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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Silver Sparks by Starr Ambrose

 Synopsis: The Larkin sisters are used to hearing whispers behind their backs. Being raised by hippie parents in the small resort town of Barringer’s Pass, Colorado, they were always considered oddballs, and for a while, they did everything they could to earn the name. But now, older and wiser, they're discovering that it's not so great to be the wild child, and are struggling to earn a new place for themselves in town.

When Maggie Larkin resists the come-ons of a sleazy actor in town to shoot a film, she pisses off more than a pretty boy and his manager. Turns out that Rafe DeLuca isn't just a movie star...he's possibly a killer, and Maggie's landed herself in more trouble than she could imagine. Enter Cal Drummond, cop extraordinaire, who's been trailing DeLuca himself for weeks, convinced that his recently murdered sister is one of Rafe's victims. He's determined not to let another woman be victimized by the dangerous Rafe, and if that means sticking like glue to Maggie, so be it. 
Maggie and Cal seem like perfect opposites, but as we all know...opposites attract!

Review: I found Silver Sparks by Starr Ambrose a fast and fun read. If you're a fan of romance with a hint of mystery than I definitely recommend this one. This is a great contemporary romance and I loved the chemistry between Maggie and Cal. It was a nice build up between them. I loved that although Cal was kinda the "knight in shinning armor" trying to save her, Maggie was still tough enough to take care of herself. I really liked the premise of this book because I really haven't read anything like it. Although it didn't get steamy towards the middle overall, It was a enjoyable read. I'm so happy to have found another awesome romance writer.

Available on: B& &
Format: eBook
Source: submitted for review by publisher for honest review.
Status: READ
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Starr Ambrose

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My reviews are my honest opinion. I am in no way paid for my thoughts. Each book I review is either a review copy (ARC) given to me by the publisher or author or a copy I've purchased on my own.


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