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Sunday, April 19

All Fired Up by Vivian Arend and Elle Kennedy

Title: All Fired Up
By: Vivian Arend and Elle Kennedy
My Copy: Netgalley.com
The BookWhisperer's Rating:

He’s ready to lead the way

Parker Wilson never thought he’d go from battle-hardened soldier to romance expert, but after his stint in the Rangers, that’s exactly what happened. As the owner of DreamMakers Inc., he helps other men win in the love department, using every resource available to plan the perfect date. When a routine recon turns into an unexpected night of passion, Parker’s mission becomes more personal—and he won’t give up until Lynn Davidson is all his.

She’s more than willing to follow

Lynn is a goner from the moment she lays eyes on the delectable Parker. She’s just ditched her boring almost-boyfriend and is tired of sticking to the straight and narrow. It’s time to walk on the wild side, and what better way than in the arms of the most irresistible man she’s ever met? But when their red-hot affair is threatened, it’ll take a team effort to make their dreams come true.

This book started out right.  I loved that Parker and Dean picked up a jerk of a man (Phil) as a client and while doing recon on his girlfriend so they can plan the perfect proposal for Lynn and jerk face.  But things fall through and this opens up a door for Parker and Lynn to get to know each other.

And a lot of great things happen to between the two.  They are extremely cute together and perfect in every way as a couple.  Lynn’s best friend, Suz, is hilariously amazing and was a great sidekick to Lynn throughout the whole book.  Also, all the small story lines that interweaved throughout gave the reader an advanced knowledge of future love interests.


But then it hit a brick wall for me.  I don’t know why Phil had to take this weird turn and bring a good book down.  To me, the whole scene didn’t work.  It was out of the blue and not what I was expecting so it brought the book down a notch or two. 

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