Quickie: Love a Little Sideways by Shannon Stacey

Posted December 23, 2013 by redreviewsit in Contemporary Reviews, Contemporary Romance, Harlequin, Reviews, Romance / 0 Comments

Quickie: Love a Little Sideways by Shannon StaceyLove a Little Sideways by Shannon Stacey
Series: Kowalski Family #7
on November 26th, 2013
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Liz Kowalski is heading home to Whitford, Maine—this time for good. Eager for her family, a fresh start and some fun, she doesn't count on being rescued by the chief of police her very first night back in town. Drew is everything she's not looking for…so why is she still so attracted to him?

After a brief, forbidden rendezvous at her brother's wedding, Drew Miller expects Liz to return to New Mexico and stay there. He's searching for someone to settle down with, not a casual fling with his best friend's sister. But when they're stuck together on the annual Kowalski camping trip, things start going a little sideways. Keeping their hands off each other proves just as impossible as keeping their secret from becoming public knowledge.

Amid family, mud and melted marshmallow, Liz and Drew try to fight what's growing between them. But a little time alone, a lot of chemistry and too many opinions might be just what it takes to bring together two people so determined not to fall in love.

I’ve read most of the Kowalski Family books and I enjoyed this book just as much. I love the whole best friend’s little sister is off limits storyline. I don’t know why but I really like them.

Drew is the town police chief and after one night of some smokin’ hot sex with his best friend’s little sister at said best friend’s wedding, he never thinks he would see Liz moving back home to Maine from Arizona. I loved how Drew was all about voicing that he wanted a wife and kids. That always makes a girl’s heart melt. And hello! He’s a cop! Can anyone say man in uniform?!?!

I have to say that I wasn’t the biggest fan of Liz. I know she is trying for a new start since she spent all of her relationship with her ex-douchebag, but at the same time, don’t be an idiot. Clearly she liked Drew and I wish she talked with him about what she was feeling instead of just ignoring it or making assumptions. After I looked past that, I could get on with the story.

It was a very nice, smooth read that took me no time to breeze through. A feel good romance that could happen to anyone. I highly recommend this series for anyone wanting to get away in a good romance book!

Posted December 23, 2013 by redreviewsit in Contemporary Reviews, Contemporary Romance, Harlequin, Reviews, Romance / 0 Comments

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