Review: Swept Off Her Stilettos by Fiona Harper

imageTitle: Swept Off Her Stilettos
Author: Fiona Harper
Format Read: 
e-ARC provided by NetGalley courtesy of the publisher
Series: The Fun Factor #10
Publisher: Harlequin
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release date: September 6th 2011
Formats Available:  paperback, kindle, ebook
Number of pages: 192



Book Blurb:

“A little finger isn’t properly dressed without a man wrapped round it…”

Clothing connoisseur Coreen Fraser’s film-star style never leaves her wanting for male attention. But sourcing costumes for a 1930s murder-mystery weekend stops being fun when she discovers she has to wear a tweed suit and sensible shoes

Meanwhile, Coreen’s best friend, Adam Conrad, has his own plans for the weekend. One moonlit kiss later, Coreen sees the truth: Adam’s the only man who knows the girl beneath the skyscraper heels and scarlet lipstick. Is she brave enough to invite him to kiss that lipstick off anytime he likes?

My Thoughts:

This is the second book I read from this series and I don’t know about the others but this two have the same plot. Boy and girl are friends for a long time and discover that fight the feeling for the sake of the said friendship is not good enough.
This girl was something really special, since Coreen owns a clotting store based on the 30s and she dresses like that since her teenage years. I discovered during the read that her mother was a singer so I kinda understand her aptitude for dressing up.
Adam was a bit slow since the start but once he actually saw he could lose Coreen to some rich guy with a very uptight life, lol, things changed very fast.
Loved some sentences and the end was to sweet. Really liked this original girl, Coreen was something out of a movie.

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Books in this Series:

Oh-So-Sensible Secretary Tipping the Waitress with Diamonds Winning a Groom in 10 Dates Deserted Island, Dreamy Ex! Mistletoe and the Lost Stiletto Molly Cooper's Dream Date How to Lasso a Cowboy Girl in a Vintage Dress (Harlequin Romance) Mr. Right There All Along Swept Off Her Stilettos