Flirting with Disaster (Mass Market Paperbound)
Mira Books, 9780778312888, 392pp.
Publication Date: July 26, 2011
There's a fine line between desire and disaster. At least, that's what improper Southern belle Maggie Forsythe thinks when she' unceremoniously dumped by a fiance even her mother approved of. Maggie has never cared what anyone thinks, so why is she hiding away from her South Carolina Low Country home?
Then an intervention by friends shows her she has options. Lots of them And one includes a man who can make her forget all about being jilted.
But one look at Maggie convinces project foreman Josh Parker that he's corn bread to her caviar. Sure, they have enough sparks to ignite a bonfire, but growing up broke has made him wary of sweet-tea-swilling debutantes. So why is he suddenly singing "Tea for Two"?
Praise For Flirting with Disaster…
"Woods...is noted for appealing character-driven stories that are often infused with the flavor and fragrance of the South."
"A whimsical, sweet scenario...the digressions have their own charm, and Woods never fails to come back to the romantic point."
-Publishers Weekly on Sweet Tea at Sunrise
"What better way to welcome spring back into our lives than to be able to sit down with a book by a beloved author, a cool drink, and dreams of young love blooming?"
-Romance Review on Home in Carolina
"Woods' readers will eagerly anticipate her trademark small-town setting, loyal friendships, and honorable mentors as they meet new characters and reconnect with familiar ones in this heartwarming tale."
-Booklist on Home in Carolina
"Warm, complex, and satisfying."
-Library Journal on Harbor Lights
"Sparks fly in a lively tale that is overflowing with family conflict and warmth and the possibility of rekindled love."
-Library Journal on Flowers on Main
"Launching the Chesapeake Shores series, Woods creates an engrossing...family drama."-Publishers Weekly on The Inn at Eagle Point
"Woods is a master heartstring puller, and her endearingly flawed characters deal with their plethora of problems in a predictable but satisfying manner."
-Publishers Weekly on Seaview Inn