Beautiful widow Karen Lawrence doesn’t put much trust on men particularly her boss MacAllister Taggert. She believes that MacAllister is a playboy and. Just Curious by Jude Deveraux – book cover, description, publication history. Just Curious By Jude Deveraux – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

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Item s unavailable for purchase. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. First appearing as a short story in the anthology Simple Giftsthis festive eBook is now available on its own at an unbeatable price—perfect for new and old fans alike.

One whole floor of the building owned by the Taggerts had been set aside for conferences and meetings.

That seems to cure every woman of you forever. There was a kitchen for the resident chef and a kitchen for clients who liked to rustle up their deceraux grub. The story line e was predictable but fun. Ray and I were more than just married, we were partners. Ms Deveraux has created a lovely sense of love and laughter, which is just what one would expect from her.

Just Curious by Jude Deveraux

Love the characters and how the book ended. And they were a nice group, Karen admitted to herself.

This is a novella, yet it is incredible how much depth of characters and story Jude Deveraux incorporates in this most enjoyable read.


Only that piece of paper saying I sat through years of boring classes means anything. Karen would remain at her desk, forcing herself to keep her opinions to herself.

The room was all white and silver, just like the tree—and just as cold, Karen thought. You did not tell me what the next book in the series was. He was obviously a Taggert, but not one Karen had seen before. Price may vary by retailer. Preview — Just Curious by Jude Deveraux. Short and sweet I would reccomend this book to any short story lover. Now Loretta gave a sigh that made the stall door rattle against its lock.

Since Loretta had told every female in the office all about the divine Mr. Maybe better as a book, not a short story. Against a wall was a bookshelf filled with books, one shelf covered with framed photographs, and Karen was drawn to them.

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Love, hate, confusion it’s all there. If there are seven male attendants and only six female, women get a bit out-of-sorts about things like that.

I wish she would take as much time with her endings as she does her beginnings. The minute you start telling him your opinions, he asks the waiter to give him the check. She was so hugely pregnant she could hardly reach the kettle. Free eBook offer available to NEW subscribers only. I didn’t want to finish it at all Dec 25, Kristina Birch rated it it was amazing. Snatching her child away from Karen, she hurried down the hall.


Sign up and get a free eBook! Enlightenment lit his face. You’ve deceraux reported this review. Lawrence, I want to offer you a job over Christmas. Feb 07, Annette rated it it was amazing.

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Now I just have to find another one of her books to read. You did not tell me what next book in the series class. Colefax and Fowler had made an English room that looked like something from Chatsworth. A Deevraux Read Read it in one sitting great characters A real feel good read!

The day-care center was overflowing with children, for the families of deverauxx Taggerts who owned the building were there.

The Scent of Jasmine. At her detachment, he gave a genuine smile. Next justt when I announce our split, no one will be surprised. Whatever I may think of you, your family is very nice and, according to the local papers, has been nice for generations. Now we must go. She could audition Lady Macbeth at the reception. She was as dark as Karen was fair, half a foot shorter, and voluptuous.

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