ISBN-10: 026384210X
Publisher: Harlequin Mills & Boon
Published: 2005
187 pgs

Tara Devlin likes men to be tall, dark and good looking, but most of all she likes them fictional. For you see, she is a writer and moreover she does not think men with the above qualities would happen in reality anyway. Until her sexy neighbour moves right next to her.

Jack Lewis' Jeep has broken down and he is in need of a mechanic. Having just moved into his house and without any telephone connection, he thought his neighbour would be able to help with his difficulties but he was dead wrong. Not only did his neighbour proves to be not trusting, but she even accuses him of imposing as her hero as it happens that he and her fictional hero shared the same name!

Tara thought it was a joke initially, but it proves not when she realizes Jack and hre fictional Jack have too many similiar concidences. But what infuriates her further is his flirtatious attitude and his charm that seems to affecting on most women, including herself even though she does not want to admit it. Although she finds his annoying, she could not help notice him and how he manages to evoke the emotions she feels about him the more they are seeing and understanding each other. She could not imagine and believing herself about liking him until it happens. And then she would realize that the Jack in reality is nothing like her fictional Jack after all.

Her Real-Life Hero is a fun read. It is a heartwarming love story about two different people falling in love. Although there is nothing complicated about the plots, what I liked most about this story is the characters and the dialogues that had me smiling and chuckling. This book is a good read if you want something light and entertaining.
6 Responses
  1. Fictional men tend to be much safer too. ;-) This sounds like a good romance story, Melody! Thanks for the review.

  2. Darlene Says:

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  3. Alice Says:

    I've never read anything Mills & Boon before, but this sounds good. Thanks for the review, Melody!

  4. Melody Says:

    Wendy - I think so too, LOL.

    Dar - Thank you so much! I really appreciate it. :)

    Alice - You should try them one day! Though their books are considered short and a light read, but their stories are tender and romantic. ;)

  5. The Bookworm Says:

    this does sound like a sweet romance, great review :)

  6. Melody Says:

    Naida - Thank you! :)

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