The Spark

The Spark Summary

Mark Beckett is the most annoying, patronizing, arrogant jerk on the face of the earth. So, naturally, I can’t get the damn man out of my head.

Like the old saying goes, I’m a jill of all trades but a master of none. What I lack in skill, however, I make up for in enthusiasm—something certain people (ahem) find irritating. But I have my reasons for living my life the way I do, for diving into one project after another and trying to make a difference. And if Mark Beckett doesn’t like it, he knows where to find the door. I don’t need his approval … or his panty-melting kisses.

I enjoy the simple things in life: a job well done, a cold beer, a hot woman … you get the idea. But there’s nothing simple about the mess I just found myself in. The last thing I need is a pint-sized princess sticking her nose in my business and pushing every damn one of my buttons like it’s her job. But Fiona Pierce may be the only one with the tools to solve my problems—and the power to change everything.

**Winner of the 2017 National Indie Excellence Award for Romantic Comedy
**Winner of the 2017 Readers’ Favorite Silver Medal for Romantic Comedy

If you like hot, hilarious romance with unforgettable characters and a big fat HEA, The Spark is for you!

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PLEASE NOTE: This product is a republication of the 2016 version of THE SPARK. It contains special content and bonus scenes for an enhanced reader experience.

**Warning: This book contains laugh-out-loud scenes, so we don't recommend reading it in the dentist's waiting room. It also contains hot sex and naughty language, so you may not want to buy it for your grandma--unless she's cool like that. Go, Grandma!

Book Reviews

Hope in Gulfport

Interesting!!5 star

Multiple plots and twists55

DG Whit

The Spark / Sylvie Stewart4 star

Very good read. Entertaining.45


Excellent read5 star

Love, laughs and tears, can you ask for anything else in a book? Great characters (although the male and female leads were written very similarly) and page-turning writing. I laughed out loud and even cried at one point toward the end. I don’t review books often but this book was worth it. Read it.55

Crazy not lazy

The Spark5 star

This book was too funny. Laugh out loud-funny, that makes your husband turn around and contemplate sending you to the looney hospital for a long rest. Good characters, but left you hanging at the end. You don’t know if the main characters get married or not!55

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