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Flirting with Disaster: A Camelot Novel

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  • Posted October 14, 2014

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    Camelot series has another hit book I want to acquire the early

    Camelot series has another hit book

    I want to acquire the early books in the series.

    Men that are good at solving problems do not necessarily have the skills to solve the female problem of being a woman. Sean has other reasons behind the dent in his problem solving skills, one Katie Clark. She is back and his high school crush is in his face and he says not a word for fear of being remembered.

    For me the characters (Sean & Katie) grown or should I say make progress from beginning to the end. I believe as women we are expecting the men to grow more to accommodate our world, bit Katie made realizations of her own and took steps to make improvement in herself. 

    Knox writing captured me and keep me to the end. I found this one to be slight different from her other books that I have read. As I said above I would like to get more of this series and start over again.

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  • Posted September 9, 2014

    I really liked the earlier Camelot books (How to Misbehave and A

    I really liked the earlier Camelot books (How to Misbehave and Along Came Trouble) and I’m thrilled that this one was just as good.  Both Katie and Sean are interesting, with normal, detailed issues – both have low self-esteem, for different reasons.  Throw  in a little mystery over who is stalking Judah and it makes for a can’t put down read.

    Full review available at Romantic Reads and Such on wordpress.

    (Complimentary copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2013

    Not the Best of the Series

    I have read all the other books in this series and thought some others were better... I like Ms. Knox as an author but thought this one was stretched out too much... Katie had a gift for solving other peoples problems, maybe... I thought too much credit given... Sean was too smart to be so dumb in recognizing his problems and I didn't find the situation with the two gay guys either believable or all that interesting... Also I did not think she tied in the characters from previous books at all... Jamie who appeared quite often was never reintroduced as the famous heart throb singer he was... In this book he and Carly could have just been a couple of people next door...

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  • Posted June 18, 2013

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    Katie is convinced that Sean hates her because he never speaks t

    Katie is convinced that Sean hates her because he never speaks to her. Then they end up having to go out and work in the field together. They have to drive together, work together, and Sean won't talk to her. Katie is understandably irritated. Sean is so insecure about his issue, but when he finally starts talking to Katie her treatment of it is just what he needs. They compliment one another and make a perfect couple. This book has humor, suspense, and steam. I really liked the nerdy Sean, even though it takes him a while to stop being an idiot and just talk to Katie. This is part of a series, though this is the first I've read and it stood alone just fine. It did refer to events in other books, but just enough to make me curious.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2013

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    A cute and funny love story. Ruthie Knox has fast become one o

    A cute and funny love story.

    Ruthie Knox has fast become one of my auto-buy authors. I love everything she writes. Katie is probably my favorite Knox heroine. She wears her heart on her sleeve and is so compassionate and loving to everyone but herself. And while my favorite hero will always be City (with Caleb in close second), Sean is wonderful. I don't know that I have ever read a romance with a stuttering main before. I wish that less time had been spent on Judah and his story, but it is necessary to the growth of the main couple.

    I highly recommend Flirting with Disaster. And while it reads great as a stand-alone, I would start with the first in the series How to Misbehave. After finishing the Camelot series, be sure to go back and Ms. Knox's first few books - Ride with Me, About Last Night, and Room at the Inn.

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