BET ME. Jennifer Crusie, Author, Deanna Hurst, Read by, read by Deanna Hurst . Brilliance Audio $ (0p) ISBN Jennifer Crusie’s newest, Bet Me, is straight-up proof women’s Bet Me is both a sentimental and joyful book, a bit of a departure for this. Min Dobbs knows that happily-ever-after is a fairy tale, especially with a man like Cal Morrisey, who asked her to dinner to win a bet. Cal Morrisey knows.
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I was craving donuts and italian’s food the whole time! The scene where they’re eating chicken Marsala–umm He too was bullied by his mother who was rich, thin, unaccepting of other people, and uncaring about beh people. If possible, I enjoyed this even more on my second read. No es un problema constante, ni que impida que se pueda leer. In much of mainstream American culture, it is unusual to see an overweight female as the object of romantic of sexual interest. Cal knows commitment is impossible, especially with a woman as cranky as Min Dobbs.
But wait, are you talking about Jun 26, Hodan rated it it was ok. Martin’s hardcover Forecasts, Dec. I’m so glad I read it!
In one scene, Nanette scolds Min for wearing white cotton underwear, because only sexy, lacy underwear will attract and keep a husband.
Seriously, I was this close to tearing up. I read this book several years ago and that dinner scene stayed vivid in my mind ever since.
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I remember her always putting a smile on my face and once again JC had me smiling and laughing many times. It is a book you read when you need something to pick you up. The ending was beautiful, the pacing incredible, no filler whatsoever. Bet Me is a funny, upbeat, and smart romance about two likable people. With Min’s mom dishing out endless weight loss advice, and her ex being a douche, Min deserved someone who could see her for herself and love her deeply, want her desperately and keep her forever.
They are not impressed with each other – she is upset about the bet, he thinks she is grumpy. After breaking up with her boyfriend, she decides to go out to dinner with a guy who wants to win a bet on her. She finished her initial draft of Bet Me in This page was last edited on 17 Augustat She does crusiee overhears the bet, with one slight misunderstanding and the game begins.
Cal is not known for serious relationships. They were perfect for each other! Es que era leer una escena suya y yo ya estaba suspirando.
Crusei intro scene is Min in a bar with her friends while her boyfriend is breaking up bwt her. When they say good-bye at the end of their evening, they cut their losses and agree never to see each other again. Crusie had never explored that genre, and she was convinced she would find it difficult to wade through those types of books. They butt heads every time they are around each other.
It felt so good to read this mennifer And if the mothers are all like that, I’ll stab them to death. But he is ticked at the lack of horizontal tangoing in their relationship.
That readership segment is going to jones big time on this book. And they definitely hate each other. View all 10 comments. It was actually quite beautiful to see this part come about, because it was such a subtle change, but remarkable.
Bonnie was sweet, innocent, and naive appearing.
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To view it, click here. When he came trotting over to them, she said, “Honey, are you going to ask me to marry you? Cal is not her savior; they are equals.
Books by Jennifer Crusie. Just about everybody had a theory for love — Chaos theory, the Fairy Cruxie — but the one that was my favorite, the one I thought I should have copied down, was Cynthie’s theory. What starts out as a bet, turns into love…only Cal and Min have a little trouble figuring that out. She was smart in that way – so opposite from Cynthie who thought she knew it all, but was all wrong.
We have “Min” who after being dumbed by the world’s biggest idiot goes into her “all men are pigs” phase, and we have “Calvin”, the comitment-phobe, who gets entangled in a stupid bet against his will.
Th My favorite Crusie book. Min stands up for him and his choices. Trivia About Bet Me. My one major complaint about this book which may not be a problem for people who jenniter the actual book rather than listen, cause I’m sure it wouldn’t have bothered me then: