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  • Audio Cassette
  • Publisher: Macmillan Audio; Unabridged edition (April 1 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1559279761
  • ISBN-13: 978-1559279765
  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 6.8 x 16 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 209 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)

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Praise for FULL HOUSE:

“A truly delightful madcap mix. The blend of these two authors’ trademark humor makes for a fun, funny and exhilarating romp.”
Romantic Times Top Pick

“Evanovich has a huge following.... (and) Lorelei King is one of her favorite readers.” —AudioFile

From the Back Cover

Dear Reader,

Get ready to have the hottest time of your life with the sizzling duo of newspaper editor Jamie Swift and mysterious millionaire Max Holt. My good friend Charlotte Hughes and I set out to create a whole new world, separate from my Stephanie Plum novels, yet inhabited by the same kind of zany, hilarious, and totally unique characters that we love. There's never a dull moment for the residents of Beaumont, South Carolina. Lately, a heat wave's spiked the mercury-and everyone's sex drive! These days, when Jamie runs into Max, it's all she can do not to tear his clothes off-and the feeling is mutual. But trouble seems to follow Max like moths to a flame, and Jamie suspects he's all wrong for her. Meanwhile, the lingerie shop is having a sale on edible underwear, while the bakery's selling aphrodisiac-laced brownies and x-rated birthday cakes. Even Jamie's dog, Fleas, is dodging passes from the amorous French poodle next door! But when someone starts bumping off some of the town's more annoying citizens, all clues lead straight to the new personals section in Jamie's newspaper. Pretty soon, things are getting hot and heavy, as Max and Jamie start uncovering secrets-and undressing each other...

So settle in with a tall, cool drink, and have fun with Full Blast. We'll be back soon, with another steamy romantic adventure featuring Jamie and Max. Happy reading!

Janet and Charlotte

"Two very powerful authors who are both extremely skilled at creating books bursting with action, adventure and amusement, have paired up to create another fast-paced, wacky novel filled with eccentric characters and southern ambience." -The Road to Romance on Full Tilt
--This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.

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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Jamie Swift is a small town newspaper editor, also known as Swifty by multi-millionaire Mac Holt, who is a silent partner in the paper. Jamie has started a new personals section in the newspaper. But, when a local lingerie shop owner is killed after having a grand opening, and one of her personals is found circled in her office things become tense for Jamie and she calls Max for help. (This is the 3rd book the 2 have teamed up in). There are more killings that also seem to link back to the personals section. Max and Jamie go undercover along with a "clairvoyant" named Destiny to see if they can ferret out who the killer is. So Jamie and Destiny date the different men, compare notes with Max and his computer "muffin" at the same time as Max and Jamie continue to fight their desires for each other. At one point Jamie who has frequented the new lingerie shop is very "tipsy" and decided to show Max, at his B&B room, her new lingerie and at the same time that she does the door opens to the owner of the B&B, making Jamie the talk of the town.
This is not up to the caliber that one would expect if they are Stephanie Plum fans but if you are looking for a VERY light read with some humor this one is for you.
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
I've never read any of Janet Evanovich or Charlotte Hughes' other novels... so I really didn't know what to expect when I grabbed this book in an airport to read on a 3 hour flight. I read the book in just over an hour and a half, mostly because the book is full of interesting dialogue and it moves quickly. The chracters were, for the most part, wacky and intriguing and kept my interest.
The basic storyline is, Jamie Swift owns and runs a local newspaper in smalltown Beaumont, South Carolina. She had a relationship with uber hot millionaire businessman Max Holt (I assume in a previous novel), but the two have not seen each other in several weeks. When murders start happening in Beaumont and they appear tied to the personals section of Jamie's newspaper, she calls in Max for help and the two start to heat things up all over again as they try and solve the mystery.
While the book was a fast paced read with interesting characters, it was also chock full of cliches and absurdities. First, how many romance novels have average Jane smalltown girl meeting and falling in love with the uber-millionaire who dates famous models and actresses? I know it's a fun read, but after the 10 millionth time reading it, it gets a little silly. Maybe it's just me, but I'm getting sick of the billionaire heros in romance novels. It IS possible to have a great hero who isn't richer than Bill Gates!
The other MAJOR absurdity of the book is Max's computer, "Muffin." Maybe I found it totally stupid and preposterous because I work in the computer game industry around lots of programmers on a daily basis. Max's computer is basically like David Hasselhoff's car in Knight Rider. Except worse. It has a personality and feelings (um, the computer suffers PMS?!). Come on now.
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By Gail Cooke TOP 50 REVIEWER on May 21 2004
Format: Audio Cassette
Here 'tis - the fourth in this list topping series set in the not at all peaceful town of Beaumont, South Carolina with a cast headed by newspaper editor Jamie Swift and irresistible millionaire Max Holt - an incendiary pair if there ever was one.
Audio books are such a pleasure, and one reason for this is A-one reader Lorelei King. Just ask Janet Evanovich: "Lorelei King started reading my British books originally, and I liked her so much I asked my American publishers if they would use her as well. She creates a character that everyone can understand and everyone can identify with. Each of the characters has a little different inflection so that we really do know when the character changes, but it's not so dramatic that you can't create the character in your head."
Amen to all of the above. So just settle in for another funny, sexy, and suspenseful romp with Jamie and Max as related in the incomparable voice of Lorelei King.
There's a heat wave in Beaumont right now, as well as the heat generated between Jamie and Max. Looking for a way to up the paper's income Jamie begins a personal ads column. Then, suddenly, very unBeaumontian things occur: off-color fortune cookies are produced by a local Chinese restaurant, a lingerie shop opens that would make Fredericks of Hollywood blush, and, of all things, pornographic pastries are popping from the bakery's ovens.
As if that were not enough - a few citizens that won't be greatly missed are murdered.
Jamie and Max have mayhem on their hands and romance on their minds.
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Format: Audio CD
Here 'tis - the fourth in this list topping series set in the not at all peaceful town of Beaumont, South Carolina with a cast headed by newspaper editor Jamie Swift and irresistible millionaire Max Holt - an incendiary pair if there ever was one.
Audio books are such a pleasure, and one reason for this is A-one reader Lorelei King. Just ask Janet Evanovich: "Lorelei King started reading my British books originally, and I liked her so much I asked my American publishers if they would use her as well. She creates a character that everyone can understand and everyone can identify with. Each of the characters has a little different inflection so that we really do know when the character changes, but it's not so dramatic that you can't create the character in your head."
Amen to all of the above. So just settle in for another funny, sexy, and suspenseful romp with Jamie and Max as related in the incomparable voice of Lorelei King.
There's a heat wave in Beaumont right now, as well as the heat generated between Jamie and Max. Looking for a way to up the paper's income Jamie begins a personal ads column. Then, suddenly, very unBeaumontian things occur: off-color fortune cookies are produced by a local Chinese restaurant, a lingerie shop opens that would make Fredericks of Hollywood blush, and, of all things, pornographic pastries are popping from the bakery's ovens.
As if that were not enough - a few citizens that won't be greatly missed are murdered.
Jamie and Max have mayhem on their hands and romance on their minds.
- Gail Cooke
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