Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Review: The Rebound Guy

The Rebound Guy
By:  Fiona Harper

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Rating: 3.5/5 Cogs


New York, new guy, new Kelly! After Kelly Bradford's past few years, all she wants is a steady life. She certainly doesn't need the hassle of men or dating after everything she's been through. So she absolutely, categorically should not be fantasizing about Jason Knight, her boss and a man whose very smile screams trouble!

But a business trip to New York pushes her resolutions to the max—the adrenaline of the Big Apple has nothing on the excitement Kelly feels around Jason! Maybe a rebound fling is just what she needs to make her feel alive again….


This is a cute and fluffy read for anyone that enjoys contemporary romance.  I found Kelly to be a refreshing character - a strong female lead.  I have to admit that after the very first part of the book, where Kelly stapled her bosses tie to the desk in order to keep him still and prevent further sexual harassment, I expected Kelly to be a little lighter of a character.  Although the book does have it's funny moments, the comedy isn't in the forefront.  Instead, it's the strength of this woman who's been fighting for years for her independence and health.

Jason is a quirky character that is more prone to giving up, but finds more strength from Kelly.  They make a fantastic couple, even with all their differences.  I did have a little bit of a problem at first connecting with the characters, but around halfway I was able to finally connect and enjoy the story.

This is a cute story to read if you're looking for a quick HEA. 

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