Books by Rachel Gibson

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Not Another Bad Date

I’ve enjoyed Rachel Gibson’s series featuring four writer friends and the wrap up, Not Another Bad Date, is no exception. Is fantasy writer Adele Harris cursed? Since all her dates seem to turn bad in the most bizarre of ways, Adele is starting to think so. Still, she’s got other things to ...

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Tangled Up in You

Despite hearing a lot of good things about Rachel Gibson from my friends, I had yet to read one of her novels. Now, I figure it’s better late than never - within days of finishing this one, I already had two books from Gibson’s backlist at the top of my TBR pile. And if they’re anything like T ...

C+
I'm In No Mood For Love

I'm In No Mood For Love is split right down the middle for me as far as grading went. The first half of the book had me wishing for a time machine so that I could rethink my choice in picking this title, while the last half was thoroughly enjoyable. I settled for a C and then realized that if I had ...

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Sex, Lies, and Online Dating

You've gotta love Gibson’s heroes – they are so realistic that you can reach out and touch them and they are simply such…men! Their combination of attitudes, communication skills, thoughts, and half attempts to see things from a woman’s perspective is very effective. Sex, Lies, and Online Da ...

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The Trouble With Valentine's Day

The Trouble with Valentine’s Day takes the reader back to Gibson’s fictional town of Gospel, Idaho for a second visit. This is a pretty typical Rachel Gibson story with its ex-athlete uber-alpha hero and attractively insecure heroine in the midst of a life change. I was glad to read it – I’m ...

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Daisy's Back in Town

Rachel Gibson is one of my very few auto-buy authors and I grabbed her new book to read as soon as my pre-ordered copy arrived in the mail. Daisy's Back in Town is a book that is built around a couple of romance novel clichés. Let's get those out of the way. This is a secret baby book, and it do ...

D
Daisy's Back in Town

I can't quite bring myself to call protagonist Jackson Parrish a hero when jerk, alternately modified by obnoxious, arrogant, and (most aptly of all), juvenile do a far better job of accurately representing the character and his actions. Add in the very familiar setting and premise (big city woman r ...

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Lola Carlyle Reveals All

Lola Carlyle Reveals All pits former model and current lingerie maven Lola against government agent Max Zamora. Max is on the run from a powerful drug lord when he steals a yacht. Unfortunately, Lola is inside, and the ensuing scuffle leaves Max and Lola stranded in the ocean on a disabled boat. As ...

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Lola Carlyle Reveals All

I know as I write this review that it's not going to find universal agreement, and some of you may even feel that I've lost my mind for granting the latest Rachel Gibson release DIK status. Nevertheless, Lola Carlyle Reveals All is exactly the kind of book I like, a somewhat suspenseful contemporary ...

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True Confessions

Rachel Gibson is an author I can count on. I have yet to read a book by her that I didn't like. Her books are very funny and very sexy, and her heroes are very, very alpha. True Confessions fits right into this pattern. It was a fun and fast read. Hope Spencer is a tabloid writer for one of the m ...