You Don’t Know Jack by Erin McCarthy


Jamie Peters no longer believes in love. True idiots, true scumbags, true moochers-these she believes in whole heatedly, and she’s got the checkerd dating history to prove it. So she’s more than a little skeptical when her cross-dressing physic tells her she’s about to meet her soul mate-during an accident. Yeah, sounds about right.

Jonathan Davidson doesn’t believe in destiny-or lying to beautiful women as a rule. But no that Jamie thinks he;s just an ordinary guy, how can he possibly tell her that he’s really, (A) her roomate’s brother, (B) a millionaire to boot, and (C) the jerk investigating her application to his grandfather’s charitable trust because she may be involved in something illegal? Yeah, rhetorical question. He can’t. Not until he knows what’s going on.

This is pure chick lit. No doubt about it. And it certainly would not top the list of good, clean reads.” But it’s good. The story is believable and the characters aren’t one -dimensional at all. If you’re into these kinds of books, this one’s pretty good.

Book Mentioned:

  • McCarthy, Erin. You Don’t Know Jack. New York: Kensington, 2006. Print. 255 pgs. ISBN: 9780758214096. Source: Library.
Book Cover © Kensington. Retrieved: March 24, 2008.

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