The Spark- Review 


Bio: 

When your back is against the wall, can you change the person life’s experiences have molded you to be? 

Fiona Pierce is many things to many people. Dutiful daughter to her loving parents, fiercely loyal friend to her very tolerant bestie, half-assed employee to her laundry list of bosses, and dedicated fashion goddess and spreader of good cheer to the world at large. But Fiona is hiding something behind her irresistible smile – something she’s determined to keep to herself. 
Mark Beckett doesn’t do complicated. Saddled with lingering baggage from his childhood, Mark sails through life one girl at a time – with frequent gym breaks in between. He likes his life just how it is and doesn’t see any need to change his work-hard/play-hard attitude. 
When an unexpected blast from the past threatens to turn his family’s life upside down, Mark finds help in the unlikeliest of places – specifically the pint-sized princess who has a knack for pushing his buttons. 
Can you overcome your fears and embrace the happiness you might just deserve? And, perhaps more importantly, can you really fall in love with someone who is so damn insufferable? 
Review: 

First of all, let me just say this story made me laugh so hard I thought I was gonna pee my pants a few times. Fiona is probably the most likeable and amazing female book lead over ever read. In real life, she and I would be best friends. 

Fiona is a sarcastic, witty, take no shit kinda gal. She comes from money, but still has a great I want to help everyone and everything attitude. 

This isn’t your typical player guy meets the girl who finally makes him settle down kinda romance, in fact it was so much more. 

The banter between Fiona and Mark was what made this book. I was unable to put it down until the very end. 

Warning: this may be a quick read but you will still get ALL the feels. It will make you laugh and possibly even cry. 

*I received this book free in exchange for an honest review. 

Rating: 🌠🌠🌠🌠🌠 Five Stars 

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