Sick of enduring the constant fix-up attempts of her mother
and other well-meaning people, Debra Daniels is desperate
for a solution.
When she stumbles across a novelty gift entitled “Fiancé
at Your Fingertips” that’s guaranteed to fool family and
friends into thinking you have a steady boyfriend, she
thinks it’ll be a great joke.
Unfortunately, the only kit the store has is “Lawyer
her dislike of lawyers, Debra buys the kit and puts the plan
Everyone seems to be fooled and she’s having a great time.
Until Lawyer Logan actually shows up…
Fiancé at Her Fingertips
was an incredibly frustrating book because it had so much
idea of the relationship kit was really cute.
Despite Debra’s (and Kathleen Bacus’) overuse of
alliteration, I liked her—at least at first.
Her job as a crime victims’ advocate was admirable,
and she was funny.
Her shock and horror at the appearance of a real
Logan Alexander was amusing for a while.
As for Logan, he was sweet, kind, funny, generous,
and all in all a wonderful guy.
I wanted to smack Debra when she continued to treat
Logan horribly for most of the story.
Then, just when I thought there was a perfect place
to end the story, it took an unpleasant twist.
The happy ending rang false for me because of it.
Fiancé at Her
Fingertips had a lot of good points.
The idea was good, I loved the hero, and the
supporting characters were hilarious.
I am hoping Ms. Bacus’s next book in what promises to
be a series will capitalize on all those positives.