Friday, March 30, 2012

Darcy Lundeen, Finding You Again

Title:  Finding You Again
Author:  Darcy Lundeen
Rating:  Three And A Half Siren Stones

Genre:  Contemporary Romance
Sub-Genre:  Romantic Comedy
Keywords:  Champagne Rosebud
Page Count:  223     
ISBN E-Book:  d6423
Price:  $3.99
Publisher:  The Wild Rose Press
Reviewer:  Nikki


Maggie Demarco thought she’d have the perfect wedding…until the groom backed out without even saying goodbye. So she packs a bag and flees to the town where she grew up to heal and prepare for the rest of her life.

Eric Holt is surprised when he learns that Maggie’s back in town. He’s never forgotten the hours he spent in high school introducing her to the joys of sex. Of course, he’s also never forgotten the pain of her rejection. But he’s still willing to help her recapture the sexual mojo she lost waiting for her AWOL groom, and he proposes a no-strings-attached affair to prove how desirable she still is.

Neither expect the unintended consequences, when old hurts resurface, new problems arise, and simple sex threatens to turn into the craziest complication of all: love.

What could be worse than being stood up at your own wedding?

That's what the heroine, Maggie faces.  I can't imagine the mixture of feelings this woman must have.  So she sets out to take a journey and clear her head for awhile.  I don't always like the way Maggie acts, especially around Eric.  She's sometimes a bit snotty and self centered.  I know she's just gone through an emotional roller coaster, but still, it got to me.

Eric isn't always much better.  Maybe it's the way they react to one another.  But after awhile, their chemistry gets better and they aren't as much fire and ice with one another as they are in the beginning of the book.

I love stories about second chances, and Eric sure has a plan to change Maggie's mind about things.  Her overall attitude does get better as the book progresses.

If you're a fan of contemporary stories filled with heat and heart, grab yourself a copy of Finding You Again

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