I try to finish a book and let it sit for at least a day before I post about it, but I’m 3/4 of the way through this book right now. I was one of the lucky ones that received it before the review date.
The more I read The Perfect Match by Susan May Warren, the better I like it. Hoping for a great ending.
It certainly has an unusual first meeting of the hero and heroine. Then their first conversation turns out to be more of an argument…in the hospital.
One thing I like is that she makes the pastor (who is the hero) a normal, everyday man. The heroine baffles me occasionally because I don’t have much in common with her, but she’s still an interesting character.
Here’s the official cover blurb:
Ellie Karlson is new to Deep Haven. As the town’s interim fire chief, she is determined to lead the local macho fire crew in spite of their misconceptions about her. But when someone begins setting deadly fires, Ellie faces the biggest challenge of her life. Especially when sparks fly with one of the volunteers on her crew: Pastor Dan Matthews. As Ellie battles to do her job and win the respect of her crew, she finds that there is one fire she can’t fight—the one Dan has set in her heart.
(This book is the repackaged edition published in 2004)
Susan May Warren’s personal website is here.
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