Miss Firecracker by Lorelei James

Wild West Boys, Book 2

Samhain Publishing

Contemporary

ISBN: 978-1-60504-594-8

Reviewed by Tanya

   

 

Willow Gregory has never had anything come easy to her, so why should she expect the night where she finally turns over the dreaded “Miss Firecracker” crown to be any different.  She had only entered the contest on a dare anyways, she really isn’t the crown and tiara type, give her a carpenters tool belt any day.

She defiantly didn’t expect the morning to turn out with her waking up th a strangers bed with no memory after arriving at the bar the night before.  Now apparently she has not only spent the night with the hunkiest man she has seen in a long time, but has managed to trash a local bar.  Rather than go to jail she agrees to Blake West’s price of working off the price of the repairs.  Especially when she thinks there might just be some fringe benefits.

Will Blake’s secret ruin all the two build while spending time together? Or will he realize what he might finally have in his sights, and come clean?

I have to say I love the exploits of the West boys almost as much as I love their cousins the McKay’s.  I continue to find Ms. James writing refreshing and just plain a joy to read and Miss Firecracker is no exception.  I loved how the premise of this story is the aftermath of Willow “letting loose” after a year of being a “good girl”.  As usual expect a few twists and turns as the characters develop, which will lead to a fast paced and fun story.  I look forward to reading about the next West brother.

     

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