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Melanie_Murray
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The Books of Rachel Gibson

Hey all,
Discuss your other fave Rachel Gibson titles right here. As I wrote in the book club thread, See Jane Score is probably my favorite because it was the first Gibson I ever read.
 
What are your favorites?
 
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becke_davis
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Re: The Books of Rachel Gibson

I've read them all and it would be hard to pick a favorite -- they were all good enough to read twice!
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Melanie_Murray
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Re: The Books of Rachel Gibson

They are all good. I loved Daisy's Back in Town, too.
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sherryj
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Re: The Books of Rachel Gibson

I have just discovered Rachel's books and have read Simply Irresistible and See Jane Score.  I enjoyed both books immensely but would say that Simply Irresistible is my favorite.  Superb character development in this book.  Appreciated the strengths and vulnerabilities of John & Georgie and loved six-year old Lexie.  Will definitely plan to read Rachel's entire catalog of books.
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Cheyenne_Catina
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Re: The Books of Rachel Gibson

my favorite books would be either see jane score,or all tangled up
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Cheyenne_Catina
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Re: The Books of Rachel Gibson

i read her new book, true love and other disasters, it was great...

my fav woujld still have to be see jane score though:smileyhappy:

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