Books by Elizabeth Bevarly

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He Could Be the One

Although I've been hearing about Elizabeth Bevarly for years now, this is the first time I've gotten around to trying one of her books. I found it to be the perfect example of a mixed bag. The biggest distraction for me was the prose style, but the hit-and-miss humor also made the book an uneven rea ...

B+
First Comes Love

Cotton candy is quite insubstantial, but that doesn't make it any less sweet. First Comes Love is just about as substantial as cotton candy and every bit as sweet. I was charmed and delighted as could be as I read this book. The plot is a delightful farce, the characters are darling, and I was smili ...

B+
A Lawless Man

If one day I was told I could only have one comfort read, I have no doubt which one I would choose. Elizabeth Bevarly's A Lawless Man. I love this book - I mean I really, really love this book. For me, it has that indefinable quality called charm. I fell in love with the book at first read, and ha ...

B
How to Trap a Tycoon

Rarely has the battle of the sexes been this much fun! Elizabeth Bevarly has filled her latest novel with her trademark humor and style. With characters such as Seven and Seven, Salty Dog, Rusty Nail and our hero, Oban-Over-Ice, how could this book not be a good time? Dorsey MacGuinnes is livi ...

C
Dr. Mommy

Elizabeth Bevarly is an automatic buy for me, but I don't exactly know why. I've now read six of her series romances. I've got her single title releases Her Man Friday and My Man Pendleton to-be-read, as well as a few more of her series releases. Of the six series titles I've read, the one I like ...

B+
A Doctor in Her Stocking

What do you get when you put together a Scrooge of a doctor with a cheerful pregnant widow? Well, if you're lucky enough to have Elizabeth Bevarly as the one putting them together for you, then the result is a delightful stocking stuffer. Dr. Reed Atchison and Dr. Seth Mahon ...

B+
My Man Pendleton

I may get drummed out of the sisterhood, but I must confess that I generally don't like the heroines of screwball comedies. Too often, they are so dumb and annoying, I wonder how they have lived as long as they have (are you listening, Ally McBeal)? Kit McClellan, the heroine of Elizabeth Bevarly's ...

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The Virgin and the Vagabond

Comet Bob appears every fifteen years over the skies of Endicott, Indiana to mess with people's minds and - local folklore has it - grant you a wish if you were lucky enough to have been born in a year when Bob made an appearance. Kirby Connaught was a comet-year baby and when she was fifteen, Kirby ...

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Bride of the Bad Boy

Endicott, Indiana is like a living episode of Leave it to Beaver. All the moms and dads there are like June and Ward Cleaver and nobody bothers to lock their cars or doors. The only exciting thing that happens in the town is the visit of Comet Bob who appears in the skies over Endicott every fiftee ...

B
Beauty and the Brain

I was in the mood for a category romance and picked up Beauty and the Brain, the second in Elizabeth Bevarly's Blame it on Bob miniseries.  I'm a real pushover for books with scientists in them. The Bob of the title is a comet, Bobryzckolonycki, to give it its full name, which comes around every fi ...