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Jennifer Crusie

I haven't read any of her books and my MIL got me a $50 gift card to BN for my birthday, so I thought I'd give a couple a shot since they are on 'the list'.


So, my question is, are her books all stand alones?  Do you recommend any over the others?  She's got a lot of books.


Any other good reads, let me know.  So far, in my shopping cart I have Cutting Loose and Bending the Rules by Susan Andersen, Crazy for Love by Victoria Dahl and True Confessions by Rachel Gibson.


Contemplating the I Spy Series by Jo Davis, Shadow of the Vampire by Meagan Hatfield and/or that Vampire Queen series in the New Release Tuesday thread.


Too many books, too little time....


We cannot really love anybody with whom we never laugh. - Agnes Repplier
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Registered: ‎03-12-2010
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Re: Jennifer Crusie

Crusie has a lot of stand alone books, but some are connected.  I usually go to Fantastic Fiction because the do a good job of grouping author's books by series.  Here's the website.

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Re: Jennifer Crusie



Wild Ride 



WELCOME TO TEMPTATION and FAKING IT go together, in that order, but you can read either of them alone. I've read all of her books and love them all. These are my favorites:



The Cinderella Deal



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Registered: ‎05-04-2010
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Re: Jennifer Crusie

I love her books! one of my favorites is Crazy for you

Crazy for You 


Agnes and the Hitman  

Strange Bedpersons  

Trust Me on This  

Getting Rid of Bradley  

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Re: Jennifer Crusie

My favorite book of all time is: Bet Me!


I believe it is her finest book. It is fun, and I love all the characters in it. It is about and guy named Cal who never backs down from a bet, and Min, who needs a wedding date to her sister's wedding and to teach Cal a lession.



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Re: Jennifer Crusie

i think jennifer crusied is a wonderful author who can always make me laugh. my favorite book by her is probably:


Strange Bedpersons 


"He is bound to you,” said the Queen. “But does he love you?"
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Registered: ‎10-09-2010
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Re: Jennifer Crusie

I haven't been disappointed by anything she's written. Fun reads!

There is nothing better than getting lost in a great book!
If you enjoy romance, be sure to check out my novels:

An Unexpected Obsession  

A Dose of Reality