Catch of the Day
This catch of the day could be the dish of a lifetime! First Date à la Maggie Take one lovelorn diner owner (me) A generous helping of nosy local gossips A dollop of envy at married sister's perfect life A splash of divine intervention (my matchmaking priest) Combine ingredients with one adorable... show more
This catch of the day could be the dish of a lifetime! First Date à la Maggie Take one lovelorn diner owner (me) A generous helping of nosy local gossips A dollop of envy at married sister's perfect life A splash of divine intervention (my matchmaking priest) Combine ingredients with one adorable puppy, add a strong but silent lobsterman with a hidden heart of gold . . . and watch the sparks fly.
Publish date: October 1st 2007
Pages no: 377
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
3.5AudiobookExcellent narrationThe story had some great characters but I didn't get why the MC was such an idiot. She lacked common sense and just acted ridiculous in bits. I really liked the side characters, loved Malone he didn't play the drama game, didn't gossip or spend days talking about other...
Maggie has a knack for getting into embarrassing situations. One such situation? Having the entire town know that she's in love with the local priest, Father Tim. Second situation? Going to a big church dinner completely smashed and declaring her undying love to said priest. Now Father Tim is determ...
I originally started a different book first but I did not like it at all. (Just One of the Guys) So, I flounced that one and moved on to the next book on my TBR list for this author. I was so very close to flouncing this one as well, but I decided to carry on. Carry on, carry on. Car-ryyyyyy oooo-oo...
Feel like such a sap, but there were a few tears in the middle of this one. Loving her writing.
Sometimes, one book is enough for you to tell that an author is about to become your favorite. Catch of the Day may not be my favorite romance book around, and really, it isn't much of a romance book at all, but Kristan Higgins may be one of my favorite authors, merely because she chose to step out ...