Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Review: His Fantasy Maid

Title:  His Fantasy Maid
Author:  Susan Blexrud
Genre:  Romance
Publisher:  Crimson Romance
Release Date:  May 20, 2013
File Size/Pages:  240 KB/94 pgs
Source:  CLP Blog Tour

My Rating:  4/5

Summary:  On the eve of Jake Sinclair’s bachelor party, his best man surprises him with a fantasy maid named Amy. Clad in a bikini, she cleans his house and jump starts his heart. She's beautiful, smart, and compassionate. Why is a woman like this working as a fantasy maid? A few days later, his thoughts still distracted by the enigmatic Amy, Jake crashes his car and wakes in the hospital emergency room where his fantasy maid is now wearing scrubs and wielding a stethoscope. Is she a hallucination, or is his fantasy maid a doctor?

Review:  The novel begins with the main character, Amy, looking for the location of Jake's house. Unbeknownst to him, his best friend/soon to be brother-in-law, has hired Amy to be Jake's fantasy maid. Although he originally objects, Jake allows Amy to tidy his bedroom and iron his shirts. Amy and Jake find each other highly attractive, and they share a kiss. Later on in the story, Jake gets into a wreck, and to his surprise, Amy is by his side. Except she's his Doctor. I ended up enjoying this story a lot more than I thought I would. Towards the beginning of the novel, it seemed as if I was given way too much backstory, but it came together nicely and ended up being a good read!


Author Bio
Susan Blexrud grew up in Orlando, Florida, and now lives in Asheville, North Carolina, with her husband of 27 years, John, who proposed to her on New Year’s Eve 1985 on the Venice-Simplon Orient Express, halfway between Paris and Vienna.  Their son Chris lives and works in Manhattan, and daughter Allison is a college junior. Susan has a Chihuahua named Baby and a cockatiel named Romeo. She is an avid reader, and she leads two monthly book clubs in Asheville.  She is a walker and Yoga enthusiast. She enjoys quilting and bird watching (loves hummingbirds), and most of all, writing her next story.   

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2 comments:

Samantha March said...

thanks for sharing your review!

Susan Blexrud said...

Many thanks for the lovely review!