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Dec 25, Kem rated it liked it. David is a doctor and is talked into a blind date with friend to meet Chelsea the romance novelist. I thought the female lead was a little bit ridiculous at some points in the book. Catberine 23, Hirosasazaki Sasazaki rated it liked it.

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Feb 26, Beverly Rousch rated it did not like it Shelves: What do Chelsea Lattimer and David Winter have in common? I’ve read other books that she has written.

Despite gagging on the excessive cheesiness it was still an easy enough read, its part two of a set though I don’t think it would hurt to read it alone Oct 11, Bookabulary rated it it was ok. Preview — Afterglow by Catherine Coulter.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This book was especially awful. Return to Book Page. Chelsea is an Historical Romance bodice ripper author from California.

David is real and likable, but Chelsea is all over the place. Chelsea Lattimer a romance writer goes on a blind date with David Winter, a doctor, and chemistry takes over.


Despite gagging on the excessive cheesiness it was still an First I have to say that I love this writer and I didn’t hate this book. Aug 24, Christy rated it liked it. I did and I don’t think reading the first book would have changed anything except maybe I would not have read this second book!!

Jan 30, Read N’ Reviews rated it it was ok Shelves: She’s an outspoken, free-spirited romance novelist. Up until where I dropped it, the whole thing is back and forth dialogue between a really sexist and unlikable hero and the female MC. The story of Chelsea and David, two people who have nothing in common is a fun read. Had I realized that this book was originally published in and contained all the slang and references to technology that go along with that age, I may have passed on it.

I just couldn’t get into this book.

Stuffed shirt meets California free spirit. The prose really created a real disconnect for me, and my eyes virtually popped out of their sockets I rolled them so many times.

The heroine chides him for these remarks, but does him anyway. Lists with This Book.

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Her personality is extreme at both ends of the spectrum. Dialog that tries way too hard to be witty or believable. A romance by the Queen of RS. Jan 22, Meaghan rated it liked it. I wanted to read a romance set in San Francisco and even though this book gave me that, it did not make up for how bad the book was. I started it on May 24 after getting it on loan from the library and I finished it on May No trivia or quizzes yet.


I don’t think I could, actually I know I wouldn’t, ca I just couldn’t get into this book.

For starters, who would continue to keep wanting try and start a relationship with someone that continuously treated like crap? When David and Chelsea first meet, a hook up via their best friends, they despise one another, but that tension soon blossoms into something else–attraction. If anyone knows of a good medical romance, please let me know.

It was beyond wrong, but then even more confusing was how Chelsea responds at the end.

Not original or believable, not even fantasy. When you really think about the dialog between these two lovers, and their friends, there is definite correlation with real life problems.

Jun 07, Joanne rated it liked it. Jan 02, Joanne rated it did not like it Shelves: I hardly knew anything about the characters because everything is being told to dn reader. My very first of Catherine Coulter.