Love On A Wire by Jo Barrett

The Wild Rose Press Ė Sweetheart Rose


Reviewed by Tanya



Casey canít seem to catch a break.  Everyone seems interested in telling her what her ex-husband is up to these days.  No one seems to take her hints that he is her ex and she isnít interested.  One thing that still makes her smile is the emails from her aunt though.

Through her auntís emails (and subtle matchmaking) she is now corresponding with a colleague of her uncle.  Daniel is kind of geeky but super sweet.  Now she finds she canít wait until she gets home to see if he has written.

Just when it looks like she might have really found her love match she is stunned to find out he is engaged.  She canít believe it, and cuts all ties with him, and sets out to mend her broken heart.

But is the engagement just one huge misunderstanding?  Will Casey forgive Daniel, or move on to another.

Having met my husband in an online chat room more than a decade ago I have a special spot in my heart for romances that start online and Ms. Barrett does a fine job with Love on a Wire fitting into that special place.  I enjoyed the interaction between Casey and Daniel and how they come to rely on the emails as part of their day.  I enjoyed this fast paced story and think you will also.


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