Saturday, July 28, 2012

My review of Priceless, by M.A. Church

PricelessPriceless by M.A. Church
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas...

In her new release, Priceless, M A. Church uses her gift of descriptive prose to pull us down into the room, face to face with her characters. We become spectators at a battle of wits and willpower, and a mischievous—if somewhat jaded—Cupid is the referee.

Garrett Shiffler and Randy Jones are two magnets facing the wrong way. There is an intense attraction, but the connection by Randy's pride and Garrett's expectation of getting what he wants—exactly when he wants it. The failure of either man to admit their feelings creates a bash-their-heads-together stalemate, until one of those stubborn magnets finally gets the hint and flips.

Priceless is a classic story of boy-meets-boy. What sets it apart is Church's quick, wry sense of humor and her ability to create perfect, yet frustratingly imperfect characters that we truly care about.

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