LONG SLOW BURN
LONG SLOW BURN (3) by Isabel Sharpe: Kim can’t decide what’s worse: her business’s prospects or her dating life. She turns to her friend’s online dating website to get her love life back on track. Her roommate, Nathan, is kind of cute, but his behavior leaves something to be desired. Then he makes a play for Kim’s affections. A subplot involving secondary characters takes some of the focus away from Kim and Nathan’s budding romance and causes the book to move slowly. This is a mediocre follow-up to Sharpe’s previous release, the phenomenal Turn Up the Heat.