Back to the Bedroom

Back to the Bedroom

Janet Evanovich / Dec 11, 2019

Back to the Bedroom From the New York Times bestselling creator of the Stephanie Plum series comes a revised repackaged classic novel involving a driven redheaded musician a sexy slacker love at first sight a lovab

  • Title: Back to the Bedroom
  • Author: Janet Evanovich
  • ISBN: 9780060598853
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • From the 1 New York Times bestselling creator of the Stephanie Plum series comes a revised, repackaged classic novel involving a driven redheaded musician, a sexy slacker, love at first sight, a lovable gun toting granny, suspicious neighbors, and a thrilling mystery.For months he d thought of her as the Mystery Woman, draped in a black velvet cloak, with outrageous redFrom the 1 New York Times bestselling creator of the Stephanie Plum series comes a revised, repackaged classic novel involving a driven redheaded musician, a sexy slacker, love at first sight, a lovable gun toting granny, suspicious neighbors, and a thrilling mystery.For months he d thought of her as the Mystery Woman, draped in a black velvet cloak, with outrageous red curls, flawless skin, and carrying a large, odd case but the night David Dodd saw a helicopter drop a chunk of metal through the roof of his lovely neighbor s bedroom, he got to meet the formidable and delightful Katherine Finn at last Rescuing damsels and fixing roofs was dangerous work, he told her, and at the very least he deserved a kiss didn t he Kate couldn t argue with Dave s logic, but how could she, the driven concert musician with commitments than hours in the day, be falling head over heels for a likable cuddler who seemed to be drifting through life No one had ever made her feel as cherished or desirable, and she d never had so much fun, but even though her eccentric boarder, Elsie, assured her that where Kate was concerned Dave had plenty of ambition, could she really love a guy who was just smart, sexy and rich

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      • Janet Evanovich

        Janet Evanovich is the 1 New York Times bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum series, the Lizzy and Diesel series, twelve romance novels, the Alexandra Barnaby novels and Trouble Maker graphic novel, and How I Write Secrets of a Bestselling Author, as well as the Fox and O Hare series with co author Lee Goldberg.


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    1. Back To The Bedroom is a pre-Plum novel by popular American author, Janet Evanovich. It is the first book in the Elsie Hawkins series, on whom, Evanovich says, Grandma Mazur was modelled. Dave Dodd has been watching his busy, energetic neighbour come and go for a while: always in a hurry, keeping erratic hours, wearing a long black coat and lugging a large, oddly shaped metal case on wheels. When something really big falls from the sky and crashes through her roof, he jumps to the rescue. Katie [...]


    2. I feel compelled to read all Evanovich novels. Once again, these romance novels that were written before the days of Stephanie Plum are terrible. I don't know why I continue to do this to myself. If you've considered picking one up, don't. I can sum all of them up for youfeisty (usually redhead or blonde with ringlet curls), independent and strong-willed female stumbles across incredibly gorgeous hunk of a man who sees her and is instantly madly in love. She pushes him off repeatedly (but not re [...]



    3. This was another one-day read, when I had too many other things I should have been doing instead. I am very fond of Janet Evanovich’s books, which is one of the few things that JoanEllen & I disagree on. It is light reading, but always fun. This one is not part of the Stephanie Plum series; instead, it is a standalone novel about a too-tight lady cello player, Katherine Finn, who meets the lazy bum living in the next house when an object falls out of the sky and crashes through her roof, a [...]


    4. OK, this is just undeniably cute and cleverI have been an Evanovich fan for a long time. Her stories are strong, well written, and have women characters that are realistic. They have trouble with money, men, jobs, all those things that the rest of us have problems with. Her books are side splittingly funny, and contain the occassional explosion. Hey, who can't love a woman who blows things up?This is a very early work, and shows how Janet got her start. I won't go over the story line, as it is q [...]


    5. This book should have been titled, "Back to the Drawing Board". This should have been remastered with the addition of a real plot! I happened to pick this up because someone had kindly (or not) left it in our rental unit and I was bored and decided to see what all of the Janet Evonovich fuss was about (I see lots of ladies in the airport reading these books and laughing hysterically). Clearly, those ladies were not reading THIS book. Within the first page the book could have been finished; lady [...]


    6. ชอบแทบทุกเรื่องของ Janet Evanovich ตั้งแต่ซีรีส์ Stephanie Plum ก็ติดตามอ่านของนักเขียนท่านนี้ตลอด ชอบอารมณ์ขันของผู้เขียนที่ถ่ายทอดมาสู่เนื้อเรื่องและตัวละคร แม้ว่าบางครั้งจะดูไม่ค่อย make sense แต [...]


    7. Two books in a row from this author, both main women are curly red heads with green eyes and male leads have dark hair dark eyes, and in both books there are men breaking into houses and the MC gets 'kidnapped' in some way shape or form. This MC was a little annoying in her constant back and forth, but who here hasn't gone overboard overthinking something in their heads? Elsie is definitely the shining star in these stories. Evanovich has a knack for witty and humorous dialogue to keep you enter [...]


    8. Super Cute!I listened to the audio read by CJ Critt. A really cute love story between two neighbors, Kate the Cellist, and David, the comic reading, toy loving, lotto winner. The story begins with a crash through Kates roof that lands onto her bed, ruining her new comforter.David falls for her instantly, but she fights her feeling having just recently ended her marriage to a fellow musician, Anitol the oboist.I highly reccomend listening to the audio. CJ Critt makes the book super fun to listen [...]


    9. laughed out loud so hard and long at the car repair place, everyone wanted to know what I was readingFor example, here are several quotes I saved (I collect them for rainy days):"Just because we're engaged doesn't mean you can take liberties.""Too late. I've already taken all your liberties"And "it's hard to think straight when you're filling me with all your glory."If you like this non-gross but very light-hearted banter, you will like this book. I clearly did. Thanks, JE


    10. This is exactly what you'd expect it to be. Early Evanovich, pre-Plum, where she is really working out some signature aspects of her writing that will make her the best-selling author that she is today. Sometimes you need something predictable, and that's what I wanted when I picked this up. Wacky, silly fluff - enjoyable for a Sunday afternoon at the park while watching the kids play.(I feel the need to add that I'm watching my kids play - not random kids. Thanks)


    11. The main character upset me in this book, because she couldn't see real love when it was right before her eyes. David, the next door neighbor who had fallen in love with her, treated her like a queen, but all she gave him in return was a bad attitude and smart remarks. Finally, she realizes that love doesn't have to look and act a certain way. Thankfully she isn't too late.


    12. Cute love story! One if the few that I have read by Janet Evanovich with dual first-person perspective. I love hearing the thoughts of the hero and heroine. Wouldn't it be great to hear the thoughts of Ranger and Morelli in the Stephanie Plum novels?


    13. ***3.5*** This is a really cute read but I would have liked to see more character development with Dave. I would have liked to know about his past.


    14. We see Grandma Mazures prototype in this fun quirky book! I am not sure how I missed this classic Evanovich? I enjoyed this book because it showed her young unpolished writing!




    15. Yes another good one!I thought that I had read all of Janet Evanovich's backlist. I was wrong. And not disappointed by this earlier book.



    16. Discovered I had not read this old Evanovich book. Enjoy all her Stephanie Plum books for a quick, light read. It was written before the time of Plum and in the author's words, this romance novel is 'screwball comedy'. It introduces Elsie Hawkins, who is the prototype for Grandma Mazur in the Plum books as well as Kate Finn who is very much like Stephanie. It's a one-day-read type book. Cute!


    17. Great Fantastic every emotion you could have!Great book first I've read I used to listen to her Plum Serious while driving to and from work there were the best and the person she had so the audio is the Best but reading one of her books instead of listening is just as good . In to my next book. Thank You


    18. This was a fun easy to listen to/ read book. Lots of laugh, a little tension and a whole lot of interesting situations that happen to the couple as they start their relationship. Light hearted and a good read.


    19. Typical story from Janet. Redhead with green eyes has commitment issues and doesn't want a relationship, but immediately falls for a guy she thinks is wrong for her and continues to come up with reasons why they shouldn't be together (all over the course of a few days/weeks).


    20. Janet Evanovich writes such great adventure stories. Even her early romances have so much action in them, it's hard to classify them just as one thing. These are pure fluff. But adorable fluff, kind of like the little black kitten featured on the cover here.


    21. This was a cute, fluffy romance. I enjoyed it, although it ended abruptly. Uptight, driven, Type A woman falls for a man who is her opposite. Add in some crazy situations and be willing to laugh at the ridiculous and you will like it too.


    22. This was a quick lighthearted and funny read. The plot is bizarre but the characters are so much fun it doesn't really matter, unfortunately I didn't actually like Kate that much, everyone else was brilliant but she was just so uptight and a bit dull in places.



    23. Typical Janet Evanovich. Lots of aspects reminds me of Stephanie Plum and her boarder of Gandma Mazur. Light, entertaining and forgettable.


    24. AdorableAnother cute story by Evanovich. A super fast read that is full of humor. Love Elsie. She is a real hoot.


    25. I love the way Evanovich adds humor to everyday situations. I couldn't put the book down because I wanted to see what happened next.


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