5 thoughts on “Flirting with Disaster (The Charleston Trilogy, #2)

  1. Good premise, lukewarm romance, bad follow-through. As much as any other hopeless romantic, I enjoy the typical romantic plot – couple’s obvious attraction, reluctance to get along, outside difficulties preventing easy relationship, pending happy ending. However, if I have too much confusion to trip me up, I can’t enjoy the rocky ride that builds up to the romance.

    It felt like I was going in so many circles that I felt dizzy from the same conversations about Maggie and Josh worrying about whethe

  2. I got a kick out of this cute story about a specialty-store owner with a snooty mother and a carpenter with a Vegas-broad mom. She’s not the snob her mother is, and he’s not the classless act his mom is, but these two from the opposite side of the tracks have trouble meeting in the middle when there’s a train comin’.

    This isn’t a Christian romance, but it’s also not the soft porn of mainstream romance. Language is limited to the mildest of the naughty words, and sex scenes are tame compared to o

  3. It is now Maggie’s turn to find someone who she really loves without worrying about what her mother thinks. Maggie has always done things to upset her mother and to rebel but this time was different. Maggie had chosen Warren because her mother liked him but Warren called off the wedding two weeks before she walked down the aisle and she was not upset. Josh worked for Maggie’s best friend’s husband in the rehabilitation of historic buildings. This time Maggie and Josh were thrown together by well

  4. Good premise, lukewarm romance, bad follow-through. As much as any other hopeless romantic, I enjoy the typical romantic plot – couple’s obvious attraction, reluctance to get along, outside difficulties preventing easy relationship, pending happy ending. However, if I have too much confusion to trip me up, I can’t enjoy the rocky ride that builds up to the romance.

    It felt like I was going in so many circles that I felt dizzy from the same conversations about Maggie and Josh worrying about whethe

  5. Honestly, I read the first book in the series because it was inspiration for the movie. I then picked this one up since it was next in the series. A cute romance story.
    Maggie is a gallery owner with recent heartbreak, a broken engagement. Her friends tell her she can either sit and mope or work on building a house for a single mother of 3. There are issues with the house, since Amanda was disowned by her father. A few people think she should be asking her father for money since her husband died

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