Review: Fiery (Whispering Cove #11) by Nikki Duncan

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Book: Fiery (Whispering Cove #11)
Author: Nikki Duncan
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Date Published: May 27th, 2014
ASIN: B00IKET5UOAuthor Info: Website|Facebook|Twitter
***Review copy provided by the author in exchange for my honest review***
4 out of 5 Stars
The one way they don’t rub each other wrong is in each other’s arms.

Whispering Cove, Book 11

Carmen Smith’s artist’s eye saw inspiration wherever she glanced as soon as she set foot on the cobbled streets of Whispering Cove, and among the inspiration she’s found the slower pace she always hoped for.

But as warm as her new life is, she harbors a secret dream to find a man who sees her as an equal and who loves her for who she is, rather than out of charity. The man she’s been partnered with to re-design the town square gets her fired up—but not in a way she expected.

Ryan Alden gave up his military career to help his father with the family business. He’s accepted his place in Whispering Cove, but still feels like an outsider at times. When he meets the bombshell babe with a vintage flare who challenges him like no other, he glimpses the life he has always longed for—but not in a way he anticipated.

From the get-go, they clash like oil and watercolor. And a relationship that looked good on paper might not be the right composition at all…

Warning: This title contains an order-barking Gunny, a woman who won’t be told what to do, and a whole new meaning for “home is where the heart is.”
  Short but sweet! Fiery is Carmen and Ryan's story and it was a charming and romantic novella. When the elders of Whispering Cove throw these two together for a town project the sparks fly. I loved that there was passion between them from the very beginning, they get on each others nerves but also really enjoy being together. Both of them feel like they just don't quite fit in, for different reasons, and being together gives them a sense of belonging that they couldn't get anywhere else.
  My only problem with this book was that it was too short, which is the biggest problem I have with most novellas anyway, it just feels too rushed. I want to know all of the little details, so I just wanted more by the end.
  Whether you're already a fan of the series or just starting out you'll have no trouble picking up here, as it could work well as a standalone, and it is definitely worth a read. Check it out!
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