Monday, February 22, 2016

Boom by Stacy Gail [Review]

 Boom by Stacy Gail
Boom (The Kingfishers #1) by Stacy Gail
Format: ebook
Source: purchased
Date read: January 5, 2016

The Kingfishers
1. BoomKindle

Stacy Gail
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Welcome to Mia’s travel nightmare.

Distraught that her long-distance engagement might be on the rocks, Mia Flowers needs a polar vortex diverting her flight to Montana like she needs a hole in the head. She’s determined to get face-to-face with her philandering fiancĂ©e, but her too-sexy host, Quinn Kingfisher, soon has her rethinking not just her final destination, but everything else in her life. All it takes is one stripping-her-naked glance from him, and suddenly her world goes boom.

Quinn’s got a hell of a lot on his plate. He’s opening Whiteout Mountain Ski Resort in a couple of weeks, and if it’s not a success he’ll be wiped out. Added to that, his family and girlfriend abandoned him when he left the dynastic Kingfisher casino life to build his dream. He’s learned the hard way that he can’t rely on anyone but himself, so he’s not exactly in the mood to play host to a stranded traveler.

But the tall redhead that fell out of the sky and into his lap has Quinn re-evaluating his priorities. Suddenly his biggest problem is how he’s going to keep Mia from flying away from Whiteout Mountain forever.
Thoughts on Boom: Hellllo, Quinn. There's something about a sexy man who has NO PROBLEM with casual, affectionate touching that works SO FREAKING WELL for me. So, HELLLLO, QUINN! I wouldn't mind seeing more of you!

(And, boy, do I want to know about his bother and cousins. Those guys have stories to tell. LOTS OF STORIES!)

*ahem* Now that the capslocking is out of the way, I want to talk about Quinn and Mia. I like Quinn and his drive. I like his dedication. I like how, despite not being a morning person, he made an effort to get up early just to spend time with her. Also, bacon. I think the bacon might have added to her allure.

And Mia had some serious issues about relationships. While part of me wanted her to gleefully drop her fiance so she could get horizontal with Quinn, I also admired her loyalty. Given her past, her actions make sense. Once she gives her loyalty, she gives her all.

I loved Quinn and Mia. I loved Quinn's family. I loved SO MUCH about this book. *big thumbs up* all around.

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