Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Pat's Review: Tinsel

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Tinsel by Devney Perry
Publisher: Devney Perry (February 19, 2019)
Series: Lark Cove, 4
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Dual 1st POV

Sofia Kendrick has always cherished her tiara. As the youngest daughter of a wealthy New York family, she’s lived the life of an American princess. But after two scandalous divorces and a breakup smear her name across the society rags, the shine from her crown has dulled. People call her superficial, even gaudy.

She’s nothing more than tinsel.

Desperate for escape and starving for peace, Sofia heads to Montana for a holiday weekend with her brother. But she doesn’t get the relaxing vacation she planned. Instead, she’s put to work in a bar alongside Dakota Magee—a man who does not want her help. A man who is set on teaching her a few lessons about real life and hard work. But Sofia has a couple of life lessons of her own to teach. Like how to fall in love.

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Pat's Review:

This the fourth book in the Lark Cove Series and each one of them is a pleasure to read. Ms. Perry combines romance, family, and real life stories to make her books impossible to put down.

Sofia Kendrick, Logan’s youngest sister, is a princess. Sofia was born of privilege, but felt like she went essentially unnoticed by her family....until she got in trouble.She has been married and divorced twice, never had a real job, and is devastated by a smear article in a magazine she thought was going to love her. She couldn’t stay in NYC, so she heads to Logan and Thea’s place in Montana to escape the tabloids and humiliation.

Dakota Magee is a Native American bartender at Thea’s bar. Thea has surprised them all by taking Logan to Paris on an unplanned holiday, and left Sophia to help Dakota. Help he doesn’t want or need. After a very rough start, he has taught her how to make drinks, cook, and realize she has a purpose. He also realizes he is extremely attracted to her, and she feels the same. The reality of the situation is such that Dakota’s family will never accept her. Raised on a reservation, they have never forgiven his leaving. He has issues with the fact that she has lots of money, and doesn’t see how they can fit. Sophia totally disagrees, but it’s a hard road to compromise. But the HEA is worth the fight.

I read this story in a day. It is hot, funny at times, and faces real issues of our time. I highly recommend this very engaging book.


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Source: eARC

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Thanks for the review, Pat! 


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