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Friday, May 29, 2009
Review - A Perfect Fit by Sheridon Smythe
Title: A Perfect Fit
Author: Sheridon Smythe
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
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Rating: You Need to Read
Reviewed by: Mickey
Is that a gun in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me? Petite but impulsive Brooke Welch went haywire when a careless heartbreaker got her kid sister pregnant, then up and disappeared. No way would the playboy evade his responsibility, even if Brooke had to kidnap him, hogtie him, and force him to be a father.
Trouble was, Brooke hijacked the wrong man! Worse, the drop-dead gorgeous hunk she held captive in a cabin proved to be Alex Bradshaw, her new boss, who was anonymously investigating crimes at his Quicksilver factory. Suddenly, Brooke was up to her ears in danger…and desire. Caught between a rock and, um, a hard place. And finding it—and Alex's arms—an all-too-perfect fit…
How much fun can two people have with a kidnapping and a case of mistaken identity? Apparently quite a bit if you are Brooke Welch and Alex Bradshaw. A Perfect Fit starts off as a comedy of errors and keeps the reader chuckling until the very end. Perhaps that is because Ms. Smythe has a gift for writing comedy, enhanced by her great sense of timing and sharp wit. Brooke is extremely endearing as she blusters her way from one situation to the next, blindly stumbling into near dangerous situations and managing to survive to go on to the next near miss. Cute, pixyish and adorable, she is the perfect heroine for this story, and the perfect foil to uptight Alex. Alex, on the other hand, manages to appear as her unlikely savior at every turn. He is a great hero: tall, dark and handsome with an irrepressible and droll sense of humor. Ms. Smythe manages to create an interesting story with charming main characters and a wonderfully supportive cast of secondary characters all set in a quaint little town that manages to have a personality of its own. It is impossible not to like these people, this book, and ultimately its “perfect” ending. For a good laugh – read A Perfect Fit, it’s perfectly delightful.