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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2007
Availability: In Stock
Series: Ashley Stockingdale
Ever been on the verge of buying your own engagement ring?
Ashley Stockingdale, the charming but always-in-over-her-head patent attorney from What a Girl Wants, has finally found the man she wants to marry. But after nine months of dating, it seems her commitment-phobe boyfriend will never use the "M" word. And just when she thinks she's got it all together, Ashley is having trouble knowing where to put it.
A massive remodeling project, a hyperactive puppy, and an ex-boyfriend who wants to be part of her life again all keep Ashley's world spinning. As the mayhem escalates, Ashley's life quickly goes from What a Girl Wants to out of control.
Sherry5 Stars Out Of 5September 10, 2010SherryI was really surprised to read the "snarky" comments of the one and only previewer. My grown daughter is reading She's Out of Control right now and can't wait for me to read it! She also read What a Girl Wants and plans to read the third book in the series. She'd love to know where to find the DVD mentioned in the book info (which is NOT the Tony Danza movie). That was why I was visiting this website. Different strokes for different folks, I guess!
KJ1 Stars Out Of 5August 1, 2009KJWhat a self-absorbed, snarky character. I'm not saying all 'Christian' characters should be perfect angels - but this Ashley girl is so unrealistic, so unforgiving and quite loathsome. Billerbeck's writing style needs great improvement as well. Terrible read.