Charming Fiona Excerpt & Tour
Title: Charming Fiona
Author: Jessica Prince
Genre: Seductive Romantic Comedy
As I child, I believed in true love and fairytales. I convinced myself that there was one special man out there, made just for me. All I had to do was wait, and one day he would appear. Then I grew up and discovered the ugly truth.
Disney movies were full of crap.
Relationships took work. People made mistakes. And sometimes, you didn’t see what was standing right in front of you until it was too late.
Deacon Lockhart was my best friend. And then I lost him. But now I finally have a chance to make things right, and this time I refuse to screw it up. With every smoldering look and wicked word, he charms the hell out of me… and I’m pretty sure I’ll never get enough.
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Charming Fiona was exactly the book I wanted it be. Sweet, funny, sassy, angsty all rolled into one, Jessica Prince once again makes me fall in love with her characters. You could really fit this book into a number of different tropes. Friends to lovers, Second Chance, Unrequited Love just to mention a few. Fiona and Deacon, I loved that they were best friends and grew up together. This book does take us into the past at times and just being able to go through their history made my heart squeal and affirm my belief that these two really do belong together. Their road though isn't easy and it's paved with a whole lot of missteps and misunderstandings. Ones that made my heart feel like it was going to die while at the same time had me wanting to scream OH MY GOD, Figure it out before I have a heart attack. Deacon oh Deacon, Deacon, Deacon...... When he turns on the Alpha in this book. Well dayummmm I loved it. His persistence with Fiona was HOT !!!!! I'm talking call the fire department hot. Their chemistry and the sex in this is all sort of steamy goodness. Just picture some of your "office" and "pool" table fantasies that we all you have come true. But what I really loved about this book was their connection. They knew each other inside out. They pushed when they knew they needed to push and they were each other's support even when they weren't speaking to one another and that is what a good romance and love story is made of. Made my heart feel lightheaded and happy. Of course one of the things I absolutely love about Jessica's writing is how she manages to seriously write a whole slew of characters that I love. Every single one of them and of course we get the gang in this one in full force. From the maniac muskateers to the Nana Lockhart herself saying the most inappropriate thing at funnily enough what I think are the most appropriate times. Another fantastic read !!
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