Pillow Talk

by Hailey North | Women's Fiction |
ISBN: 0380805197 Global Overview for this book
Registered by ryanreader of St. Petersburg, Florida USA on 1/23/2004
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Journal Entry 1 by ryanreader from St. Petersburg, Florida USA on Friday, January 23, 2004
Book Description

She Dreamed of Finding Mr. Right

Margaret "Call me Meg" McKenzie Cooper will do anything to make her children's dreams for a daddy come true-even if it means accepting a stranger's outrageous marriage proposal. Only she hadn't counted on the man's brother being the dangerously sexy Parker Ponthier-or that making her children's dreams come true would mean risking her heart.

Could This Dream Come True?

Any woman between eight and eighty would kill to flaunt Parker's heirloom diamond engagement ring. The New Orleans millionaire doesn't want someone who's after his bank account-he's looking for a lifetime of love. Meg is warm, passionate, and sets his soul on fire. But while his instincts warn him that she's nothing but trouble with a capital "T," Parker decides that for once in his life he's going to follow his heart.





Journal Entry 2 by ryanreader from St. Petersburg, Florida USA on Thursday, January 29, 2004
nice and light but predictable


Journal Entry 3 by ryanreader from St. Petersburg, Florida USA on Thursday, February 5, 2004
surface mailed to minx 2012 in London for relay.

Journal Entry 4 by minx2012 on Saturday, March 13, 2004
Received from Ryanreader via BookRelay.

Journal Entry 5 by minx2012 on Monday, May 10, 2004
I finally got around to reading this in the last week while I've been full of cold and not up to taxing myself with any of the numerous classics I have in the TBR pile.
It is very light and fluffy, and a lot more 'romantic' than you'd think looking at the cover and the blurb.
At first this was a bit off-putting, but the story was by no means bad, the supporting characters were nicely done and the all-knowing grandfather intruded just the right amount.
Predictable, yes, but just right for a cold-addled head.

Journal Entry 6 by minx2012 on Tuesday, May 25, 2004
Part of the Minx's Summer Rays Season!
If you'd like to join this ray, PM me with your shipping preferences. A (tentative) shipping order will be created, and added to, below as and when people join up.

1) Rrrcaron - New Hampshire, USA (int'l)
2) lauraloo29 - Alberta, Canada (US pref)
3) jenvince - California, USA (USA pref)
4) booknhand - California, USA (USA pref)
5) Zarylia - Minnesota/Poland (int'l)
...

(Cyrclark, who was second on the list, has had to drop out of this ray.)

Journal Entry 7 by Rrrcaron from Lancaster, New Hampshire USA on Wednesday, June 30, 2004
Received the book. I will be atarting soon!
Ruth

Journal Entry 8 by Rrrcaron from Lancaster, New Hampshire USA on Tuesday, September 7, 2004
I read this book yesterday in one sitting. It was one of those fast reads that you just can't put down. It was just what I needed after doing such serious reading as of late. Sorry I held it so long- my summer was way too busy. Sending off to lauraloo29 ASAP.

Ruth

Journal Entry 9 by lauraloo29 from Edmonton, Alberta Canada on Tuesday, September 14, 2004
This arrived today. Along with 3 other rings! Yikes! Not to worry. I shall keep the book moving. :)

Journal Entry 10 by lauraloo29 from Edmonton, Alberta Canada on Wednesday, September 29, 2004
I managed to finish this book today. An okay read. It felt very predictable to me. But a nice way to spend a cool autumn afternoon. Thank you for sharing.

Journal Entry 11 by jenvince from Scottsdale, Arizona USA on Sunday, October 10, 2004
This book arrived yesterday. Have 2 rings to finish first, then will be getting to this one. Thanks for having this ring - I really like this author!

Journal Entry 12 by jenvince from Scottsdale, Arizona USA on Sunday, October 17, 2004
Cute story! On to the next person tomorrow.

Journal Entry 13 by booknhand from San Jose, California USA on Saturday, October 30, 2004
This book arrived last week and I was so enthralled when I started reading it that I forgot to journal that I ahd received it.

It was a great book that I found very difficult to put down - not a good thing when I was reading before bed and had to be up early the next morning, but hey if the book is that good what difference does a little lost sleep make.

If all fo Hailey North's books are like this one, I think I have found a 4th favorite author. I will have to sample some of her other books to find out for sure.

Thanks for sharing and I will contact the next person on the list and send this book on as soon as I get an address.

Journal Entry 14 by booknhand at US Mail - Book Ring/Ray in San Jose, California USA on Monday, January 10, 2005
Released on Monday, January 10, 2005 at about 4:00:00 PM BX time (GMT-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada) at US Mail - Book Ring/Ray in San Jose, California USA.

RELEASE NOTES:

Finally got this book to the post office. It has been packaged and ready for at least a week now, but I haven't had time to drop it off to be mailed.

At least it is back in circulation after a way too long stay with me - Sorry :(

It is heading across sea to Zarylia in Poland.

Journal Entry 15 by Zarylia from Saint Paul, Minnesota USA on Tuesday, June 28, 2005
Paynesville/MN/USA - I received this book probably about 2 weeks ago in Warsaw, but as we were (and are still) in the midst of moving from Poland back to Minnesota I didn't get it registered. I did read the book though, on the plane ride from Warsaw to Chicago. It was an absolute life-saver, and a cute one too. :-D I was expecting more chick-lit and less romance but was happy with what I got, a very cute story with some good characters that was just light enough to be perfect for a plane ride. A word to the wise: romance/chick-lit books are perfect for plane rides because 1.) they are generally light weight 2.) they are fast reads that hopefully keep you engaged (a major plus when the movie is bad ;-P) and 3.) they don't require a lot of serious intellectual involvement. So in a word, they are perfect! :-D

Thanks for including me in this ray, and as it is a ray I will be passing it on to a friend of mine who, though she is not anticipating any long flights, will be sure to appreciate it. Thanks again!

Journal Entry 16 by Czersk from Roscoe, Minnesota USA on Sunday, July 10, 2005
Zarylia has passed this on to me, knowing full well that I REALLY need a good fluff book right now. Now I just must find time to read it! Thank you, everyone.

Journal Entry 17 by Czersk from Roscoe, Minnesota USA on Friday, August 12, 2005
You know, I was very happy to hate this book when I was stuck in the first chapter and absolutely dying over "Margaret 'Call me Meg, please!'" But I chose the entirely wrong moment to complain as Zarylia was reclining in a chair across from me, finishing one of her bookrings. I was thrown a rather severe eyebrow look and told to stick it out. "Trust me," she said. Well, I should have known better. Zarylia is always right and she will be very smug when she reads this email-delivered journal entry. I couldn't put this book down, hate to admit it, but I couldn't. Parker Ponthier, who in my mind became synonymous with Clive Owen, was just too perfect to be able to shut the book on his face. It was definately a great reprieve from the heavier, and all to grave looking books on my TBR pile. Thanks everybody.

Off in search of other adventures!

Journal Entry 18 by Czersk from Roscoe, Minnesota USA on Friday, March 24, 2006
I sent this off to Australia as a surprise RABCK with another book, Driver's Ed by Caroline B. Cooney, as part of a trade. ENJOY!

Journal Entry 19 by alice2623663 from Wollongong, New South Wales Australia on Thursday, June 1, 2006
The book arrived safely today..yay! Thanks for sending it.

Journal Entry 20 by alice2623663 from Wollongong, New South Wales Australia on Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Boring boring boring. I couldn't get more than half way through. The characters were unrealistic, the story line wasn't anything believeable, not my sort of book at all.

Sending to catsalive as part of a big package.

Journal Entry 21 by wingcatsalivewing from Rooty Hill, New South Wales Australia on Thursday, February 22, 2007
Thanks, alice2623663. I hope hubby is happy with you getting rid of some books.

Journal Entry 22 by wingcatsalivewing from Rooty Hill, New South Wales Australia on Friday, June 13, 2008
Light entertainment with the compulsory happy ending. Quite fun.

This is my oldest registered TBR & it's finally ready to move on.

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