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ISBN:
0553219820
Author:
Tami Hoag
Category:
Contemporary
Language:
English
Publisher:
Loveswept; First Edition/First Printing edition (February 1, 1989)
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1377 kb
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1339 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
149


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Loveswept: Mismatch No. 315 by Tami Hoag (1989, Paperback).

The book was a moderate success, and after a few publications, namely McKnight in Shining Armor and Mismatch (1989), she decided to pursue writing full-time and quit her other jobs.

Tami Mikkelson, more popularly known as Tami Hoag, is an American author. She was born on January 20, 1959 in Cresco, Iowa. She is known for her best-selling thriller and romance novels. The book was a moderate success, and after a few publications, namely McKnight in Shining Armor and Mismatch (1989), she decided to pursue writing full-time and quit her other jobs. She then proceeded to take a break in writing category fiction and decided to write stand-alone novels. She wrote Sarah’s Sin (1991), Heart of Dixie (1991) and Still Waters (1992).

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Mismatch by Tami Hoag - book cover, description, publication history.

Book Binding:Paperback. Loveswept: Straight From the Heart by Tami Hoag. 22 Indigo Place by Sandra Brown. The Books You Will Receive Are As Follows. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. This unforgettable pair of novels is sure to excite the lover and thrill the romantic in every reader.

Tami Hoag (born Tami Mikkelson on January 20, 1959) is an American novelist, best known for her work in the . She began her career as an author in 1988, writing category romances for the Bantam Books Loveswept Line

Tami Hoag (born Tami Mikkelson on January 20, 1959) is an American novelist, best known for her work in the romance and thriller genres. More than 22 million copies of her books are in print. Hoag was born in Cresco, Iowa and raised in the small town of Harmony, Minnesota. Because her siblings were more than ten years older than she, and there were not a lot of other children nearby, Hoag developed an active imagination, making up stories to entertain herself. She began her career as an author in 1988, writing category romances for the Bantam Books Loveswept Line. After several years of success in that field, Hoag switched her focus to single-title suspense novels.

Series: Loveswept - 315. Pages . The Complete Tami Hoag Book List. FictionDB is committed to providing the best possible fiction reference information. Pages: 18. 2009 Audies - Romance (Finalist). If you have any issues with the site, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Tami Hoag talks about her new book Alibi Man. Transcription. Mismatch (1989, Loveswept (2008) Reissue. Sarah's Sin (1991, Loveswept

Tami Hoag talks about her new book Alibi Man. Sarah's Sin (1991, Loveswept Heart of Dixie (1991, Loveswept (2008) Reissue. Taken by Storm (1992, Loveswept (2007) Reissue. Still Waters (1992, Bantam Fanfare). The Last White Knight (1992, Loveswept Dark Paradise (1994, Bantam Books). Kill the Messenger (2004, Bantam Books).

  • Peles
Mismatch is being marketed as if it were a new Tami Hoag book, typical of her recent mystery offerings. It is not. Several of her older, light-weight romance style books have been re-packaged and are being offered as if new presumably to capitalize on her current reputation. This is the second time in the past few months that I fell for this.

Mismatch's publication date is 2008. After I received it and read the first few pages, I could immediately tell that this was definitely not something that I would normally read. I checked the inside cover and knew why. The Copyright date for the book is 1989. The Copyright date for the "Cover image" is 2008. Old book, new cover.

The age of the book alone would not have caused me to give it the 1 Star rating. Lots of terrific reads are older than that. And, the basic premise was okay, if unoriginal -- two incompatible people are thrown together and despite their difference, are irresistably drawn to each other. The core problem for me was that there was not much else to the book. The plot was almost non-existent, the character development was shallow (and it is a stretch to even reference characterization at all with respect to this book), and the writing was completely uninspired. Other than the mundane descriptions of mutual lust, the most exciting thing that happens here is a sheep chewing up the pages of a report that then has to be re-copied and sent again.

Spoiler Alert - Just joking. There can't be a spoiler. From the minute the two characters meet on Page 7 and the silly descriptions of their desire begin on Page 11, you already know what the outcome will be. And the journey getting there could not duller.
  • Zbr
I thought too that it was going to be a mystery. I like Tami Hoag books but didn't know she wrote romance novels long ago. My fault, I should have paid better attention. This is a cute book, I enjoyed it but won't buy anymore romance novels. Tami Hoag is a number one mystery/thriller author and I cannot wait for her next book.
  • Chi
It's OK, but the plot isn't gets boring toward the middle. Didn't finish it.
  • Nalaylewe
Good
  • Maldarbaq
I was sadly disappointed in this particular book of Tami Hoag's. I have read many of her wonderful novels in the past and was pretty much expecting another wonderful thriller. Instead I got a short love story - boy meets girl, relationship questionable, all's good in the end. This is the first time in all the years of purchasing and reading Tami Hoag's novels that I have ever been disappointed in her books. All of the previously read books would normally rate a five star from me. I could only give this one a one star.
  • Shliffiana
I enjoy her books
  • IWAS
I love Tami Hoag's murder mysteries so much i went on line and had them sent to me in paperback until i got my kindel. This is such a good book, it keeps you on your toes as to what is going to happen next with the sheep the man and the racoons. i have read it twice. when I realized that I had read it before I still had to go ahead and read it again. love is awsome
I like the authors mystery's better. This was a little shallow but it was a cute story and a happy ending.

It was fun to read and different then her other books.