Friday, August 8, 2014

Review - 'Perfect Pair' by Marilyn Conner Miles



Amber loses her paralegal job and fancy Seattle apartment in one big whoosh. Her parents store her furniture but she wants to get back on her feet ASAP. She takes a job in northern Washington to house-sit a few pets but she didn’t plan on barnyard animals who needed special food and medication. She learns a lot from a sexy Ferrier named Mick that all the women in the area go gaga over. Amber treats him like a normal guy and Mick is relieved by her genuine niceness. He uses the animals as a rouse to get close to her and romance blossoms. Amber then listens to idle gossip by a few jealous women who want Mick and that misunderstanding then threatens to tear apart their new relationship.

This is book 3 in the series. Brenda, the heroine from the previous book, is Amber’s future sister-in-law. Although they didn’t get along before, they do now and their friendship was fun to read about.

The pacing of the story flowed and I enjoyed the author’s writing style.

The author sent me an ARC for an honest review.

4 STARS