11/1/15

Review Flirting with Fate by Jerrie Alexander

Flirting with Fate
Jerrie Alexander

Elli's will stop at nothing to catch the low balling con artist that stole her grandmothers life savings. She will do what she needs to do to see justice is served.

Elli finds herself at a ski resort in Colorado, Castle Alain. Here is can keep tabs on the crook. What Elli does not know is Dect Logan Ford is also here to help her. Logan was requested by Elli's brother to watch out for her and make sure she stays out of harms way. Ellie didn't expect to see Logan nor did she expect Logan to fall head over heels for her. With this game of cat and mouse Ellie and Logan will need to keep their head in the game and catch their crook. While the fire burns between these to they must remember why they are there and what job they need to do, before, the thief gets to them.

This was a quick read that was full action. The characters are down to earth and writing well. Its one you will not want to put down till you reach the last sentence.

4 stars
Wende

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