Book review - That Kind of Girl by Kate Perry


Find your heart in San Francisco with Kate Perry's bestselling contemporary series, Fillmore & Greenwich…  
With grease under her fingernails, wild hair and unfortunate overalls, mechanic George Connolly is hardly your quintessential San Francisco girl. Loss and tragedy have distanced her from sensuality and femininity. 
Enter Remy Savage, a sexy mysterious artist with a tragic past looking for love in all the wrong places. When he's commissioned to paint a mural on George's garage, he decides he's found his tango partner—for life. But can her get her to let go of her past and strap on a pair of tango shoes? 


I have been enjoyed reading about George in the first book in this series and was happy to get to know her more in this book.  Who knew that uber Tomboy George was a closet ballet dancer?!  Remy's tragic story instantly drew me in and I wanted to see him find happiness.  Kate Perry's quirky style gives this love story a little extra magic to make it a great fun read.

MATURITY RATING - 18+ a little steamy


These are a few of Kate's favorite things...

- The giggle of balloons as they rub together.
- Resting her head on her sister's shoulder.
- The sparkle of the sun setting on the Seine.
- Accordions, fiddles, the banging of drums!
- Spinning her sword in figure eights.
- The sultry confidence wearing her tango shoes.
- The splatter of bright paint on a canvas.
- The crisp joy of a mouthful of champagne.
- And, most of all, LOVE, because nothing's more important.

Kate writes about all these magical things and Happily Ever After. Her acclaimed Laurel Heights and Summerhill books are international bestsellers, as are her Fillmore & Greenwich and Summerhill series. She's been translated into several languages. All her books feature sassy, independent women who just want love and earthy men full of heart who are more than able to rise to the occasion.


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