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Body Language (edition 2008)

by Suzanne Brockmann

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Title:Body Language
Authors:Suzanne Brockmann
Info:Bantam Dell Publishing Group, Div of Random House, Inc (2008), Edition: Bantam Mass Market Ed, Mass Market Paperback, 288 pages
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Lighthearted, amusing friends to lovers story. ( )
  lesmel | Jun 3, 2013 |
This one was just okay...the library had it on audio, it was short (about 5 hours), and I needed something to listen to while I worked on a project, so....

First of all, the whole "body language" bit just seemed too ridiculous for words. I seriously cannot imagine any self-respecting guy giving those "lessons"--at least not in the awkward, stilted way Clint did. It's been done in other venues and books in a much more realistic--and sensual--manner than this. Secondly, most of the drama in this book just seemed way too manufactured for my taste. It got to the point where it was almost as if Sandy was looking for ways to drive him away. Honestly, a guy says he loves you, can't you just believe him and go with it instead of constantly looking for signs that he's going to leave you? In a nutshell--it wasn't awful, but I was very glad I had read it for free. ( )
  beckymmoe | Apr 3, 2013 |
My first real romance... pretty good. Lots of tension. Very light on plot, very fluffy. ( )
  robindejarnett | Feb 15, 2011 |
I needed to read a category romance novel for a genre study, but I generally don't like category romances. Like short stories, I find them too short to enjoy. Body Language surprised me. The plot and characters are both well developed and the story doesn't seem to 'jump' or skip chunks of the story. If you like the contemporary thread in Susan Brockmann's Troubleshooter series, you will enjoy this fast-paced book. Two friends since junior high school finally admit to each other they want to be more than 'just friends'. Ellen Archer does a wonderful job of narrating. ( )
  ktoonen | Jun 10, 2009 |
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A bad boy in black leather who'd never forgotten the first girl he loved....

Clint McCade roared into town to visit his best friend, just as he had a dozen times before--but this time the rugged photographer had romance on his mind! When Sandy Kirk told him she'd lost her heart at last, he knew he'd waited too long to claim her--but vowed to help her get her man. Practicing seduction and pretending to be lovers started out as a game, but would their lips and bodies betray the desire neither dared to confess?

In a book that's steamy and sensual, witty and poignant, Suzanne Brockmann celebrates an unforgettable reunion between childhood buddies whose romantic destiny is definitely each other! He'd always ridden off into the sunset before, unaware that his heart's desire was so close to home, but now that he'd figured out his dream, would she want the same?
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In this witty, sensual, poignant tale, New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann explores destiny, deception, and that steamy tipping point between deep friendship and romantic love.

Photograher Clint McCade was a rugged free spirit with the perfect life, until he realized something vital was missing—Sandy Kirk. Since grade school, Sandy had been Clint’s best friend and closest confidante. She was smart, beautiful, shy—and clueless about her power over men. But when Clint finally seeks her out to declare his love, he finds she’s fallen for another man.

Sandy knew she was a lot of things to Clint—except what she’d always longed to be: the woman he loved. So it comes as no surprise when he encourages her pursuit of another, even offering to coach her in the art of seduction. But soon the friends find themselves engaged in a series of crossed signals, mixed messages, and unbearably titillating close encounters that prove only one thing is certain: body language doesn’t lie.

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Sandy knew she was a lot of things to Clint--except what she'd always longed to be: the woman he loved. So it comes as no surprise when he encourages her pursuit of another, even offering to coach her in the art of seduction. But soon the friends find themselves engaged in a series of crossed signals, mixed messages, and unbearably titillating close encounters that prove only one thing is certain: body language doesn't lie.… (more)

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