Friday, May 6, 2011

100 Points For Miss Kitty by Laci Leigh

100 Points For Miss Kitty (Summer Girls)

My rating:  4.75 of 5 stars

This short, cleverly written romantic romp is sure to amuse and bewitch even the most jaded reader. Katrina is cautious about the possibility of embarking upon a new romance because of a particularly distressing experience that broke her heart several years earlier. In order to prevent that from ever happening to her again, she has devised an elaborate point system which she uses, more or less successfully. Todd, her sexy new neighbor, revs her engines and makes her chassis purr, as he seems to rack up the Kitty points effortlessly.

I loved the witty banter between Todd and Katrina. Their conversations flowed easily, and I wholly enjoyed their shared comaraderie. I thought this story was delightfully different; written from a fresh, comical, and quite tasteful perspective. It is a buoyant little tale that is guaranteed to bring a smile.
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1 comment:

Erin O'Riordan said...

Snappy dialogue in a romance is a great thing. Sounds like a good one.