Read Doing the Right Thing by Barbara Elsborg by Barbara Elsborg by Barbara Elsborg for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the. Will Mansell chokes on his drink when Addie offers to pay him to spend the night in her room. He can’t believe his luck because women usually go for his. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Doing the Right Thing by Barbara Elsborg at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.
|Published (Last):||24 November 2006|
|PDF File Size:||3.71 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||5.46 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
I loved this book with all my heart.
Doing the Right Thing (Mansell Brothers, #1) by Barbara Elsborg
I don’t see how Will couldn’t see through her lies when Ed saw through her shit with no problem. Definitely not something I am ev I actually teh stupid after reading this book.
The ending’s not what I expected, but still. I AM dissapointed of the journey, there w That should be the title of this book. I’m infatuated, thank you for making my day. Far from pretending, Will and Ed set out to prove Addie is worthy of love—but Addie finds too much love can be just as painful as none at all.
Funny, quirky, socially awkward young woman painfully figures out how to tell the difference between a man who pursues her for his selfish gratification and a man who can pursue no other. This book was just ok And he’s torn between what he wants to do and what he feels like is the “right thing”.
Mostly for Addie, who feels like barnara unlovable. View all 5 comments.
And more than anything, get away from Vee. Though he really had a backseat position to Will and Addie, Ed was my favorite character. I also hate that she was everyone’s puppy to rigyt around. I liked it but I didn’t love it. Summer Girl Winter Boy. Girl Most Likely To. At no time did I feel bad for Will and his emotional turmoil. Your display name should be at least 2 characters barbarq. I thought this one would be in the genre erotica.
Will was so torn. Trivia About Doing the Right T Jus I’m giving this book a 4 instead of a 5. I think my 2 star review came from the fact that this book ran rkght with the game, and also I was just so relieved that Ed ended up with her and they all finally had some sense kicked into their heads, that I may have unfairly given it more stars than doingg really deserves.
I was a bit surprised with how clumsy the character Addie was, but then again speaking personally, who am i to complain.
Join Kobo & start eReading today
Even before Addie and Will started going out Ed was more sympathetic to Addie. I have mixed feelings about Doing the Right Thing when defining who in fact is the hero of this book because this one kind of had two. And I am so glad Addie ended up with the right one: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Way to go, Miss Elsborg! I felt for the heroine throughout the story and every little heartbreak she endured made me love her even more, because she got up again and didnt let it break her. Anything to shut her mother up. That she felt like she needed to “invent” a boyfriend to get her mom off her back was sad in itself. Breaking Book two in Fall and Break. While I have a sliver of understanding about that, for the most part, I think it’s horrible. Ok, this was an odd book. Usually i cry for death scenes but this It seemed almost everyone in this novel went out of their way to be mean and hateful to her.
This book was pretty good. She’s a virgin, never been on a date, kissed once by a drunk Australian who then puked. My heart broke for all three characters at different times in the story.
I can’t imagine how her mom felt, but to treat your own blood that way.
Not a very satisfying read. But she had nothing on the “hero” of this novel. Ed, though made out to be a thinf of a man whore, was actually a nice guy and the only one with half a brain. Football analogy coming up.
Anyway it’s now way past my bedtime and my husband will yell at me to take better care of myself if I’m tired tomorrow XD hide spoiler ] Return to Book Page. Oct 09, Cc rated it did not like it. I like to find books on my Kindle where I don’t quite remember the blurb, lol.