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Comments to Once Bitten, Twice Shy by Jennifer Rardin


Submitted by Anonymous (Dec 05, 2010)

ive got to agree with you about it not being deep. The plotline is a little too simple and under developed for a book about government agents saving the world but I think this can be overlooked cause from the beginning you know what to expect.I'd describe the book as a bit of fun, and at the end of the day, if your entertained, who cares? That said, I dont think it'll hold up and be memorable in 20 years anyway so go right ahead with the desperate housewives references.


 


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