Card Sharks

Where are all the good men Marianne and her best friend, Bijoux, are dying to know Turns out they ve been holed up around card tables, playing Texas Hold em So Marianne and Bijoux decide it s time to up the ante and get in on the action But they never imagined that Marianne would have a seriously talented poker player lurking inside her And everyone knows what they sWhere are all the good men Marianne and her best friend, Bijoux, are dying to know Turns out they ve been holed up around card tables, playing Texas Hold em So Marianne and Bijoux decide it s time to up the ante and get in on the action But they never imagined that Marianne would have a seriously talented poker player lurking inside her And everyone knows what they say about lucky in cards
Card Sharks Where are all the good men Marianne and her best friend Bijoux are dying to know Turns out they ve been holed up around card tables playing Texas Hold em So Marianne and Bijoux decide it s time to

  • Title: Card Sharks
  • Author: Liz Maverick
  • ISBN: 9780451216755
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Card Sharks”

    1. I really wanted to like this book. I really did. As a female and a serious poker player, I thought the premise sounded intriguing. I was sorely disappointed in the writing. For example: On page 76 "Bijoux shrugged and began picking her steps carefully up the stone walkway toward the front door." Then, not a paragraph later "Bijoux picked her steps carefully up the stone walkway to the door." Same walkway, same front door.Later in the book, the author describes a scene at a table in the World Ser [...]

    2. First of all, you have to know poker to read this book, otherwise you'll be completely lost! The accuracy of the game was very well done and it was a good read altogether. I enjoyed the characters very much in this book. They were very easy to relate to and bring to life through your imagination. The idea of having the main character be a female poker player is good in and of itself, and the rest of the book makes up for any possible shortcomings. Great read!

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