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October 31, 2010

Review: Burning Up by Susan Andersen

Mass Market Paperback, 374 pages
Published August 31st 2010 by Harlequin (first published 2010) 
Genre: Romance (Ages 18+)

She's So Good at Being Bad

Though it’s been years since the infamous Macy O’James stepped foot in Sugarville, Washington, everyone remembers what she supposedly did. The tiny town is still buzzing about her crime and lack of punishment.

Now back to lend her family a hand, Macy vows to hold her head high—especially at her high school reunion. But forget about the hottest man in Sugarville escorting her. Though she and fire chief Gabriel Donovan generate enough sparks to burn down the town, he’s a law-abiding, line-towing straight arrow. So not her type.

But, maybe—just maybe—he could change her mind about that.

Short Review:

I actually read Burning up a couple of weeks ago but have not had the chance to write my review.

This was my very first book by Susan Andersen and it definitely will not be my last.

I quickly fell in love with Gabriel and Macy. Macy reminds me a lot of myself. She doesn't care what people think about her and when she wants something she gets it. She loves to speak her mind and is not afraid to tell it like it is. Gabriel was such a sweet guy and hard working. He doesn't like to play any games and as much as he tried to deny his feelings for Macy, he knew that was a battle he was not going to win.

I laughed, got angry, smiled and wished I was Macy so many different times LOL. Great read and I cannot wait to pick up some past books by Susan Andersen.

Five Stars!

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