Accompanying Alice

For her thirty fifth birthday, divorced Alice Meyers received news of her upcoming grandmotherhood, a pink slip, a thousand seed pearls to sew on her sister s wedding veil and a pistol pointed at her by a gorgeous, gun wielding stranger who insisted on being her houseguestFederal Agent Gabriel Book had to figure out who d set him up, and where better to hide than in plaFor her thirty fifth birthday, divorced Alice Meyers received news of her upcoming grandmotherhood, a pink slip, a thousand seed pearls to sew on her sister s wedding veil and a pistol pointed at her by a gorgeous, gun wielding stranger who insisted on being her houseguestFederal Agent Gabriel Book had to figure out who d set him up, and where better to hide than in plain sight at the home of an everyday woman planning a huge family wedding But who d have guessed that Alice s relatives would be far complicated than mere traitors or that masquerading as Alice s new boyfriend would provide such passionate undercover work Or that accompanying Alice through her whole zany life would start to look so very appealing
Accompanying Alice For her thirty fifth birthday divorced Alice Meyers received news of her upcoming grandmotherhood a pink slip a thousand seed pearls to sew on her sister s wedding veil and a pistol pointed at her

  • Title: Accompanying Alice
  • Author: Terese Ramin
  • ISBN: 9780373096565
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Accompanying Alice”

    1. I had wanted to read this book ever since I read Drive By Wedding, which features the daughter of the heroine in Accompanying Alice. I enjoyed this book even though it was sometimes bogged down by way too much family but I was prepared for that since I had read Drive by Wedding and in that we had met the extended family of Alice, her six other sisters and their kids.Alice has had a bad week, she has just turned thirty-five, her twin eighteen year old daughters have just graduated high school, on [...]

    2. July, 2012Probably more 3.5*. I liked the beginning and the end. Loved the humor and crazy big family dynamics but felt the middle of the book kind of bogged down. Maybe too much introspection by both the h/H. Wanted them to quit dithering and get on with it.Re-Read December 23, 2014 Upgraded from 3* to 4*

    3. 4 ½ Stars! ~ Alice Brannigan Meyers was having one hell of a week. “On Monday, Alice turned thirty-five. On Tuesday, her eighteen year old twins graduated from high school. Wednesday, the rumor that the small independent bookstore – which had fed, clothed and housed her and the twins for the past fifteen years – was going out of business became a fact. In Thursday’s wash she found six square innocent-looking cellophane-wrapped packages that let her know at least one, if not both of her [...]

    4. I like this because it features a 35+ heroine, and because the hero is really quite swoon-worthy. I liked all the family antics, and the whole wedding plot was quite nice as well.The only thing I didn't like was the baby filled epilogue.

    5. When good Samaritan, Alice Meyer, stops to check out a body lying by the road, she doesn't realize what it will mean for her. All she knows is that she has just turned thirty-five and suddenly freed of the obligations of single parenthood as her twin daughters have flown the coop, and it has been a bad week.When FBI agent Gabriel Book shoves a gun in the of the woman who stopped by the side of the road to help, he doesn't realize what it will mean for him. All he knows is that one of his partner [...]

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