A new twist to the "normal" Debbie Macomber's book. In the end....well the twist happens, and it was like now why didn't I think of that. Loved the book, as with most of Debbie's books, but this one is one not to put down...
This is another great book by Macomber, I have yet to run across a bad one. This one takes place mid to early 90's based on the tone of the story adn references to the 90's. This was a funny story even when Kyle and Carrie were in "danger" she managed to make it light hearted. This was a quick read as well with enought of a plot to keep you entertained but not so much information that it is an overload. :)
Kansas City deejay is skyrocketing in the ratings and her quick with has won her the admiration of everyone at KUTE radio---except Kyle Harris as serious no frills broadcaster. When the tension mounts between them sparks fly and the station managers delivers an altamatum. Carrie and Kyle must make nice or get fired. Should they give peace a chance?
Morning deejay Carrie Jamison spouts the quirky brand of comedy Kansas City loves to wake up to. She's skyrocketing in the ratings, and her quick wit has won her the admiration of everyone at KUTE radio--except Kyle Harris. A serious, no-frills newscaster, Kyle diapproves of Carrie's antics, and isn't afraid to broadcast his feelings to her or anyone else. When the tension between them approaches a meltdown, the station manager delivers a shocking ultimatum: Carrie and Kyle must make nice or end up on the unemployment line.
With so much as stake, how hard could it be to give peace a chance? As they both open up to the possibility, they are startled to discover how simple it is. And, even more surprising, how quickly the warmth of friendship can flare into the splendors of love.