This is the second book in the Fort Worth Wranglers series and continues straight on from Lyric and Lingerie. It could be read as a standalone but you would get more out of the story if you’ve read from the beginning. All of your favourite characters are back but this one features Lyric’s twin sister Harmony in her search for her own identity.
“Five Alarm Harm” is a secret rebel. She was the good girl who stayed at home and kept her Southern alcoholic mother happy while Lyric went off and forged her own path. Running the bakery that they co-own Harmony appears to be the perfect daughter. Dressed in tweed suits and pearls she has managed to fool all but a handful of close friends. Underneath the sweeter than sugar exterior Harmony listens to Death Metal, dresses in leather and has a number of large tattoos. She is never happier than when she is doing some daredevil activity.
When a TV station offers her the chance to have her own show Harmony realises that it might be time to come clean and be the “Bad Ass Baker”. Love interest Dalton has a few secrets of his own and soon there are sparks flying when he tries to change Harmony’s mind and make her realise how much they have come to mean to each other.
I enjoyed the story but at just 211 pages it is really quite a short novella. The plot felt a bit rushed and it leaves little room for the reprise of Cherry Cherry and Tre from the first book. That said it is a fun read and will have you laughing out loud in places. Just don’t expect too much football action in this one!
Supplied by the authors in exchange for an honest review.
UK Publication Date: Nov 8 2016. 211 Pages
Harmony and High Heels (The Fort Worth Wranglers Book 2)
Categories: 3 Stars Book Review
Prolific reader, enthusiastic theatre and movie-goer and ex-Olivier Awards judge who spent twenty years working in the music industry in London. Sharing my house with a gorgeous cockapoo called Harry who has taken over completely.
I love sharing my favourite books with friends - nearly always spoiler-free as I hate reading a synopsis of the whole book in other reviews.
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