Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Review: Friday I'm in Love by Mari Carr

Friday I’m in Love by Mari Carr

Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 4



Wild Irish, Book Five

Friday’s child is loving and giving…

Ewan Collins has had the hots for Natalie for years but she continually rebuffs him, supposedly because of their age difference. When Natalie comes to stay with the Collins family for a week, Ewan decides it’s time to make his move in a serious way.

Natalie’s been in a funk since celebrating another birthday alone. When Ewan proposes to help her “get a life”—seven lessons in seven days—she figures, what the hell does she have to lose? Ewan’s plans include tequila shots, fishing, karaoke…and other, more erotic hands-on demonstrations.

But Nat’s loneliness isn’t Ewan’s only obstacle. Tragedy in her past continually takes Natalie to a dark place her mind can’t easily overcome. With support, tenderness and love, Ewan plans to win over Natalie one lesson at a time.

Starting with lessons of the heart.

Drew’s Review

Ewan Collins has been in love with Natalie for years now, even though she rejects him at every turn. When Natalie visits for a week, Ewan takes it upon himself to try and lead Natalie to a normal, loving life. He gives himself seven days to win Natalie over.

But, unknown to Ewan, he has an uphill battle because Natalie has faced serious tragedy in her past that she is very unwilling to let go of. Can Ewan make Natalie come out of her tragic shell in seven days or will she move back west?

Friday I’m In Love by Mari Carr follows the path of Ewan Collins as he tries to win the heart of Natalie. Ewan does not know about Natalie’s past though. This novel would appeal to anyone who loves romantic suspense.

I loved the main characters, Ewan and Natalie because they were well rounded and easily believable. The fact that Ewan loves Natalie enough to try and win her heart is brilliant. There were times when I was laughing, giggling, crying, and/or all three at the same time. This novel really touched my heart! There is a small, hidden theme to this story and I believe it is that do not stop living your life, create as many memories as you can.

I very much enjoyed this book and I will always remember this one because I was swept up in all the emotions. I would HIGHLY recommend this book to anyone who wants to know how to live again. I give this a heat level of 4 with a 5 Tea Cup rating!!

5 Tea Cups!

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