Toxic Bachelors by Danielle Steel Paperback Book


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Author: Danielle Steel

Narrator: Kyf Brewer

Format: Unabridged-CD

Publisher: Random House

Published: Oct 2005

Genre: Fiction - General

Retail Price: $44.95

Discs: 10


Three daunting bachelors embark on a journey to the Mediterranean where they fall for women who challenge their deepest relationship phobias, sparking big changes in the once-carefree trio that just might put an end to their carousing days forever. Simultaneous.

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BookLender review by Jennifer on 2007-06-14 17:41:43

This book had to be one of THE biggest wastes of time ever. The writing was predictable, repetitive, and forgetable. Terrible book.

BookLender review by Kimberly on 2007-10-31 16:30:57

It dragged on for so long...Get on with it already!

BookLender review by Debby on 2007-06-04 17:22:18

Every so often, I switch to Danielle Steele to take a break from the thrillers/mysteries that I prefer. I'd say that this story started out a little dullsville. It got a little more interesting towards the middle and then just fit together all nice and neat-- which I think Ms. Steele is known for. Good Chick Book, but nothing earth shattering.