants his life more in the lifeless category. He wants everything under control without any drama. The heroine has been coming in second her whole life, twisting herself into a pretzel to conform to what others want, and now that the "cheating SOB" is gone, she's decided never to do that anymore. There are cute, playful scenes, witty banter, two adorable kids, and it's just a great, fun, yet hear ...more
Misha Crews
May 29, 2010 Misha Crews rated it really liked it
The love story in this book is as much between Sarah and her children as it is between Sarah and her man Charlie. A fun and feisty romance which reminds us that no matter how insignificant we feel, no matter how many times we "come in second," we're always in First Place with those who love us. And vice versa!
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Oct 28, 2015 Giulia Torre rated it it was amazing
I'd started it this past weekend and was engaged with the opening scene. What a perfect introduction. Smart heroine, fast and funny prose. I loved it! Took it into the tub last night and stayed up to midnight to finish. Charlie was hot. Vegas night sex was hot. Second sex was hot. Did I say I loved it?!
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2.5 stars

I liked it but not as much as I expected to or wanted to. (Especially as I read it because I'd seen it mentioned somewhere.) The plot was fine but I felt distant from all of the characters, I couldn't connect or really care about them.
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Funny - love the McNultys
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