• Title: Blind Date
  • Author: Emma Darcy
  • ISBN: 9780373029006
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback
  • Blind Date Men should be kept barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen There Peggy grinned mischievously no man would warm up to an answer like that Especially not Adam Gale the sexiest celebrity in the country b
    Men should be kept barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen There, Peggy grinned mischievously, no man would warm up to an answer like that Especially not Adam Gale, the sexiest celebrity in the country bound to be a chauvinist Sure Adam looked like any woman s dream come true, but it was Peggy s interest in communications that had prompted her to enter Australia s na Men should be kept barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen There, Peggy grinned mischievously, no man would warm up to an answer like that Especially not Adam Gale, the sexiest celebrity in the country bound to be a chauvinist Sure Adam looked like any woman s dream come true, but it was Peggy s interest in communications that had prompted her to enter Australia s nationally televised Blind Date contest She didn t intend to win it But she did So obviously the real Adam Gale loved a challenge Well, Peggy mused, he d just met her

    One Reply to “Blind Date”

    1. Decent book, what I liked was that the heroine had principles and even when she fell for the hero she was not willing to let her education slid for him. The hero is famous and used to getting his way and the heroine is a breath of fresh air, she didn't want to win the date with him and he knows that, she also doesn't worship him or fall at his feet. I liked how he was willing to apologize for his mistakes. I am now curious to read Songs of a Wren in which we meet the Knights, who are mentioned h [...]

    2. หนังสือเก่าแล้วค่ะ เรื่องนี้รู้สึกจะเขียนปี 1986 (ยี่สิบห้าปีก่อน) ให้ 4.5 ดาวเวลาอ่านต้องคอยปรับความคิดนิดหน่อยเพราะหลายอย่างที่คนสมัยก่อนคิดไม่เหมือนสมัยนี้ทีเดียวนัก แต่โดยรว [...]

    3. It was very nice book (view spoiler)[(and darn witty too). As some other reviewer described - its about a woman who goes to tv show in hopes of winning a tape player and with her antagonistic answers to simple love questions, intrigues the musician/singer into going out with her - what follows is that he expects her to be like all the groupies and ends up being slapped down ( quite literally) by the heroine - There are some good moralistic lessons in the book about what keeps love alive and how [...]

    4. The reviews about this book are a little confusing. Maybe it contained more stories than just the one I read. The I read was about an intelligent young women who's in college studying media communications. She entered a game show hoping to win the second prize--a stereo. She won first prize by accident, a date with a gorgeous musician. He's arrogant and has a bad temper but they eventually fall for each other. I thought the guy was seriously a jerk, the story was really, really, really standard [...]

    5. Peggy's aim to fail at winning a blind date with pop-star Adam backfires. Adam finds the answers to his question intrigue him and wants to know more about the spirited woman. Just OK. Seems to just jump suddenly from first meeting to sex.

    6. I have mixed feelings about this book. I first heard about this story from my high school seatmate who is into romance pocketbooks and eventually I got hooked too! But I never found the copy of this book up until last year. The story started as interesting, the heroine was smart and sassy. I didn't like the Hero though. He was a jerk and although he did come after the heroine in the end, it seemed like a (late) afterthought.

    7. I like the story 3.5 but I went up because I liked the heroine. She did not become steam rolled into forgetting who or what she wanted

    8. I really liked this book, the storyline was interesting and the heroine was witty and always stood up for herself.

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