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Bet Me [Jennifer Crusie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jennifer Crusie’s. Jennifer Crusie’s newest, Bet Me, is straight-up proof women’s Bet Me is both a sentimental and joyful book, a bit of a departure for this. Min Dobbs knows that happily-ever-after is a fairy tale, especially with a man like Cal Morrisey, who asked her to dinner to win a bet. Cal Morrisey knows.

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What’s it all about This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Even if he is gorgeous and successful Calvin Morrisey.

Ms Crusie writes with such wit and passion and humor, I was literally smiling the entire time I read this book. He also was quick to put Mims mom in her place when it came to her harping all the time to Mim about not eating carbs and dieting. She was strong, funny, sweet, and very relatable.

Call is the p I needed this book! And when it came to the important stuff they were both there for each other!

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Finding exactly the right balance between cynicism and optimism, Crusie deftly blends snappy dialogue; quirky, irrepressible secondary characters; and two beautifully matched protagonists struggling against their romantic fate.

Rachel Potter Review Date: I loved how every time Cal or Mim voiced out loud to themselves that they were never going to see each other again something weird would happen.

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Truly loved that dream of a book boyfriend. Apr 01, Zeek rated it really liked it Shelves: It’s a keeper, one of JC’s best! These two had really good friends! Hating game was a good fun light read.

She had the most awesome shoes! I love Crusie titles generally and this one in particular.

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She would show them. Because when real life meets true love, all bets are off. Crusie masterfully depicts how these groups of people become more jenniifer more integrated as Cal and Min become closer, until they become one lively, cohesive bunch of friends. I also like how they trusted each other despite everything that happened.

Like self raising flour. This style of plot where there are other things going on above the main romance are my favorite. View all 87 comments. Min, in particular, is very concerned with her weight – she’s not obese, but she’s definitely not thin, and her hateful mother is convinced that “all men are visual” brt that if she and her daughters aren’t Barbie-perfect, their men are bound to cheat on and leave them.

Buy Bet Me by Jennifer Crusie: I loved both the hero crisie heroine in this story, I fell in love with Min, she was sassy and vulnerable and I loved her quirky, goofy sense of humour even with her self doubt she was always likeable a great leading lady for the delectable Cal, this hero was outstanding he was sweet and sexy and all things book yummy, I was more than pleased to meet this duo.

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View all 46 comments. No one would have pictured them together, least of all themselves. Elvis was a character of its own league here! I might have liked it so much because Mim and Cal acted like enemies instead of lovers. Minerva Dobbs knows that happily-ever-after is a fairy tale, especially with a man who asked her to dinner vrusie win a bet. My first book by Jennifer Cruise En este caso, es una relectura. Lynda X February 12, at See all 3 questions about Bet Me….

To sum it up quickly, I loved it for a lot of reasons but mainly: I mean, she introduces her “R rated pixie” friend on like page five. Explore the Home Gift Guide.

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