White Girl in La Casa

White Girl in La Casa After being dumped by the last bad boy she s ever going to date Calliope meets her Hispanic prince charming Peter Delgadillo is the perfect gentleman sure but he s also extremely easy to look at wi

  • Title: White Girl in La Casa
  • Author: Christa Jeanne
  • ISBN: 1495349993
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Paperback
  • After being dumped by the last bad boy she s ever going to date, Calliope meets her Hispanic prince charming Peter Delgadillo is the perfect gentleman, sure, but he s also extremely easy to look at with a flirtatious grin, naturally tanned skin that just radiates over gorgeous muscle, and the potential to be Calliope s passionate Latin lover who whispers sweet Spanish notAfter being dumped by the last bad boy she s ever going to date, Calliope meets her Hispanic prince charming Peter Delgadillo is the perfect gentleman, sure, but he s also extremely easy to look at with a flirtatious grin, naturally tanned skin that just radiates over gorgeous muscle, and the potential to be Calliope s passionate Latin lover who whispers sweet Spanish nothings into her ear Hmmm If only she could convince him that she is his Caucasian love goddess However, Peter wants to remain in the just amigos category Well, that is until a pipe bursts and they are forced to stay with Peter s mother He confesses that in order to ease his mother s ailing heart, they need to act like a couple in love Pretend to adore one another Play the part of the adorable girlfriend while getting to touch, fondle, cuddle and cozy up to the man that she s been madly in love with for years No problemo However, nothing is getting past Peter s mother, Margarita, who is not fond of the new white girl who doesn t speak the language, doesn t know the culture and doesn t eat meat With quite the language barrier and culture shock, Calliope struggles to keep her end of the bogus relationship bargain especially when she begins to realize that their friendship may break her heart Oh, and then there s Peter s brother, Eddie, who threatens to blow the secret wide open because he knows it s all an act With a love triangle right out of a Spanish novella, Calliope tries to figure out what s real and what isn t so her heart won t take another blow One white girl, one fake boyfriend who should be The One, one ice cold Margarita who s determined to drive her out and the one guy who knows it s all a sham It ll be a wonder if this white girl will survive in la casa

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    1. This was such a good book. I absolutely love it when an author can draw me in to a romance and keep me laughing. Ms. Jeanne did it superbly. I devoured this book in a matter of hours. So that you can fully grasp how much I enjoyed White Girl in La Casa, I received a paperback copy to read and review and plan to purchase it as an eBook so that I can read it again whenever I want without having to worry about where I put it. Calliope is the white girl in question. She is blonde and has Swiss, Iris [...]

    2. Reviewed by: CeliaReview: Calliope doesn’t practice good sense when it comes to men. Then, out of the blue, she meets Peter Delgadillo, “the Latino God of all that is man candy goodness.” (12) The two start off as friends, but Calli has other things in mind—dirty, sinful things. Pathetic love puppy! “For as many times as Peter had introduced me as his friend, it finally sunk in that we were not going to be walking down the aisle at any time and that his delicious body and kind heart wo [...]

    3. REVIEWI found this book extremely funny. It was nice for a change to read a book that was light and funny, enough to make you smile and laugh. The book was rather a fast read. I think that was because it wasn't full of sadness and so much detailed descriptions. You could just read and enjoy, instead of having to keep track of every character and what they are doing. The characters were the best, absolutely right for the book. We have Calliope, a vegan. Then there was Eddie, let me just say I wil [...]

    4. This was a funny book. I loved the banter between Calli and Margarita. Margarita reminded me of my mother in law, because my husband is an only child. I know Spanish, Latin, Greek and Sign Language. My husband and her know Polish. There are definitely some very interesting conversations in our house! Us three also live together. I did not like Peter though. He was a putz and he really only cared about himself. Eddie on the other hand was a straight forward guy. Even though I got mad at him it di [...]

    5. This book was so funny! I think I read this over 2 days because I seriously couldn't put it down. It's the funniest book I've read in a while and I love love love the way this author writes. The characters were perfect, I loved Calliope! I'm a vegan too and loved her. Eddie, hubba hubba. Yes, loved him too. I have to go back and read this author's first book because I love her writing. Want another!

    6. I laughed. I teared up. I felt like calliopy was a friend of mine telling me her dramatic story. I found the Mexican comedy entertaining as well.

    7. Hilarious, love the characters, the story and the cat!! Great entertaining reading - have a glass of wine, sit back and enjoy this super fun book.

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