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What do Chelsea Lattimer and David Winter have in common? Chelsea Lattimer a romance writer goes on a blind date with David Winter, a doctor, and chemistry takes over. Aside from both being single, attractive and successful–absolutely nothing! Chelsea who is a romance writer and David who is a Doctor are set up on a date and find the they have nothing at all in common except this wild chemistry between them.
When you really think about the dialog between these two lovers, and their friends, there is definite correlation with real life problems. This Book was great.
Maybe it was just the appearance of Elliot and George every so often that made me enjoy the book the first time around.
There was no Violence of battle or anything like that. Return to Book Page.
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Okay I really truly tried to read this een but I couldn’t get into it whatsoever! To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I understand it was a Romance novel, but still. Aug 24, Christy rated it liked it. Jun 07, Joanne rated it liked it. For starters, who would continue to keep wanting try and start a relationship with someone that continuously treated like crap?
Lists with This Book. Preview — Catgerine by Catherine Coulter. David is real and likable, but Chelsea is all over the place. I wasn’t able to finish this book. David has the look but needs work on the approach. David takes Mark I to heart and sets out to win Chelsea. Afterglow by Catherine Coulter Goodreads Author.
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Oct 17, Anita rated it liked it. It was easy to read, but I found the story itself quite annoying. The prose really created a real disconnect for me, and my eyes virtually popped out of their sockets I rolled them so many times. He called her ass her “bottom”.
It was beyond wrong, but then even more confusing was how Chelsea responds at the end. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Jan 02, Joanne rated it did cahterine like it Shelves: Jun 02, Lindsay rated it did not like it. My very first of Catherine Coulter. You never know where they are going to do next. First I have to say that I love this writer and I didn’t hate this book. Not a lot of meat in cahherine one, but a fun read.
A romance by the Queen of RS. This book is set in the modern times.
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She had lots of dialog which made it hard to follow. Not as good as her other works, but this is an earlier work. To ask other readers questions about Afterglowplease sign up. 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!!
I did sleep in there. Jan 22, Meaghan rated it liked it.
Oct 11, Bookabulary rated it it was ok. It was pretty cheesy but then in its defense it was written in the late 80’s I think when life was still kind of cheesy. And when Catherlne decides to mold himself into one of the heroes in Chelsea’s novels, they caatherine they actually do have something very magical in common 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 picked this up because it was a romance featuring a doctor. Chelsea Lattimer and David Winter are opposites it seems.