Jennifer crusie agnes and the hitman

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jennifer crusie agnes and the hitman

Agnes and the Hitman by Jennifer Crusie

Take one food writer named Cranky Agnes, add a hitman named Shane, mix them together with a Southern mob wedding, a missing necklace, two annoyed flamingos, and a dog named Rhett and youve got a recipe for a sexy, hilarious novel about the disastrous side of true love…

Agnes Crandalls life goes awry when a dognapper invades her kitchen one night, seriously hampering her attempts to put on a wedding that shes staked her entire net worth on.  Then a hero climbs through her bedroom window.  His name is Shane, no last name, just Shane, and he has his own problems:  hes got a big hit scheduled, a rival trying to take him out, and an ex-mobster uncle asking him to protect some little kid named Agnes.  When he finds out that Agnes isnt so little, his uncle has forgotten to mention a missing five million bucks he might have lost in Agness house, and his last hit was a miss, Shanes life isnt looking so good, either.  Then a bunch of lowlifes come looking for the money, a string of hit men show up for Agnes, and some wedding guests gather with intent to throw more than rice.  Agnes and Shane have their hands full with greed, florists, treachery, flamingos, mayhem, mothers of the bride, and--most dangerous of all--each other.  Agnes and the Hitman is the perfect combination of sugar and spice, sweet and salty--a novel of delicious proportions.
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Agnes and the Hitman

Take one food writer named Cranky Agnes, add a hitman named Shane, mix them together with a Southern mob wedding, a missing necklace, two annoyed flamingos, and a dog named Rhett and you've got a recipe for a sexy, hilarious novel about the disastrous side of true love… Agnes Crandall's life goes awry when a dognapper invades her kitchen one night, seriously hampering her attempts to put on a wedding that she's staked her entire net worth on. Then a hero climbs through her bedroom window. His name is Shane, no last name, just Shane, and he has his own problems: he's got a big hit scheduled, a rival trying to take him out, and an ex-mobster uncle asking him to protect some little kid named Agnes. When he finds out that Agnes isn't so little, his uncle has forgotten to mention a missing five million bucks he might have lost in Agnes's house, and his last hit was a miss, Shane's life isn't looking so good, either. Then a bunch of lowlifes come looking for the money, a string of hit men show up for Agnes, and some wedding guests gather with intent to throw more than rice. Agnes and Shane have their hands full with greed, florists, treachery, flamingos, mayhem, mothers of the bride, and—most dangerous of all—each other.

Crusie and Mayer Don't Look Down reunite to pen this mostly successful romantic comedy with a hint of action-adventure. Though their future looks bright, their romance is curdling, partly due to their deal with widowed mob wife Brenda Fortunato who is selling them her old house to hold a Fortunato family wedding at their house in exchange for three months of payments. After an armed thug tries to kidnap Agnes's dog, who appeared in the local paper wearing a gaudy necklace that Agnes believes incorrectly to be junk, a Fortunato family friend and mobster asks hit man Shane to keep an eye on Agnes. He does more, of course, than keep an eye on her. Crusie and Mayer have crafted a bubbly novel with enough convenient coincidences, caricatured characters and ridiculous situations to make screenwriters of goofball date movies proud; amusing banter and surprising moments of poignancy keep the mushrooming plot barely in check.

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Jennifer Crusie. I almost gave up during the early pages of Agnes and the Hitman. There was a lot going on, a lot being set up and, frankly, who is this Bob Mayer guy working his way into my beloved Jennifer Crusie books? Crusie and Mayer had things perfectly in hand from beginning to end. One night while making a raspberry reduction, someone breaks into her house, points a gun at her, and threatens to steal her dog.

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