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Keeping Company (Rainbow Chasers #2)

3.28  ·  Rating details ·  396 Ratings  ·  34 Reviews
Dressed as a sexy comic-book princess on her way to a costume party, Alaina Montgomery can't believe it when her car breaks down on a dark mountain road. The last thing she needs is a disguised, but irresistably charming, Dylan Harrison trying to rescue her—and getting them both arrested. Dylan wondered if he could slip beneath her armor to find the vulnerable woman inside ...more
Audio CD, 192 pages
Published October 12th 2010 by AudioGO (first published June 1st 1990)
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Aug 17, 2013 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I just grabbed this off the shelf to listen to during my commute and, if I had to go to the effort to actually read it as a book, I would have put it down after 1 chapter. The characters are such unrealistic caricatures of their "type" and the dialog and situations are really stupid. The premise (pretending to be a couple then falling love for real) is common but I can't get over the moronic way the characters think and act. Do not read it. I will avoid Tami Hoag's books like the plague from now ...more
If you are looking for the suspense works by Tami Hoag, this isn't one!

However, if you like an occasional absurd romantic comedy, then you'll probably enjoy this light-hearted early work by Tami Hoag. If you don't think to hard about the over-used plot devices such as "let's pretend to be together so no one will bother us," Keeping Company was fun and frothy. There was a bare hint of paranormal in it, but nothing that can't be overlooked as whimsy. Keeping Company is the second in the "Rainbow
Nov 20, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is the second in Tami Hoag's Rainbow Chasers series, and so far it's the best. Whereas the first book leaned toward the romantic suspense genre, this book is more of a screwball romantic comedy. The main characters are attractive and quirky, the dialog is the quick-witted, sharp and sexy banter you would expect in this genre. Since this book was written early in Hoag's career, and part of the Loveswept line of books, the sex scenes are on the cheesy side, but fortunately the story and the c ...more
Oct 09, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I really like Tami Hoag's mystery books so when I was in the mood for a romance I grabbed one by her. Unfortunately, this was written in 1990 and reminds me of the romances I used to read way back in the 80's...not sure if it's because I'm older or not, but this was just ok. It was light and an easy read but also entirely predictable and not that exciting.
Okay, I listented to this book, I didn't read it. It is boring, predictable and embaressing... I like Tami Hoag, even like some of her romances but this one, despite the Doctor Who references, was over the top. The characters THINK for pages and pages and pages ways that made me cringe.
I like this book despite myself. it was Fluffy predictable nothing really happened, but it was the dialogue that made me really enjoy it. Dylan is just a hoot. Can't help myself, when I fall in love with the main character I gotta think the book is good :-)
Jan 07, 2013 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: no one
I like Tami Hoag...but this book? the worst example of self-deprication and an inablity to communicate. blech - i can hardly imagine this story in my mind. Too sappy and wayyyyyyy to predictable.
Jul 09, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Very humorous, sweet read.
Carol Ann
Oct 02, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Tami Hoag can write mystery and she can write romance. This romantic novel has a lot of humor and heart. A nice beach book. Diverting.
One of the more enjoyable of her Loveswept additions. Both characters were interesting and their issues were believable without extra melodrama.
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