GIRLS' GUIDE TO FLIRTING WITH DANGER
GIRLS’ GUIDE TO FLIRTING WITH DANGER (4) by Kimberly Lang: An optimistic marriage counselor and a cynical divorce attorney wouldn’t have much in common under the best of circumstances. So it isn’t surprising that psychologist Megan Lowe and radio lawyer Devin Kenney divorced seven years earlier. When Devin’s new book puts Megan in an unwanted spotlight, her attempts to confront the situation and salvage her career backfire. Passion rekindles between them, but so do the same problems that broke them up the first time. Intelligent but flawed characters, good momentum (once Megan and Devin meet face to face) and a plot that unfolds realistically make this one a winner. Some readers may need a dictionary close by to keep up with the author’s vocabulary.