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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

BOOK REVIEW- STALKING EARTH

Stalking Earth: Princes of the Potomac Series #1 by [Vane, Bonnie]
Meet the Princes of the Potomac — the sexy heirs to world-famous Tannahill Guitars 

Blaine Tannahill, the "heart" of the family, is a party animal who thought he had everything ... until the love of his life got engaged to his best friend. But who needs love when you have moolah and can hang out with famous rock stars? He definitely doesn't need beautiful librarian Maxie Cottrill to literally crash into his life — especially when her "Larry Lawsuit" father targets Blaine. Forced to work with Maxie, Blaine soon learns his anti-love resolve might not be the only thing in danger of failing. 

Maxie Cottrill, still reeling from her ex-boyfriend Sidney's betrayal, can't afford to lose her car in an accident. Or to break her ankle and possibly lose her job. She's incensed the man who caused her troubles, Blaine Tannahill, will be her court-ordered temporary assistant. As if that wasn't enough, her father is trying to use her as a tool in his scheme to soak the wealthy Tannahills. Plus, Sidney may not be as much of an "ex" as she first thought. 

But things aren't always as they seem. And sometimes, love is like a song you have to learn how to sing. AMAZON 4 STARS

I liked both Maxie and Blaine and this was a quick easy read. The way that the main characters met was sudden and dramatic.  While I enjoyed this story, I can't say that it came with a lot of surprises, just two really nice people dating the wrong kind of people.  Well, Blaine's nickname was the Tannahill Terror,( the  party animal), but still underneath all of that, he did have some redeeming qualities.  Something that Maxie helped bring forward.  Maxie was someone who was a nice girl, who did what was expected but there was at least a time or two in the book where a slightly "wilder" Maxie showed up.  
 Maxie's father, "Larry Lawsuit", did bring an interesting, different angle to the story.  

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. 

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