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Get Bunny Love

Get Bunny Love, March 2005
by Kathleen Long

Featuring: Nathan McNulty; Beatrice Love (Bunny)
300 pages
ISBN: 082177848X
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"A fuzzy slipper read..."

Fresh Fiction Review

Get Bunny Love
Kathleen Long

Reviewed by Lexi Carter
Posted February 19, 2005

Romance Contemporary | Romance

Beatrice Love aka "Bunny" needs a corporate job, one to satisfy the mortgage company so she can get financing on her apartment. Nathan McNulty needs an event planner -- someone organized, a self-starter, energetic, and able to follow instructions -- for a short-term high profile dog show that fell into his lap. For some reason, Nathan thinks Bunny, a graphic designer by trade, fits the bill. Bunny is definitely energetic, and filled with the need to practice feng shui where ever she goes -- from rearranging the furniture in her apartment lobby so it maims the president of the owners association to reorganizing the photos in her new boss's office.

And for a button-down corporate type, Nathan sizzles with emotion and passion, especially when Bunny is near, much to the dismay of his controlling aunt Martha who's determined to see Nathan wed to the proper, color coordinated Melanie Brittingham of the insurance company Brittinghams. Melanie not only offers a soothing vista but also the buttress of a secure future in case the event planning business falters.

Although as a dog lover, I'd wish for more background on a regional dog show, GET BUNNY LOVE moves along at a fast pace, following the humorous adventures of Bunny as she butts against corporate policies, tangles with a rival events coordinator, copes with her runaway mom, acts as marriage counselor to feuding dog owners, sits for a pair of Napoleonic complexed teacup poodles and still deals with the complexities of organizing a high profile dog show. Add the sizzle of forbidden passion with the gorgeous Nathan and all together, GET BUNNY LOVE is a fuzzy slipper read!

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Nathan McNulty is decisive, masculine, and in control--from his pinstripes to his wingtips. His next big assignment is producing the Worthington Cup dog show in Philadelphia, and now, the CEO needs an events coordinator with lots of experience, creative talent, and positive energy to burn. Fortunately, that happens to be the perfect description of Bunny Love, the only applicant for the job. Except for the experience part.

Bunny's not the kind of girl who fakes it. It's a good thing Nate is willing to teach her everything he knows-- starting tonight. Between his intense inquiries and mesmerizing eyes, she's about to melt into his corporate carpet. But Bunny has just one question to ask him: Is it possible for a woman to spontaneously combust?

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