Saturday, June 15, 2013

Flirting with Disaster by Ruthie Knox

All right, yesterday I finished the latest book by Ruthie Knox which is Flirting with Disaster. This is the third installment of Camelot series. So, we make our trip back to Camelot, Ohio where we will catch up with Katie Clark and Sean Owens. Yep, we better check in with these two.

Poor Katie. She's definitely been through the ringer. Dealing with her self-doubts of being a desirable woman (all cause of her loser ex-husband). However, she has an opportunity to get ahead in her brother security company, but she needs to prove herself. In order to prove herself she needs to tag along with Sean Owens. Who doesn't say much her. Actually he doesn't talk to her. You're wondering how this is going to work? You would never guess that Sean is actually this self-confindent guy. However, when he gets around Katie all that goes out the window.

Goodness, I think Flirting with Disaster is the best in the series. I had a good laugh and it even got me choked up at times. I absolutely adore Katie and Sean. I think Sean is one of my favorite heroes. I love the stuttering hacker, because he's just adorable and lovable. Seriously, perfect with his flaws and all. Katie can be clueless at times, especially when she's around Judah. I was a little worry about Katie and Judah's relationship, but there was no need to worry. Let's be honest, I was clueless with Katie on that account.

Honestly, Ruthie knows how to write a witty charming story. Not only that, she's the queen of writing awkward situations and making them work. Absolutely, love this story. So, if you are looking for a fun story with a stutter hacker and a girl who can't stop talking at times, you will love Flirting with Disaster. Seriously, this is a disaster you don't want to miss. Really I couldn't put it down once I got started.

Copy provided by Random House via NetGalley


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1 comment:

  1. Great review, I'm so glad to hear you loved this one, too! Kame and I did, and, like I said on Twitter, Making it Last is also a great one. Really, when it comes to books by Ruthie, it's hard to find a "bad" one! :)