Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Sparks Fly


Cheryl Cooke Harrington
Contemporary Romance

"Mitch Walker's broad back was a whole lot better at keeping secrets."






After years away, Logan wants to return to her childhood home at her grandfather's remote lodge.  Surely her aging grandfather would welcome a younger partner.  The problem is, it seems he already has one.  Mitch Walker, it seems, is more than the pilot who takes her back to Casey Lodge, but the man who may just be standing in her way.  Or could it be more sinister - is he taking advantage of her grandfather?  Logan sets out to figure out just where she and her plans fit in here at Casey Lodge now, but Mitch seems like a distraction in more than one way.  Can Logan find a way to trust Mitch, and her heart?

My Opinion: The writing on this one was well done, but I felt that the story was missing something.  The set-up held a lot of potential for drama but it didn't fulfill it.  The story held many interesting scenes that were tenuously strung together.  The plot and romance were a bit bouncy.  The suspenseful scenes were wonderfully created in and of themselves.  The side characters weren't too involved in the story, but made for rich and fun side scenes.  I felt a lot like there must have been some backstory to all of the characters that I had missed out on.  Overall, there were some great scenes and a lot of potential, but it needed more to really pull the story together.

I received a free copy of this book to review.  No other compensation was given.  The summary and review are 100% my own.


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