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A teeny bit of trouble [Anglais] [Broché]

Michael Lee West
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  • Broché: 340 pages
  • Editeur : Griffin (29 janvier 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1250023475
  • ISBN-13: 978-1250023476
  • Dimensions du produit: 21 x 14 x 2 cm
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Très bon livre 30 décembre 2013
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Comme d'habitude avec Michael Lee West, tout y est: l'humour, le style,la richesse de la langue, la vie du sud des USA.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Ugh. Teeny is suffering from some arrested development. 5 mai 2012
Par Bellingham Bookworm - Publié sur Amazon.com
I really wanted to like this book. I read the first book over Christmas and while it wasn't the greatest book I was looking forward to the sequel.

In the first book Teeny came across as an immature but quirky heroine. In this book she comes across as a jealous 14 year girl who jumps to conclusions based on zero facts. She thinks her boyfriend is cheating on her with every woman he comes into contact with. If he doesn't tell her every single detail of any conversation or event that could have happened up to 10 years ago then she brands him a liar by omission. Yet she had an affair with a worker at her aunt's peach farm 10 years ago and never tells Coop (the alleged love of her life) despite being caught in an embrace with this guy by Coop. He asks her what is going on with this guy and she changes the subject. Does this omission get added to her yearly lie tally? No.


The inconsistencies in this book just drove me crazy. Coop proposes to her after 6 weeks of dating and even though she considers him the love of her life she can't decide if she wants to marry him. However, she accepts his ring while she thinks about it then wears it on a chain and tucks it into her clothes. Then, despite her reluctance to accept his proposal, she is more than ready to adopt his possible 9 year old love child after meeting her only a few times.

Her alleged stalker attacks her and punches her in the face. Does she tell Coop? No. Why? Because then he might make her "stop sleuthing" and she just knows she is smart enough to figure out the mystery when none of the hospital employees or police officers are even aware that this multi-pronged mystery is even going on.

The fact that the author expects the readers to blindly accept Teeny's obvious arrested development regarding her maturity level and then we are also suppose to accept that she is brilliant enough to figure out this complex mystery is insulting.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 I'm More Than A Teeny Bit Disappointed 3 juillet 2012
Par Canthespam - Publié sur Amazon.com
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After reading and thoroughly enjoying Gone With A Handsomer Man, I could hardly wait to read this sequel. I couldn't wait for the cheaper paperback to come out ... I went right for the hardcover, which I rarely do.

Teeny had her quirks in the first book, but compared to what she is like in this one, she seemed shy, secure and reticent in the first one. In this one, she yammers on and on and on, moving so quickly that it is hard to keep up with her.

She suddenly has doubts about the love of her life, even though he has basically done nothing but try to protect and help her. I don't want to spoil the plot, but the small town of Bonaventure, Georgia has turned into Cabot Cove, Maine (Murder She Wrote). Bodies are dropping like flies and Teeny is like a whirling dervish. Nothing is done at a leisurely pace, giving the poor reader a moment to relax and enjoy the book.

I think that if one hasn't read Gone With A Handsomer Man, they would be confused as to past events that are referred to and most of all, the charm of the characters themselves - especially Teeny. Her boyfriend Coop basically plays a very small part in this sequel.

I was so disappointed that I don't know if I will read the next sequel, if it is indeed forthcoming. I finished it because I wanted to know 'who done it'.

Teeny was cute and lovable before, now she is just plain annoying.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 I'm a Teeny Fan 5 janvier 2013
Par B. Youngblood - Publié sur Amazon.com
I didn't even have to read inside the front cover to know I'd love this book. I love Michael Lee West's books! She is an awesome southern writer. I checked the book out and brought it home without even opening it- and it did not disappoint. Teeny, like all Wests heroines, is easy to love. Wests' females are human- imperfect, sometimes a little neurotic, and always easy to identify with. Teeny makes mistakes. She can be impulsive and stubborn. She has bad hair days (every day), and has a strange fashion sense. The reader is immediately drawn to her. Who wouldn't be on her side? Her boyfriend may be seeing his beautiful (and evil) ex. A smart-alek ten-year-old claims he is her father. Then, after witnessing a murder, Teeny is in fear for her own life. Life has never been easy for Teeny- her own mother abandoned her at the local Dairy Queen when she was only eight years old. Raised by her loving Aunt Bluette, Teeny has had do to the very best she could with what little she had to work with. This is what makes her vulnerable. It also gives her strength. Teeny is a gourmet cook, finding recipes for every situation (including The Right To Remain Silent Salsa and I've Already Hired An Attorney Chips). Recipes are included!

West writes a great mystery. I had no idea which character(s) were guilty until the very end. (Don't worry, I won't spoil it.) This book was hard to put down. There were twists and turns on every single page. Just when you think you've got it all figured out, another clue is unearthed which changes everything. Once again, Michael Lee West has written a great southern read- an a great mystery as well.

Read this book if...
*you love southern fiction
*you love a great mystery
*you love "small town novels"
*You are a fan of Michael Lee West

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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Just an okay read 14 octobre 2012
Par IslandGirl - Publié sur Amazon.com
A Teeny Bit of Trouble was the sequel to Gone With a Handsomer Guy, and of the two books, it was the lesser. Neither book was outstanding, but the little girl in this book, Emerson, was so outrageously written that I found myself flipping through the sections that she appeared in. Her language was so badly out of sync with the age of the character that it was ridiculous. The editing in this book was also a bit sloppy and I found myself stopping at places where the wrong word or spelling was used. I think I've had enough of Teeny Templeton for a long, long time. She's a teeny bit too simple for me and the made-up recipes were juvenile. I think I'll make a Wish-I-Hadn't-Bought-This-Book-Peach-Pie.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Sequel - a "teeny" bit better than the first 25 avril 2012
Par Kristin Kiser - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I enjoyed Michael Lee West's first book in the "Teeny" series, but often found myself wanting to smack some sense into the main character, Teeny. West gave a much better depiction of the main character in "A Teeny Bit of Trouble". Gone were the "ugh" moments when you wanted to reach through the pages and wring Teeny's neck. The plot still had twists and turns, but was always entertaining. A great light-read, perfect for a beach vacation!
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