Naked in New England by Jacquie D’Alessandro

Posted July 1, 2001 by Mrs Giggles in 4 Oogies, Book Reviews, Genre: Contemporary / 0 Comments

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Naked in New England by Jacquie D'Alessandro

Naked in New England by Jacquie D’Alessandro

Harlequin Duets, $5.99, ISBN 0-373-44122-3
Contemporary Romance, 2001


How To Write A Great Romantic Comedy with Jacquie D’Alessandro

  1. Heroines saying funny, witty stuff are funny.
  2. Heroines get naked and discovered by heroes under plausible circumstances, ie she strips to take a bath.
  3. Heroes see heroines naked under plausible circumstances, pre-coitus, ie he is in a remote cabin he believes to be empty until he hears moaning from the bathroom. Alas, moaning is not because said heroine having a solo skin party, but because of old rusty water pipes.
  4. Top notch sexual tension.
  5. Funny repartee. Funny raccoons that are actually adorable. (
  6. Top notch sexual tension.
  7. Smart, funny heroes. No contrived baggage.
  8. Smart, funny heroines. No contrived sex-free personality or kookiness.
  9. Did I mention top notch sexual tension?
  10. Did I mention witty repartee?

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