Siri Mitchell consistently delivers entertaining and insightful historical romance, and “Flirtation Walk” is no exception. Do not judge this book by its title or its cover; “Flirtation Walk” refers to an actual pathway at West Point Military Academy, and the cover- while demure and sentimental-in no way reflects the story line or plot. Rather, I found this a fast-moving, entertaining, and purely enjoyable read. I loved the use of 1st person for the main character- it was refreshing and caused me to realize I rarely see books in 1st person anymore. The “con-girl gone good” and “good-guy trying to go bad” angle that forms the story-line was unique and well-developed. As always, Ms. Mitchell’s characters are believable and well-rounded. I enjoyed the incidental history about West Point Military Academy and I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves historical fiction.
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