Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Book Review: Love to Win by Lisa Ricard Claro









Love to Win is the third in the Fireflies series,  which tells the story of barista Brenna Kinkaid and Restaurateur Dante Caravicci.

The Blurb

She hates to lose…

Competitive barista Brenna Kinkaid loves a challenge, and she’ll do whatever it takes to win, especially when it comes to her nemesis, Dante Caravicci. But when forced to team up to save their best friends’ wedding, Brenna recognizes that Dante might just be her ultimate win.
He plays to win…

Restaurateur Dante Caravicci won’t quit anything until he can claim success. He’s bided his time, but he’s used to taking big risks and surviving, so he figures he’s got nothing to lose by playing for Brenna.

Hearts at risk…
These two fall fast, and it looks like a win-win—until a competition pits them head-to-head and one of them goes way too far. A nudge from an improbable source may be the only way these two competitors will ever admit that the only way to win is to lose their hearts.

My Review
The story starts with a bang, dropping the reader in the middle of a small town truth or dare fundraising competition, in which the heroine, Brenna, is dared to kiss the first guy who walks in. Enter, Dante - all sexy and willing to do his part. Brenna suffers through the kiss (not!), which we and all the onlookers enjoy very much.

The kiss opens the doors to a romance that neither ever expected. I found Brenna and Dante perfectly matched. This is a smooth enjoyable read with more good dialogue, humour works, and more than enough spicy scenes to make up for the closed-door sex.

The author's writing is fluid, which makes the story that much more enjoyable. It was the perfect end to a wonderful series.

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