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  • Written by Juliet Rosetti
  • Format: eBook | ISBN: 9780345549150
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Tangled Thing Called Love

Life and Love on the Lam

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On Sale: April 29, 2014
Pages: 280 | ISBN: 978-0-345-54915-0
Published by : Loveswept Ballantine Group
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Synopsis

Synopsis

Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum has Ranger and Joe. Now Juliet Rosetti makes readers swoon with Mazie Maguire and her hot-to-trot boy toy, Ben Labeck. So get tangled up in a clever romance with enough mystery to keep you on your toes until the very end!
 
Mazie’s boyfriend—photojournalist and sex god Ben Labeck—might be trouble on two very strong, very sexy legs, but he’s got no idea what he’s signing up for when he invites himself along to the family farm in Quail Hollow to meet the Maguires. Mazie knows that bringing a guy home is a recipe for disaster, especially when she’s not sure whether their relationship is serious or just seriously steamy. That goes double when she finds herself reluctantly squeezing back into a bikini and sash for the anniversary of a supposedly cursed local beauty pageant.
 
All this is wreaking havoc on Mazie’s love life. Suddenly Ben’s too busy playing gentleman farmer on the Maguire estate to indulge in a more discreet kind of play in Mazie’s bed. And when he’s not tilling the soil, he’s digging up dirt on the Curse of Miss Quail Hollow. Maybe that swimsuit competition isn’t such a bad way to get Ben’s attention back where it belongs—and get him to admit that he’s head-over-heels in love with her.

Praise for Tangled Thing Called Love
 
“With humor to rival Sophie Kinsella and romance and mystery akin to Janet Evanovich, [Juliet] Rosetti’s title has something to appeal to most contemporary romance fans.”Library Journal
 
“I highly suggest that anyone who enjoys fun, funny, romantic mysteries, similar in heart to Janet Evanovich’s work, check out Juliet Rosetti’s Tangled Thing Called Love.”—Aya M. Productions
 
“The banter between Mazie and Ben is still sharp and witty.”—Clue Review
 
“It is not very often that a book makes me laugh out loud and this one did. I loved the characters and the author’s style of writing.”—Twin Spin
 
“Funny, witty, sexy and suspenseful . . . The writing is flawless.”—Globug & Hootie Need a Book

Praise for the Mazie Maguire series
 
Crazy for You
 
“Mazie is a klutz in the spirit of Stephanie Plum. . . . She’s a take-life-by-the-horns kind of person that I want to know. Quirky, delightful fun . . . More Mazie, please.”—Barbara Vey, Publishers Weekly

“I can still remember how happy I felt while reading the book.”—Keeper’s Book Reviews
 
“A light read, with laughter abound . . . truly hilarious.”—Literarily Illumined
 
“[Juliet Rosetti is] a great story teller and I know I will read everything she writes.”—Book-Loving
 
The Escape Diaries
 
“I can’t say enough good things about this fun, delightful book. It’s a quick read that will have you calling your friends to have them read it so you can all talk about it.”—Barbara Vey, Publishers Weekly
 
Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from other Loveswept titles.
Juliet Rosetti

About Juliet Rosetti

Juliet Rosetti - Tangled Thing Called Love
Juliet Rosetti grew up on a Wisconsin farm. She has taught school in Milwaukee and in Sydney, Australia, where her duties included coaching cricket and basketball. Her work has appeared in The Milwaukee Journal, Chicago Tribune, and in many other publications. She is a past winner of Wisconsin Magazine’s Wordsmith Award for nonfiction. Currently she lives in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, with her husband and son, teaches in the local public school system, and is writing the next book in the Mazie Maguire series.
Praise

Praise

Praise for Tangled Thing Called Love
 
“With humor to rival Sophie Kinsella and romance and mystery akin to Janet Evanovich, [Juliet] Rosetti’s title has something to appeal to most contemporary romance fans.”Library Journal
 
“I highly suggest that anyone who enjoys fun, funny, romantic mysteries, similar in heart to Janet Evanovich’s work, check out Juliet Rosetti’s Tangled Thing Called Love.”—Aya M. Productions
 
“The banter between Mazie and Ben is still sharp and witty.”—Clue Review
 
“It is not very often that a book makes me laugh out loud and this one did. I loved the characters and the author’s style of writing.”—Twin Spin
 
“Funny, witty, sexy and suspenseful . . . The writing is flawless.”—Globug & Hootie Need a Book

Praise for the Mazie Maguire series
 
Crazy for You
 
“Mazie is a klutz in the spirit of Stephanie Plum. . . . She’s a take-life-by-the-horns kind of person that I want to know. Quirky, delightful fun . . . More Mazie, please.”—Barbara Vey, Publishers Weekly

“I can still remember how happy I felt while reading the book.”—Keeper’s Book Reviews
 
“A light read, with laughter abound . . . truly hilarious.”—Literarily Illumined
 
“[Juliet Rosetti is] a great story teller and I know I will read everything she writes.”—Book-Loving
 
The Escape Diaries
 
“I can’t say enough good things about this fun, delightful book. It’s a quick read that will have you calling your friends to have them read it so you can all talk about it.”—Barbara Vey, Publishers Weekly

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