Friday, November 19, 2010

Review: The Unlikely Candidate by Kathryn Keller

The Unlikely Candidate by Kathryn Keller

Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 2



Brent Danielson is the perfect candidate for a husband. He’s handsome, charming, and about to become the next governor of the state. Still, Krista wonders if she’s hesitant to marry him because her mother approves of him so heartily and it’s natural for her to rebel against her wishes.

Or is the memory of an adolescent crush making her turn away any man who’s interested in her?

When she takes a brief vacation to relax and make her decision she becomes more uncertain than ever as her childhood, love/hate relationship is rekindled.

Hunter's Review

To me, one of the great things Red Rose Publishing does is good old-fashioned contemporary romance. This book, The Unlikely Candidate, falls into that category. I really enjoyed this funny, well written, tale about girl meets boy but isn’t sure that boy is the one and boy meets girl and has his own issues.

The dialogue between the hero and heroine makes the story flow and Keller is clearly an expert at keeping the banter going. I’m going to recommend this book to fans of contemporary romance. If you’re looking for a love story that could have happened to people you know, this is a book for you.

4 Tea Cups!

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