GETTING RID OF BRADLEY BY JENNIFER CRUSIE PDF
Lucy Savage is finally getting rid of Bradley—and his hideous green recliner. Bradley is out of her life for good. Or so she thinks. Turns out Officer Zack Warren . Getting Rid of Bradley [Jennifer Crusie, Elenna Stauffer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. High school physics teacher Lucy Savage is. Getting Rid Of Bradley [Jennifer Crusie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Lucy Savage is finally getting rid of Bradley—and his hideous.
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Getting Rid of Bradley
Return to Book Page. High school physics teacher Lucy Savage is finally getting rid of Bradley–and his hideous green recliner. In fact, her front lawn is littered with her cheating ex-husband’s belongings. Because despite standing her up in divorce court, Bradley is out of her life for good.
Or so she thinks. When her sister takes her to lunch to celebrate Lucy’s single status, all their talk High school physics teacher Lucy Savage is finally getting rid of Bradley–and his hideous green recliner. When her sister takes her to lunch to celebrate Lucy’s single status, all their talk of a no-good louse named Bradley catches the attention of a cop–who wants to arrest the very same Bradley for embezzlement.
And Officer Zack Warren figures the lovely Lucy can lead him straight to his target. When someone shoots at Lucy and then blows up her car, Zack insists she needs twenty-four-hour protection. What does he think her three dogs and attack cat are for? Still, he insists on moving right in to Lucy’s house Now there’s danger lurking outside and in her own kitchen, rbadley bedroom.
Or maybe Zack, who looks like a bad boy with that shaggy dark hair and black leather jacket, is really one of the good guys, and just rbadley Lucy needs.
Mass Market Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Getting Rid of Bradleyplease sign up. Be the first jennifef ask a question about Getting Rid of Bradley. Lists with This Book. Funny,entertaining and fast paced Getting rid of Bradley is an ideal weekend read,that reminds you that its ok,to not always be logical in life. Even though the plot dragged a bit in the beginning,I’ 0m glad it found its way and picked up halfway before finally ending with a ‘BANG’.
Rld and Zack,damn those two are just too adorable together.
I loved the way he just embraced the fact he was in love instead of making it angsty for jehnifer of them. Recommendatio Funny,entertaining and fast paced Getting rid of Bradley is an ideal weekend read,that reminds you that its ok,to not always be logical in life.
Would I recommend it? View all 32 comments. Dec 10, Michelle rated it liked it. I had a hard time getting into this one. It seemed to drag and the green moss colored hair on Lucy?? It was funny and I really loved Zack. Not a favorite of mine by JC.
Getting Rid Of Bradley
View all 6 comments. When I woke up this morning, I was in the mood for something fun Originally published as a Jennifdr Blaze inthis story is one of her earlier ones. But is one of her funniest in my opinion. Poor Lucy isn’t having a good year. Her ex couldn’t even be bothered to show up for the divorce, she beats up a mugger only to find out he’s a cop, her efforts to change her life via crusue dye have resulted in a strange, moss-green When I woke up this morning, I was in the mood for something fun Her ex couldn’t even be bothered to show up for the divorce, she beats up a mugger only to find out he’s a cop, her efforts to change her life via hair dye have resulted in a strange, moss-green color, and apparently someone’s trying to ccrusie her!
How did a quiet science teacher who’s a little spacey and decided to marry based on the second law of thermodynamics end up crrusie this mess? Zack is a cop who doesn’t want to grow up.
He’s a bundle of energy and allergic to maturity.
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But his instincts are always right. And his instincts are telling him that the lady with the funky hair who he LET hit him is somehow involved in his case. Did he bradlsy say that? Zany, funny, laugh-out-loud romance.
If you need a pick-me-up, then pick this book up. You won’t be sorry. View all 7 comments. Jul 29, Nicola Marsh rated it it was amazing.
I have most Crusie books firmly on my keeper shelf, but it has been far too jennifsr since I’ve read them. This is an oldie re-released and I loved it. Stayed up till 1am because I couldn’t put it down. Absolutely bradldy her unique voice, which makes any plot believable and crhsie. View all 12 comments. I’ve been recommended the great Bet Me the other day and I am slowly making my way up through Ms Crusie’s books.
I really liked this one, I enjoyed the banter, the secondary characters, the comic situations The heroine, Lucy is a complete freak, a nut, a nerd, she acted pretty stupid at some times but maybe I bradlfy it because of her relationship with her stubborn and sexy as hell cop, Zach.
And if you are a dog lover, you’ll love Lucy! Wrap it all up with mystery, make the cop live with heroine with the excuse of protecting her and you’ll have an entertaining read! View all 3 comments. Mar 18, Jacob Proffitt rated it really liked it Shelves: This was a 3.
An early Crusie an author note at the beginning says it’s her secondher skill is already in ri form. Zack was a bit standard romantic hero material with a bit of mid-life crisis thrown in to keep him interesting—a little bossy for my taste and with a few quirks I had a hard time getting over. The did is made with Lucy. She’s just a fun character with her refusal to give in to the demands of others that skirted the edge of TSTL witho This was a 3.
She’s just a fun character with her refusal to give in to the demands of others that skirted the edge of TSTL without actually invoking it even a little bit. I know that sounds strange, but trust me, it never feels like she’s being stupid even when on any other character it would. I think this is early evidence of what I find so engaging with Crusei work—the characters are just so well done that you never suspect that they are being manipulated by the author for the sake of the story because they aren’t.
A note about Steamy: Really light, but enough to tag. One explicit scene and some explicit flirty dialogue. Sep 25, Jane Stewart rated it liked it Shelves: Not bad, but not as good as the author’s other books. Something was repetitive and a little boring about the conversations during the first third of the book.
This was one of the author’s first books and it wasn’t as good as her later books. I was annoyed that Lucy kept saying she didn’t believe she was being shot at and that she was in danger, even though a bullet hit her cheek, and a bomb went off in her car. She went out for a jog and to a beauty parlor when she should have stayed home where s Not bad, but not as good as the author’s other books.
She went out for a jog and to a beauty parlor when she should have stayed home where she had police protection. There were a few jennife lines, but I’d recommend skipping this book unless you’re a die-hard Crusie fan. It was ok, but not what I was used to from her.
Number of sex scenes: Aug 28, Lavender Brooke rated it really liked it Shelves: I have read most of Jennifer Cruisie’s books but this is definitely my favourites. I adore the relationship between Lucy and Zack – they made such a sweet and funny couple. This is the sort of book that you can curl up with and easily finish in an gettint. Pick a drizzly day, make a cup of coffee or tea – do feel free to improvisesnuggle up on the sofa and lose yourself in the lovely world of Getting Rid Of Bradley.
Nov 05, Jess rated it liked it Shelves: I am pretty sure that I read this before, but I wanted a low key read and this qualified. Sep 13, Jen rated it it was amazing Shelves: I have so much love for this book. It’s been a favorite of mine for at least 15 years, and I still love reading it. It never grows old and I never tire of revisiting it. I’m finally reviewing it after my umpteenth reading on March 26,