- The Wild Rose Press
- Release Date
- January 2011
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?
Jan 27, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
467 people found the following review helpful
Combine a hot man in uniform and a not-so-mousy librarian and sparks will fly! I loved this spicy little romance by a debut author.
FLIRTING WITH THE FIREMAN is the story of a small town fireman and the town's librarian. Rod McAllister is the well-buffed young man, nicknamed "Mr Hunky", who is the heartthrob of all the women of the small town of Raynesford. Sadly, he serves as a constant irritant for Felicity. Rod brings his mom into the library each week, and he and Felicity verbally spar.
Felicity has been a bridesmaid far too many times but when her friend Linda calls to ask her, she reluctantly agrees. "It won't be too bad", she thinks until she finds out that Rod is the best man.
This story is a cute little romance that will delight any reader. The story is mostly told through text messages, e-mails and phone messages between the various characters of the story. Felicity also has a diary in which she makes delightful entries. I found that this method of story telling has the plot marching right along. The sarcasm and cat and mouse games played by Felicity and Rod have the reader laughing in delight!
Not only was this story completely captivating, but totally unique in my experience. A lot of information was covered and the book had the feel of a complete novel although it was only about 100 pages. Take the opportunity to check out this new author - an excellent effort for a first book!
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