» Lois Lane Tells All || ↠ PDF Read by ✓ Karen Hawkins

By Karen Hawkins | Comments: ( 202 ) | Date: ( Mar 30, 2020 )

New York Times bestselling author Karen Hawkins returns to Glory, North Carolina, for another delightful story of love and laughter She thinks she s Lois Lane Susan Collins always wanted to be a hard hitting reporter, but there s not much call for her talents in sleepy Glory, North Carolina Then the Murder Mystery Club a trio of enterprising octogenarians decides tNew York Times bestselling author Karen Hawkins returns to Glory, North Carolina, for another delightful story of love and laughter.She thinks she s Lois Lane .Susan Collins always wanted to be a hard hitting reporter, but there s not much call for her talents in sleepy Glory, North Carolina Then the Murder Mystery Club a trio of enterprising octogenarians decides to open their own CSI lab at the assisted living center And when strange accidents begin to happen around town, Susan senses she could be on to the news story of her dreams.He doesn t want to be her Superman .Mark Tremayne has returned to Glory to take over as CFO of The Glory Examiner His job is to keep the newspaper profitable, which means covering the annual Baptist Church Bake Off and selling ads for the county fair not allowing his too sexy for her own good reporter to hare off after a wild story that could alienate some of the townspeople.Together they re Kryptonite.Mark s and Susan s viewpoints could be from different planets, but their mutual attraction is in total alignment Despite their arguments, the indomitable redhead and the hot accountant are a sexual explosion waiting to happen And when it does, Glory had better watch out


  • Title: Lois Lane Tells All
  • Author: Karen Hawkins
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Karen Hawkins

New York Times and USA Today best selling author Karen Hawkins is known for her wonderfully humorous and emotion tugging historical and contemporary romances The author of over 30 novels, Karen writes for a living between shopping for shoes, playing around on Facebook and Pinterest, looking for fun items for Hawkins Manor, and napping, although usually not at the same time Sometimes, for fun, she takes Instagram pictures of her two rescue dogs, Sadie and Teke, and posts them online.Yeah, she s a wild one.Karen lives in balmy Orlando, Florida, with her husband, aka Hot Cop, and her two dogs Her children are both out of college and have become productive, non violent members of society Karen writes six to eight hours a day when not obsessively reading research books on Regency era Scotland, snacking on chocolate, or looking out the windows of her house and thinking about gardening Her hobbies include sculpting, oil painting, playing badminton, and ok, ok, she doesn t have any hobbies, but if she did, she s sure they d be something refined and fascinating.If you want to follow Karen on any of the various social media outlets that allow her to engage in productive procrastination, you can find her at FACEBOOK TWITTER INSTAGRAM PINTERESTIf you d like to keep up with Karen s crazed and hectic schedule, win free books, find out about her coming releases, or just want to engage in some easy on line snooping, sign up for Karen s amazing newsletter



Comments Lois Lane Tells All

  • Cherise

    Susan is the small town girl who has recently taken over as editor of the town paper. She writes a Dear Bob column and other fluffy pieces that involve her town, like the annual Bake-Off at the Baptist church.Mark is a numbers man, successfully building his own accounting career in Raleigh, North Carolina; he comes home to help get his sisters newly acquired paper back on its feet. The paper has been coasting along in the red under the previous owner and Mark wants to crunch the numbers till the [...]


  • Susan

    I decided to read Lois Lane Tells All as while I enjoyed the romance aspect of Karen Hawkins' regency fare, there were too many period errors not to irk me. So I thought that perhaps with the historical aspect removed and only the romance to cover I should really like the book? Unfortunately that wasn't the case. The descriptions were so repetitive, the scenario too trite and the resolution too rushed and flat. Might end up reading the next in the Scots series just too see if anything improves?! [...]


  • Esperanza

    i love this book


  • Jennesa

    I read the first book in the series Talk of the Town and was not very impressed. I decided to finish the second book and I liked it a little more. Still not one of my favorite books, but I wanted to see the series all of the way through.


  • Sandra R

    Another entertaining book by this author ! Well written.


  • Tiffany

    Susan Collins has an explosive attraction to her temporary boss, Mark Tremayne. Mark has returned to their town of Glory in hopes of making The Glory Examiner profitable again. Susan and Marks attraction is mutual and irresistible but Mark will not be staying in Glory permanently and he is her boss! When the towns “murder mystery club”, a group of extremely bored assisted-living center residents, start investigating strange “accidents” around town, Mark and Susan’s resistance breaks do [...]


  • Kimberly

    My review cross-posted from Joyfully Reviewed: joyfullyreviewed/new-rSusan Collins has always wanted to be Lois Lane, but The Glory Examiner, the one and only newspaper in Glory, North Carolina, is a far cry from the Daily Planet. Plus, her boss, Mark Treymayne, is no Clark Kent…even if he does look the part. Mark’s goal is to make The Glory Examiner profitable and he doesn’t like it that Susan’s alienating some of their readership with her newest stories. Then Glory’s Murder Mystery C [...]


  • J

    In Lois Lane Tells All, set in Glory, North Carolina, we meet Susan Collins, a smart, sassy and sexy reporter/editor of Glory's only newspaper. She's responsible for her father, is a sucker for an oversized pup and is lusting quite heavily after her boss, Mark Tremayne. He's also the accountant who's going to bring the newspaper in to the black, due to its financial problems.Mark is an accountant-he likes numbers, charts and PowerPoint presentations. He also likes Susan. A lot. She's sexy, has a [...]


  • Rebecca Rose

    I had the pleasure of requiring this book through Romance In The Backseat's web conference back in March and I have to say, Thank You!Susan Collins, AKA Lois Lane, wants to be a serious reporter. But the quiet town of Glory, North Carolina doesn't have too many juicy stories besides the bake-off at the local Baptist Church. Susan loves where she lives and knows everyone, except the new account for her towns failing paper- and the one she works for.Mark Tremayne is not staying in Glory. He's a ci [...]


  • Jencey/

    Meet Susan who has a healthy obsession with Lois Lane and Superman. She has taken care of her father since she was little and has called the town of Glory home all her life. Susan’s job is the editor of the Glory Newspaper. Where she meets Mark sent to save the newspaper and her (Clark Kent). Mark’s job is to make the paper profitable. He presents a plan to both Susan and Pat for how to improve the paper. Susan then counters with her own plan that Mark agrees to. Now let the mayhem begin! Su [...]


  • Donna Hatridge

    This is an easy fun book to read. I must admit The Murder Mystery Club had me smiling thru this story.Susan Collins always wanted to be a hard hitting reporter, but there isn't much call for her talent in sleepy Glory North Carolina. Then the Murder Mystery Club a trio of enterprising octogenarians decides to open their own CSI lab at the assisted living center, and when strange accidents begin to happen Susan senses she could be on to the news story of her dreams.Mark Tremayne has returned to G [...]


  • Phillis

    Yes, it was a bit of fluff. I read the synopsis of the book before I put it on hold at the library. It seemed interesting especially about the 5 seniors who call themselves the Mystery Murder Club. The main character is a reporter for a local paper. So with that in mind I thought I'd be reading a good murder mystery with some humor involved. It couldn't have been more the opposite. Its a romance novel with some humor. Evidently there is a preceding book involving some of the characters in this b [...]


  • Lesley

    Meh. First book I've read by this author. I'd probably give it a 2.5 stars if I could. I liked the main characters well enough, but found the peripheral characters to be one-dimensional. The jokes with the bumbling geriatric mystery sleuthing club wore on me after awhilenior moment jokes are only funny a couple of times and then they're just old and tired. This book had WAY too much space devoted to long, drawn out conversations centering on them. I found the ending to be somewhat unbelievable, [...]


  • Leya

    I wasn't too sure about this book. I love Karen Hawkins, her historicals to be more specific. Her first contemporary book didn't do it for me, so picking this one up was more of a curious act on my part. Would this book be any better than the first one or would it be more like her historicals that I enjoy so much?It definitely wasn't like her historical romance, but it does have that sexual tension and the humor that I expect from Karen Hawkins. But just didn't do it for me. The characters are l [...]


  • Ami

    2.5 starsUnfortunately, the story following Talk of the Town lacks the charm of the first book for me. Mark and Susan seems to think about the other's sexiness most of the time, and I'm not a fan of such thing. One or two times are okay, but not if it takes several scenes. It becomes boring. I also find the scene where Susan uses short skirt and great make-up just to hook Mark's attention to be cliché and sexist. Personally, after that scene, the book is going downhill in my eyes.


  • Nancy Brooks

    This was my first book by this author. I was drawn in by the catchy title. It was a humorous romance, very light reading, but enjoyable. The romance between "Lois" and "Clark" was the main plot with a town mystery involved as well. I will go back and find the first in Hawkins' Glory series and read Nick and Roxie's story in the first Glory mystery which seems to have been more serious than this one. The Murder Mystery Club from Assisted Living solved that one, too. I'd rate the book three stars [...]


  • Kristine

    3.5 stars on this. I didn't realize going it that it was a follow-up book to Talk of the Town, which was a pleasant surprise. Mark and Susan are great. The way they banter back and forth had me laughing out loud. The Murder Mystery Club was once again hysterical! Tundy and her velour outfits, Clara and her QVC jewelry obsession, and C.J. holding his pants up so they don't fall down = HILARITY! It almost felt like there would be another book to follow this one *crosses fingers* let's hope.


  • Just - The romance reader

    Entertaining, spicy, and I just loved revisiting many of the characters from Talk of The Town. It was great getting to know Roxie's brother Mark Tremayne and Susan Collins better. As the two main characters of Lois Lane Tells All it was great to watch their romance blossom as they battled each other and tried to solve the current town mystery (along side the Murder Mystery Club of course!).A great follow up to Talk of the Town!


  • Lisa

    This follows "Talk of the Town". It's a fun summer read. The creative female reporter has a 'thing' for Superman. The new strict no-nonsense accountant looks a lot like Clark Kent. Sparks fly. The quirky geriatric crowd are a hoot. With the paper in peril, and the town in a tizzy, what will the 'sparks' ignite? I'll be looking for the next installment in the Glory series with eagerness. A nice bonus: the sexual content was minimal and not explicit.


  • Angela

    First off, I picked this off a grocery store shelf and didn't realize exactly how steamy it was. So if you don't like steamy, don't read this book. Even so, I found the authors writing style absoutely delightful. I couldn't stop laughing for much of it, the first chapter was particularly hillarious. And I couldn't even manage to put the book down until I'd gotten through over half of it. Good job Karen Hawkins.


  • Carrie

    This is the second book in the “Glory” series. I really liked the first book - TALK OF THE TOWN - but there was something missing in this one for me. I never could get into the story or Mark and Susan as a couple. There was something about the two of them that didn’t work for me, but I still can’t put my finger on what it was. I think I needed more attraction between the two of them. We are told over and over how attracted they are to each other, but to me it felt forced.


  • Erin

    Another delightful read from Karen Hawkins. Light, fun and humorous! I really enjoyed Susan and Mark's relationship and it really hooked me as their problems were real and written well. The antics of the geriatric murder mystery club were hilarious as before and the supporting characters rang true. I really hope that there will be more in this series! Really enjoyed it and it really uplifted my mood as I had just finished a rather dark and moody book prior.


  • Bet Lantaff

    This is the 2nd in the Talk of the Town series. Not much snark in this book, but if you're looking for a quick fun read pick up this book. I really hope that she continues the series. I don't read historical romance but if Ms Hawkins writes those as well as she writes this series, I may change my mind and begin reading that genre.


  • Jessica

    Here is one of these books where it's a random pick up but it's #2 in the series. Then for some reason, the library doesn't have #1 so I can't read previous tales about the town.I am not sure if that would have helped with this book; considering it's all over the place.However, the oldies and their murder mystery club gets a chuckle.


  • Tracey Risebrow

    It’s a romantic comedy that for me did not really take off. While I enjoyed the relationship between the protagonists, the rest of the story was a bit odd and I didn’t really find it very humorous (although I think it was meant to be). Not my favourite and while I would read more books by this author if they came my way, I wouldn’t actively seek them out


  • Amy

    I was not as taken with this book as I have been with Koren Hawkins' other work. I did find the elderly folks starting their own crime lab pretty funny though. I'm not really sure why I didn't latch onto the characters of Mark and Susan. In short though I wasn't really into the book, it was well written and humorous, just not to my tastes


  • Bernie

    Lois Lane Tells All reviewLois Lane Tells All is a cute romantic comedy written by author Karen Hawkins. It's the second in a series about Glory, N.C Talk of the Town being the first.


  • Jeannine Emmelot

    A wonderful book with great real characters that you really root for!! An incredibly smart, strong woman that I can relate to!! I also loved that it wasn't just about the romance, it was also about many other characters. I especially loved the scene where they get stuck in the elevator!!!


  • Melanie (Moviemavengal)

    Meh. This is a lighter than air book. Sometimes I'm in the mood for fluff, and this was just a bit too light for my current mood. I'm also getting a bit sick of the life in a small town is ideal meme.


  • Shae

    This book featured one of my biggest pet peeves: old people acting crazy. I don't know what it is, but every time a pack of old people decide they are in charge of everything I want to rip out my hair. I didn't care for Susan at all, but Mark was quite nice.


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