Sunday, February 16, 2014

Title: Flirting with Disaster
Series: Camelot, #3
Author: Ruthie Knox
Rating: 3 Shooting Stars

In the latest eBook original novel in Ruthie Knox’s scorching-hot Camelot series, a no-strings fling looks an awful lot like falling in love—or flirting with disaster. 

 Fresh out of a fiasco of a marriage, Katie Clark has retreated to her hometown to start over. The new Katie is sophisticated, cavalier, and hell-bent on kicking butt at her job in her brother’s security firm. But on her first assignment—digging up the truth about the stalker threatening a world-famous singer-songwriter—Katie must endure the silent treatment from a stern but sexy partner who doesn’t want her help . . . or her company. 

 Sean Owens knows that if he opens his mouth around Katie, she’ll instantly remember him as the geeky kid who sat behind her in high school. Silence is golden, but he can’t keep quiet forever, not with Katie stampeding through their investigation. It’s time for Sean to step up and take control of the case, and his decade-old crush. If he can break through Katie’s newfound independence, they just might find they make a perfect team—on the road, on the job, and in bed. 

 Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from these Loveswept titles: How to Misbehave, Along Came Trouble, and About Last Night.

Received review copy from NetGalley. 

 The book begins with Katie going on her first job with Sean. The man who has been working with her for the past few months with out talking to her. She's done everything she can to get him to talk to her, but he won't. She thinks that he hates her. But Sean has a secret he wants kept from Katie. The fact that he can't really talk to her with out stuttering... These two have a long journey to go through before they can find their HEA. 

 I liked the book for the most part. I thought the story was interesting. But I just didn't like either of the characters that much. I thought that Sean was pretty selfish and kind of a jerk for the most part. Then Katie just sort of got on my nerves as well. So I have to say that the book was only okay. Not really bad but not good either.

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