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Just Fooling Around by Julie Kenner

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Just Fooling Around
Julie Kenner, Kathleen O'Reilly

Encounters
Harlequin Blaze
April 2010
On Sale: April 1, 2010
224 pages
ISBN: 0373795351
EAN: 9780373795352
Mass Market Paperback
$4.99
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Cam's Catastrophe

A reckless adventurer, Cam is about to take the wildest April Fool's Day plunge ever: jumping into bed with Dr. Jenna! But it's her own recklessness that fools them both….

Darcy's Dark Day

The clouds lift when Darcy has a sudden opportunity to reel in her longtime crush, Evan! Who'd have guessed that a foolish curse could set up some amazing sex…?

Devon's Dilemma

She's about to take a sexy Chance…but will it be a lucky one? It's a dangerous gamble. But it could transform Devon's devilish dilemma into a delicious one!

Reg's Rescue

Anne desperately wants Reg in her life—for good! But for that to happen, the curse has to be lifted. So she intends to help him break the jinx—just as soon as they get out of bed...

Comments

28 comments posted.

Re: Just Fooling Around

My son and daughter-in-law went to the store at one in the morning of April 1st. About forty-five minutes later, my son called me and said Jenni had been pulled over by the police. They had frisked her and put her in the cuffs before putting her in the back of the squad car. After some arguing, they finally agreed to let him drive her truck home. He didn't know what was going on and...April Fools! I threatened to throw my phone at him.
(Patsy Hagen 4:53am April 2, 2010)

Don't forget the boatload of mayonnaise sinking - Cinco do Mayo!
(
Karin Tillotson 12:01pm April 2, 2010)

Just Fooling Around on Long Summer Nights sounds pretty nifty!
Blessigs,
Marjorie
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Marjorie Carmony 12:08pm April 2, 2010)

Happy Reading and Happy Easter!
(
Freda Mans-Labianca 12:21pm April 2, 2010)

i cant wait 2 read this!
(
Debbi Shaw 12:33pm April 2, 2010)

The last time I was a part of any April Fool's tricks was when I was a child and I can't even remember what they were.
(
Leni Kaye 12:52pm April 2, 2010)

Patsy, Your son sounds like a prankster! Glad it worked out.
(
Kathleen O'Reilly 1:13pm April 2, 2010)

I haven't heard of an April Fool's joke being played on anyone in ages. People are more concerned about the state of the nation at present, I guess. Maybe school students might still employ April Fool pranks.
(
Gladys Paradowski 1:23pm April 2, 2010)

I think April Fool's Day is such a unique holiday to write a series about! Pretty ingenious.
(
Joanne Reynolds 1:40pm April 2, 2010)

My husband was telling me a joke played on one of their employees yesterday, very funny but I can't go into detail! Your books sound fab and I can't wait to read them!
(
Gail Hurt 2:25pm April 2, 2010)

my bestfriend & her boyfriend got really serious one year & on april fools day i didnt think about it but they told me that they were getting married she had a ring on that finger & i didnt know what day it was so i went along with it i said congrats & asked if they knew the plans for the wedding yet. They kept at it until 5:00 that night & than started laughing i said what they said april fools day & i said what do you mean & they said we got you its april fools day
(
Melissa Roberge 3:29pm April 2, 2010)

I am not one that is good at practical jokes, but I love a good laugh! :)
(
Colleen Conklin 3:32pm April 2, 2010)

I haven't had much to do with April Fool's day since I was a kid....although my own kids used to try and play a prank or two....hehe!!!!
(
Valerie Bongards 3:41pm April 2, 2010)

My daughter is taking a yoga
class at college and she told
her boyfriend that as part of
her class she had to teach
someone who had never taken a
yoga class(him) yoga positions
and she had to tape it. Her
boyfriend is 6'6" and no way
could he contort himself like
a pretzel but he said he'd do
it -- then she told him he had
to wear a leotard.
(
Lisa Richards 4:33pm April 2, 2010)

My husband usually tricks at least once on April fools.
(
Sherry Russell 4:45pm April 2, 2010)

I am not one for practical jokes. I think they are mean & hurtful to the person victimized. I enjoy a good laugh just not at anyone else's expense.
(
Mary Preston 6:08pm April 2, 2010)

My youngest son is always pulling pranks on me. I hate them. But I go along with him anyway
(
Julie Swaney 6:46pm April 2, 2010)

I played one trick on my fiance'. I told him it had snowed overnight.
(
Mary Smith 7:04pm April 2, 2010)

When we were kids we switched around the white sugar and salt, but gave our actions away with all the giggling and big eyes not looking at the shaker or sugar bowl.
(
Alyson Widen 7:24pm April 2, 2010)

I'm really not into April Fool's Day so haven't done any pranks on anyone.
(
Diane Sadler 8:31pm April 2, 2010)

When April 1st arrives, I run and hide. I'm always the one who is pranked and (sadly) I fall for it.
(
Rosemary Krejsa 9:32pm April 2, 2010)

Hello Kathleen, Please enter me in your fantastic contest. I love winning contests from freshfiction.com
God bless, Cecilia
cecilia74@sbcglobal.net
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Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez 9:42pm April 2, 2010)

Thank you, everybody. We have a very mixed bunch, and I love the yoga story. :)
(
Kathleen O'Reilly 10:28pm April 2, 2010)

My husband many years ago was working on heavy steam run equipment. The job was behind schedule and the scheduler wanted to know why. So he told him - somehow the steam got caught up in the pipe and until we can free it, we can speed up the work.
(
Johannah Brookwell 11:08am April 3, 2010)

It has been awhile since I even pulled an April's Fool prank. Maybe it is a good thing that I don't remember as in incriminate myself.
(
Kai Wong 3:51pm April 3, 2010)

I'm one of those that has them done to
(
Patricia Kasner 10:50pm April 3, 2010)

This looks like a fun series. I have not pulled an April Fools joke since, like Alyson Widen already posted I put salt in the sugar bowl and sugar in the salt shaker. I got in so much trouble, I quit all pracical joking after that.
(
Sandra Dickey 5:42am April 4, 2010)

Our son-in-law is a postal carrier.
They showed up to sort mail at 6:30 or
7AM as usual. The postmaster told
them they would have to watch a 30
minute training film before being able
to start sorting for the day. Amid
much grumbling, the film started as all
post office training films do. A couple
of minutes into the film, their post
master's face popped onto the picture
with a big smile and "April Fools, get
to work and have a good day."
(
Patricia Barraclough 7:39pm April 5, 2010)

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