Sunday, February 6, 2011

Review: Flirting with the Fireman by Judy Jarvie

Flirting with the Fireman by Judy Jarvie

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 1



Felicity Truro's diary is filling up with problems. First there's the ugliest bridesmaid's dress in the world, then there's her sick aunt's serious secret. But it's Rod McAllister, the handsome firefighter best man with attitude, who's melting her willpower and frazzling her nerves the most.

Can Flick survive being a bridesmaid for the eleventh time whilst falling for the best man? And how will she cope when Rod needs a stand-in and she's promoted to top of the candidate list?

Clare's Review

Flick is a librarian. The highlight of the library's week is when hunky fireman Rod comes to change his books. That is for everyone apart from her. She can't stand the man. So when she is asked to be chief bridesmaid she's pleased...until she realises Rod is the best man.

A novel way to tell a story, this one "show" the drama as much as "tells" it through emails, answer phone messages and IM conversations. The humour in those is wonderful, both witty and sarcastic. A couple of times it would have been nice to have been shown rather than told after the event via an email, but that doesn’t detract from the charming way the story develops. A fun read that proves there is more to a person than first appearances provide.

4 Tea Cups!

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