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Publisher Description

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. Agnes and the Hitman is the perfect combination of sugar and spice, sweet and salty—a novel of delicious proportions.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2008
August 26
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
384
Pages
PUBLISHER
St. Martin's Publishing Group
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
978.8
KB

Customer Reviews

Lisaw201 ,

Agnes and the hitman

I love Jennifer Crusies books and this one was no exception. It was funny and kept you guessing the whole way through about what would happen next. Very funny. My only complaint was that the last 20 pages or so came out mixed up when I downloaded my ebook. So I have missed a bit of it.

H_merriweather ,

Love Book - eVersion Has Quirks

Love this book! The characters are intriguing and the story line keeps moving. It is hard to put down once you start.

I've read the paperback before so I noticed when the last 10 ish pages were out of order. There are about 3-4 sequence breaks. All the text is there, just in the wrong order. Still, even technical quirks can't stop a good book.

Ba ba doo da ,

Wacky, Suspenseful Romp

Witty dialogue and well-defined characters, this book was the perfect read for a weekend escape. Crusie is one of my favorite authors. This collaborative effort is another joyful read.

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