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Thursday, September 12, 2013

Dangerous Curves Ahead by Sugar Jamison

The Run Down

  • Hero/Heroine = 5
  • Supporting Characters = 4
  • Plot = 5
  • Setting = 4
  • Originality = 4
  • Romance = 5
  • Sex = 5

Total Score 

The Gist of the Thing

Mike Edwards has his work cut out for him if he plans to woo Ellis Garrett. She better be prepared because Mike is bringing his A-game.  

Technical Details

  • Published by St. Martin's Paperbacks on  August 27th, 2013 
  • I received a digital ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. 
  • 368 pages
  • Contemporary romance
  • Perfect Fit series #1

Back Blurb 

Ellis Garrett is dumping her critical boyfriend, opening a plus-size clothing store, and starting a blog—all to spread the word that fashion shouldn’t require a size-two body, and happiness should allow for the occasional cupcake. Or two. But is indulging fantasies about her sister’s long-ago ex, the still-hunky Michael Edwards, biting off more than she can chew?

Mike must be losing his detective’s touch. He doesn’t recognize Ellis when he bumps into her at Size Me Up, and he certainly doesn’t remember his ex-girlfriend’s outspoken sister being so irresistible. Her curves are indeed dangerous—and so is her wit. Could it be that Ellis is his Perfect Fit? One thing’s for sure: Mike will make it his sworn duty to find out…

What I LIKED about this book.

Mike and Ellis are real people. Sugar Jamison has written characters that are believable and even better, likable. 

What I DISLIKED about this book.

A particular woman, we shall call her cantankerous Aunt Snooty, needed to be hit by lightening and then a truck.

Full Review

Mike meets Ellis and doesn't realize they have met before. Ellis is not impressed with his selective memory. She has a new boutique to run, an ex boyfriend and his aunt to dodge, parents to visit, and a sister ignore. Her life is booked. No time for Mr. I Can't Remember You. That plan might work if Mike was not so irresistible. People in Mike and Ellis's past keep coming out to play. They bring lots of emotional baggage to share. With obstacles galore, Mike and Ellis will have to stand their ground if they want to be together.

Ellis's internal dialogue is beyond hysterical. I l-o-v-e her. If you are not laughing out loud while you are reading Dangerous Curves Ahead, you should get your funny bone looked at. 

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