I'm In No Mood For Love

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I'm In No Mood For Love

I m In No Mood For Love What is Clare Wingate doing One minute she s suffering in a pretty in pink gown she ll never wear again and the next thing she knows it s morning and she has the nastiest hangover of her life To make

  • Title: I'm In No Mood For Love
  • Author: Rachel Gibson
  • ISBN: 9780061796692
  • Page: 136
  • Format: ebook
  • What is Clare Wingate doing One minute she s suffering in a pretty in pink gown she ll never wear again, and the next thing she knows it s morning and she has the nastiest hangover of her life.To make matters worse, she s wearing nothing but a spritz of Escada and lying next to Sebastian Vaughan her girlhood crush turned sexy, globe hopping journalist SomewheWhat is Clare Wingate doing One minute she s suffering in a pretty in pink gown she ll never wear again, and the next thing she knows it s morning and she has the nastiest hangover of her life.To make matters worse, she s wearing nothing but a spritz of Escada and lying next to Sebastian Vaughan her girlhood crush turned sexy, globe hopping journalist Somewhere between the toast and the toss of the bouquet she d gotten herself into a whole lot of trouble.Clare had the right to go wild after all, she d been knocked off her dyed to match shoes after finding her own fianc in a compromising position with the washing machine repairman Clearly her society wedding is off.But Sebastian pushed all the wrong buttons and some of the right ones, too Clare is in no mood for love not even for lust and wants to forget about Sebastian and his six pack abs ASAP But he isn t in the mood to go away, and his kiss is impossible to forget.

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    1. Mo on said:

      3.5.Review on the short side today, cos the Turkey needs to be cooked. Liked this one. Like Rachel Gibson's writing style. Sebastian and Clare had known each other for years. He was the Gardner's son, she was always tagging after him when they were kids. He moved away, became a journalist, did not get back to see his Dad very often and had a bit of a strained relationship with him. Her fiance is caught doing the business with the Sears repairperson. Clare breaks off the engagement, gets drunk, e [...]

    2. Zeek on said:

      Clare Wingate's carefully ordered life fell apart before her eyes when she walked in on her fiance playing cowboy with the Sears repairman on the closet floor. But she's determined to set it aside til her best friend gets married. When she accidentally gets loaded the night of the reception, she awakens to find herself in a hotel room with a man she's known all her life but hasn't seen for ages.Sebastian Vaughan has known Clare since they were kids but seeing her in a sexy pink thong has put a d [...]

    3. Rane on said:

      When life gets you down and your find out your fiancee is cheating on you, hide your sadness at the wedding party and get drunk! That’s what romance author Clare Wingate does, expect she finds herself in bed with an old familiar face from her childhood who made her life hell . Hauling tail outta there Clare tries to put the whole thing out her mind and get back to her life, if only the man from her dreams or nightmares and so called one-night stand would leave her be: Sebatian Vaughan. Sebatia [...]

    4. ᴥ Irena ᴥ on said:

      I'm In No Mood For Love is a friends-to-lovers story. We find out the reason behind Clare 's bizarre behaviour at Lucy's wedding in the previous book. After she finds her fiancé Lonny with the Sears repairman in her walk-in closet, Clare decides not to trust any more. I dislike cheating trope with passion but the description of what she found in her closet is hilarious ('She’d stood there with her great-grandmother’s pearls in hand, too shocked to move, while the man who’d fixed her Mayta [...]

    5. Auntee on said:

      Well, I knew it couldn't last. After eight straight 5 star Rachel Gibson reads, I knew I was tempting fate. It sort of crashed and burned for me with this book, the first one I've read from the Writer Friends series. The premise sounded good to me--romance writer Clare catches her fiance in bed with another (a man!), turns her back on looking for Mr. Right and hooks up with childhood friend (sexy world renowned journalist/commitment-phobe Sebastian) in a "friends-with-benefits" arrangement, but [...]

    6. Jacob Proffitt on said:

      While the second in a series, you don't really need to read the first to fully enjoy this one. The first is really good, though, so I recommend you do, and it's nice getting to know the writer friends one book at a time.I was interested to see the romance of the romance writer and this didn't disappoint. I loved how the romantic soul was both her great strength (in seeing the better possibilities of people around her) and her great weakness (in wishing so much for the good, even ideal, to be tru [...]

    7. Nisha on said:

      Normally, this would be my type of book. The H/H sharing parts of their childhood, an obnoxious hero who loves to tease an uptight heroine, and a heroine who really has had the worst luck wiht men. But, somehow, it just wasn't as good as my expectations.I loved the childhood connection parts. They were cute, though I wish there was more mentioned. And the general set up was so promising. But as we get to know Clare, she becomes a so-so heroine. I think its because she is described as a girly-gir [...]

    8. Quirky Omega on said:

      Good enough. That’s it. Nothing much to really say about it.[image error]Let’s list down the reasons:-An extremely “been there done that” kind of a plot line. Childhood enemies grow up to be gorgeous and fall in love with each other. Who hasn’t seen that?I could have happily overlooked the above point, had the execution been good. But the novel lacked on the story telling front. The romance was just so…ordinary. At no point did the characters sizzle my pants with their passion. One d [...]

    9. Michelle [Helen Geek] on said:

      3/3.5 StarsThis was a bit of a slower grab for me and I was surprised. The book started out with the "walk of shame" and had me laughing, but then the connection was broken and slow coming back. I did, in the end, enjoy the book, but not as much [or nearly as much] as others by this author.Not sure I'm as keen on the "Writer's series", but am moving to another running out of RG reads. Not a happy sitch.You may enjoy this one more than, I. It was good, so don't let me deter you.Happy Reading!

    10. *TANYA* on said:

      I've read several Rachel Gibson books and this one is my favorite so far. Very cute book. I really really enjoyed it.

    11. Jennifer on said:

      What can I say about this book? KISS HER ALREADY! Sorry just had to get that off my chest! This was not a typical romance novel. Usually the heroine and the hero hit it off right away and something happens to separate them. But not this book so much tension and pretending they didn’t love each other. Ugh it took the whole book for them to realize that they loved each other. Overall it was a good book just annoying they didn’t get together faster.

    12. Lauren on said:

      I'm In No Mood for Love4.5 StarsAfter catching her fiancé in flagrante delicto with the repairman, Clare Wingate gets rip roaring drunk and awakens in an unfamiliar hotel room. Unfortunately, the occupant is no stranger, but Sebastian Vaughan, the bane of her childhood existence who has turned into a sexy and successful journalist. While Clare is determined to forget the embarrassing episode, Sebastian has other ideas and isn’t shy about showing Clare exactly what she’s been missing Althoug [...]

    13. Juliana Philippa on said:

      (3.5 stars) I vacillated between giving this book 3.5 or 4 stars, but finally settled for the former. Once Clare and Sebastian start their relationship, the book really takes off, but I wish it had happened earlier. I enjoy antagonistic relationships between the hero and heroine, but if it goes on for too long one starts to wonder how believable a lasting romantic relationship between the two of them is. Clare and Sebastian rub each other the wrong way pretty much all the time until they sleep t [...]

    14. Courtney on said:

      Really, I think I would rate this a two and a half. I'm In No Mood For Love follows up Sex, Lies and Online Dating, except the main character is Lucy's friend Clare, bodice-ripping romance writer extraordinaire. She becomes entangled with her childhood nemesis Sebastian after attending Lucy's wedding and then finding her fiancee Lonny having sex with the Sears repairman in her closet.This book, as opposed to the first in the series, is much harder to read. And once again, it goes from naughty se [...]

    15. Audrey on said:

      Light and fluffy. Just what I needed. Charming allergic-to-commitment hero who thinks he's getting what he wants when the heroine proposes a protecting-her-heart, friends-with-benefits arrangement. I was afraid the heroine was going to be one of those prissy rich girls, but I found her very easy to relate to and quite a sympathetic character. I loved the hero's point of view in this book, and it was really sweet to see the little things he did and thought that clued us in to his feelings even be [...]

    16. Mareli on said:

      I have to say, the first half part of this book was more a 3 stars than a 4. It was a little booooooring. The heroine was boring and her life was boring too. I suppose she needed to be injected with life and that when the hero came.I liked very much how their relationship developed, from just friends to "friends with benefits" and then to a couple.I think this phase of "friends with benefits" is always complicated for a woman. Usually they're involved and it's not "just sex"W the book was good a [...]

    17. Nonieღserenity2bliss on said:

      2½ stars.Not enough romance! What a shame since Clare is a romance writer. After reading the other three books from the series (in no particular order), I was so looking forward to Clare's story. It took me a while to get my hands on this book. In this case, it is certainly not worth the wait. Too much reminiscence about the past and family problem to really concentrate on the build-up of the characters relationship with one another. I thought the first chapter was great, but it went spiraling [...]

    18. Caz Malpas on said:

      3.5 LIGHT AND EASY STARS!Childhood crushes resurface after Clare finds her fiancé in a compromising position after she arrives home unexpectedly. She then wakes up in a strange hotel room with a hangover and no idea how she got there or who else is in the room. Fun, light and predictable, but delightful all the same!

    19. L8blmr on said:

      A sweet romance about love sneaking up on a 30-something couple when they least expected, and least WANTED it to. There were really sexy moments, great lines, and even (for me) one or two tear-inspiring scenes. And, of course, the requisite HEA.

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    21. Akina on said:

      I found this book to be very meh. It started off well. Lonely girl gets drunk at a wedding and wakes up in the arms of a childhood rival. But after that it just dragged on and on with descriptions of scenery and the H fishing with his father or something. Eventually the H and the h start hooking up sporadically whenever he comes to town. Then boom. Last chapter she falls in love, breaks up with him, he sulks for awhile then decides he loves her too and they reunite. It was completely rushed like [...]

    22. Tracy on said:

      Loved this. Was totally and thoroughly in the mood for this book. Listened to the audio version in one day start to finish. This author is great at cute happy books with main characters that I really like. Don’t expect anything crazy deep or something that will make you cry, but I always have a smile on my face when it ends, and sometimes that is exactly what I need. I loved the slow burn between Clair and Sebastian. It was hot!

    23. Monique Pearson on said:

      Enjoyed the hell out of Sebastian and Claire but wish there had been better sub plots. Also I grabbed this as a "you might also like" recommendation but hadn't noticed it was book 2. I'm about to start Book 1. I love to read about authors!

    24. VaultOfBooks on said:

      By: Rachel Gibson. Grade: CThis is the first book written by Rachel Gibson that I’m reading. I’ve heard a lot about her and her book- Simply Irresistible. I wanted to read it, but couldn’t find it anywhere. So, I decided to start with what was available: I’m In No Mood For Love. Since she’s so acclaimed, I had expectations: expectations which were cruelly shattered.Why does it always have to happen with me? Most of the time, whenever I read an author’s works for the first time, I am [...]

    25. Amanda on said:

      Click here for more Rachel Gibson reviewsSummary:Clare had to unexpectedly run home before her best friend Lucy’s wedding only to catch her fiancé Lonny in the middle of “THE act” in her closet with the Maytag man. At the wedding she drowns her sorrow’s which champagne, Jager and bad karaoke. When she wakes up naked in a hotel room she is mortified and when the man walks out of the bathroom and it’s her childhood crush Sebastian she wishes she could take back the whole night! Clare sp [...]

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