Saturday, March 29, 2014

Holding Out for Skye

Title: Holding Out for Skye
Author: S.R. McKade
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Release Date: Feb 6 2013
Edition: eBook

Things are finally starting to look up for Skye Fletcher. She’s got a new job with a great salary, she’s finally out of the rat-trap she used to live in and into a decent apartment. She couldn’t be happier. Except for the thorn in her side, a.k.a. Cian Hunter, her arrogant and too good-looking co-worker whom she has the misfortune of being stuck with.
In spite of himself, Cian Hunter fell hard for the surly, unfriendly woman who made no secret of her dislike for him. He knows he and Skye are meant to be. Convincing her of that fact seems like an impossible feat. However, he’s utterly confident he’s up to the task. His future and his happiness depend on it, after all.
When Skye’s one impulsive, uncharacteristic little act changes the status-quo between them, her life gets entangled with Cian’s way more than she’s comfortable with.
That’s when her life really turns upside down…

MY 4.5 Star Review
In this funny and sweet romance we meet Skye and Cian. Orphaned as a young child Skye has grown up in foster care, after graduation she made a life for herself, landed a great job and has a few close friends. Life is great until she get to work and finds that the biggest pain she has ever met is in her group. Can he convince her that he is a good guy and he thinks they were meant to be? 
You will have to read this funny story yourself to find out! 
I really enjoyed this story, I hope Ms. McKade uses some of the other characters to give us a spin off, I would definitely love to read more about this crew!
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S.R. McKade has always made up stories in her mind ever since she was a child. She has her own world, where her characters live and breathe. She loves reading and will try practically any genre in either fiction or non-fiction, though she has a soft spot for funny romances and paranormal. Addicted to chocolate, she needs a constant fix to feel human. She firmly believes that being able to spin a story, the effort and love that goes into it, is a miracle in itself.

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