Muffin Top

Muffin Top

The only thing about me that?s a size zero is the filter on my mouth. I?ve got a big personality, a big rack, and a big number on the scale. And I?m perfectly fine with that. But when some random guy suggests I might not be eating alone if I?d ordered a salad instead of a hamburger I?m shocked silent, which is a feat, trust me. That brings us to one sexy fireman named Franki The only thing about me that?s a size zero is the filter on my mouth. I?ve got a big personality, a...

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Title:Muffin Top
Author:Avery Flynn
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:1640634584
Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:320 pages pages

Muffin Top Reviews

  • Vanessa ♛Queen Alchemy ϟ Novel Nerd Faction♛
    Oct 31, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

    Muffin Top was a very realistic romance for me - and I loved how humorous it was in dealing with things that can really hurt. ...

    Contrarily to what the blurb presage, the book is written at the third person, not the first, but I absolutely didn't care because I had too much fun reading it :) The hero is Frankie Hartigan. A hot ginger firefighter of thirty-three years old who's been forced to take a vacation b...

    After reading and enjoying the first book in Avery Flynn?s The Hartigans series, Butterface, I was eager to dive into the second book. There was a wee bit of tentatively regarding Muffin Top, but I?m glad I jumped in. After finishing it, I?m extremely eager to get my hands on boo...

    Frankie Hartigan is on a mandatory three week vacation from his job as the town?s sexy fireman. While he ponders his life and his inability to commit to a real loving and lasting relationship at the local cop bar, he comes to the rescue of one Lucy Kavanagh. Lucy is his brother?s f...

    Another excellent instalment in the Hartigan family saga. I of course love this one as the hero is ginger. :-) ...

    Glad I gave this author a second chance. I enjoyed this one much more than book one. ...

    This is just so sweet! ...

    I don?t know how much of my ambivalence regarding this book was my mood and lack of time for reading and how much was pacing of the book itself. Unfortunately this was just an okay read and the premise for the story didn?t quite live up to my expectations. I wanted a bit more faste...

    After devouring Butterface, the first book in Avery Flynn?s Hartigans Series, I was already impatient to get my hands on Muffin Top. I blame the preview at the end of Butterface... I mean, it's not often you see a hero saving a heroine from a stranger who obnoxiously comments on her ...

    Muffin Top is the first book I?ve read written by Avery Flynn. I did buy the Butterface audiobook as soon as I could but haven?t listened to it yet but I will, even sooner since I seriously fell for Ms. Flynn?s writing in Muffin Top. She takes these every day issues that women fa...

    I thoroughly enjoyed Muffin Top - Frankie and Lucy are both so much more than meets the eye. They both vulnerable and sensitive and insecure and the way that they help each other grow is really beautiful. Their connection happens sort of seamlessly and so naturally that it is a relief....

    2,5 ...

    30% DNF. Ugh the heroine is so fing annoying. I can't. ...

    04/08/2019: Read for the second time! This review MAY contain spoilers. Read at your own risk. This is my first time reading an adult contemporary romance. Shocking, I know. I will be completely honest, the only reason that I picked this book up is because it was about a plus siz...

  • Aly
    Nov 03, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

    Muffin Top was a very realistic romance for me - and I loved how humorous it was in dealing with things that can really hurt. ...

    Contrarily to what the blurb presage, the book is written at the third person, not the first, but I absolutely didn't care because I had too much fun reading it :) The hero is Frankie Hartigan. A hot ginger firefighter of thirty-three years old who's been forced to take a vacation b...

  • Lexxie (un)Conventional Bookworms
    Nov 11, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

    Muffin Top was a very realistic romance for me - and I loved how humorous it was in dealing with things that can really hurt. ...

  • Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
    Oct 29, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

  • Dinjolina
    Oct 03, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

  • Nadine
    Oct 31, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

  • Robyn
    Oct 15, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

    Muffin Top was a very realistic romance for me - and I loved how humorous it was in dealing with things that can really hurt. ...

    Contrarily to what the blurb presage, the book is written at the third person, not the first, but I absolutely didn't care because I had too much fun reading it :) The hero is Frankie Hartigan. A hot ginger firefighter of thirty-three years old who's been forced to take a vacation b...

    After reading and enjoying the first book in Avery Flynn?s The Hartigans series, Butterface, I was eager to dive into the second book. There was a wee bit of tentatively regarding Muffin Top, but I?m glad I jumped in. After finishing it, I?m extremely eager to get my hands on boo...

    Frankie Hartigan is on a mandatory three week vacation from his job as the town?s sexy fireman. While he ponders his life and his inability to commit to a real loving and lasting relationship at the local cop bar, he comes to the rescue of one Lucy Kavanagh. Lucy is his brother?s f...

  • Sofia Lazaridou
    Nov 05, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

  • Fizza
    Oct 29, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

    Muffin Top was a very realistic romance for me - and I loved how humorous it was in dealing with things that can really hurt. ...

    Contrarily to what the blurb presage, the book is written at the third person, not the first, but I absolutely didn't care because I had too much fun reading it :) The hero is Frankie Hartigan. A hot ginger firefighter of thirty-three years old who's been forced to take a vacation b...

    After reading and enjoying the first book in Avery Flynn?s The Hartigans series, Butterface, I was eager to dive into the second book. There was a wee bit of tentatively regarding Muffin Top, but I?m glad I jumped in. After finishing it, I?m extremely eager to get my hands on boo...

    Frankie Hartigan is on a mandatory three week vacation from his job as the town?s sexy fireman. While he ponders his life and his inability to commit to a real loving and lasting relationship at the local cop bar, he comes to the rescue of one Lucy Kavanagh. Lucy is his brother?s f...

    Another excellent instalment in the Hartigan family saga. I of course love this one as the hero is ginger. :-) ...

    Glad I gave this author a second chance. I enjoyed this one much more than book one. ...

    This is just so sweet! ...

    I don?t know how much of my ambivalence regarding this book was my mood and lack of time for reading and how much was pacing of the book itself. Unfortunately this was just an okay read and the premise for the story didn?t quite live up to my expectations. I wanted a bit more faste...

    After devouring Butterface, the first book in Avery Flynn?s Hartigans Series, I was already impatient to get my hands on Muffin Top. I blame the preview at the end of Butterface... I mean, it's not often you see a hero saving a heroine from a stranger who obnoxiously comments on her ...

    Muffin Top is the first book I?ve read written by Avery Flynn. I did buy the Butterface audiobook as soon as I could but haven?t listened to it yet but I will, even sooner since I seriously fell for Ms. Flynn?s writing in Muffin Top. She takes these every day issues that women fa...

    I thoroughly enjoyed Muffin Top - Frankie and Lucy are both so much more than meets the eye. They both vulnerable and sensitive and insecure and the way that they help each other grow is really beautiful. Their connection happens sort of seamlessly and so naturally that it is a relief....

    2,5 ...

    30% DNF. Ugh the heroine is so fing annoying. I can't. ...

    04/08/2019: Read for the second time! This review MAY contain spoilers. Read at your own risk. This is my first time reading an adult contemporary romance. Shocking, I know. I will be completely honest, the only reason that I picked this book up is because it was about a plus siz...

    It's sweet, funny, and quite a romantic story. Lucy is an insecure woman. Although, she likes to pretend that she is happy in her skin the truth is that there are too many teenage memories that don't let her accept herself. Frankie has his own insecurities. He is the most kind-hearted ...

  • Carlene Inspired
    Oct 30, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

  • Michelle
    Oct 29, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

  • Lindsay
    Feb 17, 2019

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

  • Carol [Goodreads Addict]
    Oct 18, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

  • Yvette ~ Nose Stuck in a Book
    Nov 05, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

    Muffin Top was a very realistic romance for me - and I loved how humorous it was in dealing with things that can really hurt. ...

    Contrarily to what the blurb presage, the book is written at the third person, not the first, but I absolutely didn't care because I had too much fun reading it :) The hero is Frankie Hartigan. A hot ginger firefighter of thirty-three years old who's been forced to take a vacation b...

    After reading and enjoying the first book in Avery Flynn?s The Hartigans series, Butterface, I was eager to dive into the second book. There was a wee bit of tentatively regarding Muffin Top, but I?m glad I jumped in. After finishing it, I?m extremely eager to get my hands on boo...

    Frankie Hartigan is on a mandatory three week vacation from his job as the town?s sexy fireman. While he ponders his life and his inability to commit to a real loving and lasting relationship at the local cop bar, he comes to the rescue of one Lucy Kavanagh. Lucy is his brother?s f...

    Another excellent instalment in the Hartigan family saga. I of course love this one as the hero is ginger. :-) ...

    Glad I gave this author a second chance. I enjoyed this one much more than book one. ...

    This is just so sweet! ...

    I don?t know how much of my ambivalence regarding this book was my mood and lack of time for reading and how much was pacing of the book itself. Unfortunately this was just an okay read and the premise for the story didn?t quite live up to my expectations. I wanted a bit more faste...

    After devouring Butterface, the first book in Avery Flynn?s Hartigans Series, I was already impatient to get my hands on Muffin Top. I blame the preview at the end of Butterface... I mean, it's not often you see a hero saving a heroine from a stranger who obnoxiously comments on her ...

  • Alla
    Nov 06, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

  • Rachel
    Oct 07, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

  • Chris  C - A Midlife Wife
    Oct 21, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

  • SheLove2Read
    Jan 19, 2019

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

    Muffin Top was a very realistic romance for me - and I loved how humorous it was in dealing with things that can really hurt. ...

    Contrarily to what the blurb presage, the book is written at the third person, not the first, but I absolutely didn't care because I had too much fun reading it :) The hero is Frankie Hartigan. A hot ginger firefighter of thirty-three years old who's been forced to take a vacation b...

    After reading and enjoying the first book in Avery Flynn?s The Hartigans series, Butterface, I was eager to dive into the second book. There was a wee bit of tentatively regarding Muffin Top, but I?m glad I jumped in. After finishing it, I?m extremely eager to get my hands on boo...

    Frankie Hartigan is on a mandatory three week vacation from his job as the town?s sexy fireman. While he ponders his life and his inability to commit to a real loving and lasting relationship at the local cop bar, he comes to the rescue of one Lucy Kavanagh. Lucy is his brother?s f...

    Another excellent instalment in the Hartigan family saga. I of course love this one as the hero is ginger. :-) ...

    Glad I gave this author a second chance. I enjoyed this one much more than book one. ...

  • Sabrina
    Nov 03, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

  • Bookphenomena (Kindling Micky)
    Jan 26, 2019

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

    Muffin Top was a very realistic romance for me - and I loved how humorous it was in dealing with things that can really hurt. ...

    Contrarily to what the blurb presage, the book is written at the third person, not the first, but I absolutely didn't care because I had too much fun reading it :) The hero is Frankie Hartigan. A hot ginger firefighter of thirty-three years old who's been forced to take a vacation b...

    After reading and enjoying the first book in Avery Flynn?s The Hartigans series, Butterface, I was eager to dive into the second book. There was a wee bit of tentatively regarding Muffin Top, but I?m glad I jumped in. After finishing it, I?m extremely eager to get my hands on boo...

    Frankie Hartigan is on a mandatory three week vacation from his job as the town?s sexy fireman. While he ponders his life and his inability to commit to a real loving and lasting relationship at the local cop bar, he comes to the rescue of one Lucy Kavanagh. Lucy is his brother?s f...

    Another excellent instalment in the Hartigan family saga. I of course love this one as the hero is ginger. :-) ...

    Glad I gave this author a second chance. I enjoyed this one much more than book one. ...

    This is just so sweet! ...

    I don?t know how much of my ambivalence regarding this book was my mood and lack of time for reading and how much was pacing of the book itself. Unfortunately this was just an okay read and the premise for the story didn?t quite live up to my expectations. I wanted a bit more faste...

  • Robyn
    Feb 17, 2019

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

    Muffin Top was a very realistic romance for me - and I loved how humorous it was in dealing with things that can really hurt. ...

    Contrarily to what the blurb presage, the book is written at the third person, not the first, but I absolutely didn't care because I had too much fun reading it :) The hero is Frankie Hartigan. A hot ginger firefighter of thirty-three years old who's been forced to take a vacation b...

    After reading and enjoying the first book in Avery Flynn?s The Hartigans series, Butterface, I was eager to dive into the second book. There was a wee bit of tentatively regarding Muffin Top, but I?m glad I jumped in. After finishing it, I?m extremely eager to get my hands on boo...

    Frankie Hartigan is on a mandatory three week vacation from his job as the town?s sexy fireman. While he ponders his life and his inability to commit to a real loving and lasting relationship at the local cop bar, he comes to the rescue of one Lucy Kavanagh. Lucy is his brother?s f...

    Another excellent instalment in the Hartigan family saga. I of course love this one as the hero is ginger. :-) ...

  • Sara ✨ Next Book Review Blog ✨
    Oct 28, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

    Muffin Top was a very realistic romance for me - and I loved how humorous it was in dealing with things that can really hurt. ...

    Contrarily to what the blurb presage, the book is written at the third person, not the first, but I absolutely didn't care because I had too much fun reading it :) The hero is Frankie Hartigan. A hot ginger firefighter of thirty-three years old who's been forced to take a vacation b...

    After reading and enjoying the first book in Avery Flynn?s The Hartigans series, Butterface, I was eager to dive into the second book. There was a wee bit of tentatively regarding Muffin Top, but I?m glad I jumped in. After finishing it, I?m extremely eager to get my hands on boo...

    Frankie Hartigan is on a mandatory three week vacation from his job as the town?s sexy fireman. While he ponders his life and his inability to commit to a real loving and lasting relationship at the local cop bar, he comes to the rescue of one Lucy Kavanagh. Lucy is his brother?s f...

    Another excellent instalment in the Hartigan family saga. I of course love this one as the hero is ginger. :-) ...

    Glad I gave this author a second chance. I enjoyed this one much more than book one. ...

    This is just so sweet! ...

    I don?t know how much of my ambivalence regarding this book was my mood and lack of time for reading and how much was pacing of the book itself. Unfortunately this was just an okay read and the premise for the story didn?t quite live up to my expectations. I wanted a bit more faste...

    After devouring Butterface, the first book in Avery Flynn?s Hartigans Series, I was already impatient to get my hands on Muffin Top. I blame the preview at the end of Butterface... I mean, it's not often you see a hero saving a heroine from a stranger who obnoxiously comments on her ...

    Muffin Top is the first book I?ve read written by Avery Flynn. I did buy the Butterface audiobook as soon as I could but haven?t listened to it yet but I will, even sooner since I seriously fell for Ms. Flynn?s writing in Muffin Top. She takes these every day issues that women fa...

  • Book Lover
    Nov 11, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

  • Siobhan
    Oct 16, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

    Muffin Top was a very realistic romance for me - and I loved how humorous it was in dealing with things that can really hurt. ...

    Contrarily to what the blurb presage, the book is written at the third person, not the first, but I absolutely didn't care because I had too much fun reading it :) The hero is Frankie Hartigan. A hot ginger firefighter of thirty-three years old who's been forced to take a vacation b...

    After reading and enjoying the first book in Avery Flynn?s The Hartigans series, Butterface, I was eager to dive into the second book. There was a wee bit of tentatively regarding Muffin Top, but I?m glad I jumped in. After finishing it, I?m extremely eager to get my hands on boo...

  • Miriam
    Feb 15, 2019

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

    Muffin Top was a very realistic romance for me - and I loved how humorous it was in dealing with things that can really hurt. ...

    Contrarily to what the blurb presage, the book is written at the third person, not the first, but I absolutely didn't care because I had too much fun reading it :) The hero is Frankie Hartigan. A hot ginger firefighter of thirty-three years old who's been forced to take a vacation b...

    After reading and enjoying the first book in Avery Flynn?s The Hartigans series, Butterface, I was eager to dive into the second book. There was a wee bit of tentatively regarding Muffin Top, but I?m glad I jumped in. After finishing it, I?m extremely eager to get my hands on boo...

    Frankie Hartigan is on a mandatory three week vacation from his job as the town?s sexy fireman. While he ponders his life and his inability to commit to a real loving and lasting relationship at the local cop bar, he comes to the rescue of one Lucy Kavanagh. Lucy is his brother?s f...

    Another excellent instalment in the Hartigan family saga. I of course love this one as the hero is ginger. :-) ...

    Glad I gave this author a second chance. I enjoyed this one much more than book one. ...

    This is just so sweet! ...

    I don?t know how much of my ambivalence regarding this book was my mood and lack of time for reading and how much was pacing of the book itself. Unfortunately this was just an okay read and the premise for the story didn?t quite live up to my expectations. I wanted a bit more faste...

    After devouring Butterface, the first book in Avery Flynn?s Hartigans Series, I was already impatient to get my hands on Muffin Top. I blame the preview at the end of Butterface... I mean, it's not often you see a hero saving a heroine from a stranger who obnoxiously comments on her ...

    Muffin Top is the first book I?ve read written by Avery Flynn. I did buy the Butterface audiobook as soon as I could but haven?t listened to it yet but I will, even sooner since I seriously fell for Ms. Flynn?s writing in Muffin Top. She takes these every day issues that women fa...

    I thoroughly enjoyed Muffin Top - Frankie and Lucy are both so much more than meets the eye. They both vulnerable and sensitive and insecure and the way that they help each other grow is really beautiful. Their connection happens sort of seamlessly and so naturally that it is a relief....

    2,5 ...

    30% DNF. Ugh the heroine is so fing annoying. I can't. ...

  • Sharlize D'Souza
    Mar 21, 2019

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

  • Dea
    Mar 09, 2019

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

    Muffin Top was a very realistic romance for me - and I loved how humorous it was in dealing with things that can really hurt. ...

    Contrarily to what the blurb presage, the book is written at the third person, not the first, but I absolutely didn't care because I had too much fun reading it :) The hero is Frankie Hartigan. A hot ginger firefighter of thirty-three years old who's been forced to take a vacation b...

    After reading and enjoying the first book in Avery Flynn?s The Hartigans series, Butterface, I was eager to dive into the second book. There was a wee bit of tentatively regarding Muffin Top, but I?m glad I jumped in. After finishing it, I?m extremely eager to get my hands on boo...

    Frankie Hartigan is on a mandatory three week vacation from his job as the town?s sexy fireman. While he ponders his life and his inability to commit to a real loving and lasting relationship at the local cop bar, he comes to the rescue of one Lucy Kavanagh. Lucy is his brother?s f...

    Another excellent instalment in the Hartigan family saga. I of course love this one as the hero is ginger. :-) ...

    Glad I gave this author a second chance. I enjoyed this one much more than book one. ...

    This is just so sweet! ...

    I don?t know how much of my ambivalence regarding this book was my mood and lack of time for reading and how much was pacing of the book itself. Unfortunately this was just an okay read and the premise for the story didn?t quite live up to my expectations. I wanted a bit more faste...

    After devouring Butterface, the first book in Avery Flynn?s Hartigans Series, I was already impatient to get my hands on Muffin Top. I blame the preview at the end of Butterface... I mean, it's not often you see a hero saving a heroine from a stranger who obnoxiously comments on her ...

    Muffin Top is the first book I?ve read written by Avery Flynn. I did buy the Butterface audiobook as soon as I could but haven?t listened to it yet but I will, even sooner since I seriously fell for Ms. Flynn?s writing in Muffin Top. She takes these every day issues that women fa...

    I thoroughly enjoyed Muffin Top - Frankie and Lucy are both so much more than meets the eye. They both vulnerable and sensitive and insecure and the way that they help each other grow is really beautiful. Their connection happens sort of seamlessly and so naturally that it is a relief....

    2,5 ...

  • Kiki
    Nov 05, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

  • Ryan - Sweet Red Reader
    Oct 30, 2018

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

    Muffin Top was a very realistic romance for me - and I loved how humorous it was in dealing with things that can really hurt. ...

    Contrarily to what the blurb presage, the book is written at the third person, not the first, but I absolutely didn't care because I had too much fun reading it :) The hero is Frankie Hartigan. A hot ginger firefighter of thirty-three years old who's been forced to take a vacation b...

    After reading and enjoying the first book in Avery Flynn?s The Hartigans series, Butterface, I was eager to dive into the second book. There was a wee bit of tentatively regarding Muffin Top, but I?m glad I jumped in. After finishing it, I?m extremely eager to get my hands on boo...

    Frankie Hartigan is on a mandatory three week vacation from his job as the town?s sexy fireman. While he ponders his life and his inability to commit to a real loving and lasting relationship at the local cop bar, he comes to the rescue of one Lucy Kavanagh. Lucy is his brother?s f...

    Another excellent instalment in the Hartigan family saga. I of course love this one as the hero is ginger. :-) ...

    Glad I gave this author a second chance. I enjoyed this one much more than book one. ...

    This is just so sweet! ...

    I don?t know how much of my ambivalence regarding this book was my mood and lack of time for reading and how much was pacing of the book itself. Unfortunately this was just an okay read and the premise for the story didn?t quite live up to my expectations. I wanted a bit more faste...

    After devouring Butterface, the first book in Avery Flynn?s Hartigans Series, I was already impatient to get my hands on Muffin Top. I blame the preview at the end of Butterface... I mean, it's not often you see a hero saving a heroine from a stranger who obnoxiously comments on her ...

    Muffin Top is the first book I?ve read written by Avery Flynn. I did buy the Butterface audiobook as soon as I could but haven?t listened to it yet but I will, even sooner since I seriously fell for Ms. Flynn?s writing in Muffin Top. She takes these every day issues that women fa...

    I thoroughly enjoyed Muffin Top - Frankie and Lucy are both so much more than meets the eye. They both vulnerable and sensitive and insecure and the way that they help each other grow is really beautiful. Their connection happens sort of seamlessly and so naturally that it is a relief....

  • TheEuphoricZat
    Feb 10, 2019

    Muffin Top is book two in The Hartigans series by Avery Flynn. I enjoyed book one in this series so much, Butterface, so I?ve been so looking forward to this book. Frankie Hartigan is the oldest of the Hartigan siblings, at thirty-three years old. He?s an Irish red headed firefi...

    I cannot with the title. I also cannot with the premise of the story. I?m plus sized and I eat and don?t eat salads. It?s not like all curvy people make an unbreakable vow to never eat or like salad. And if these starter clichs are not enough, the heroine has to be brash and...

    Great story! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is no person in the world who believes they are perfect so including the curvy and chunky women of the world in this story is smart. Everyone can relate to and has probably felt and experienced the uncomfortableness during those awk...

    Edit: Hero?s father thinks he owes/owed his then teenage son no explanation for what the kid thought was him being a front row audience of cheating on his mum because the father actually didn?t cheat??? You may not be a cheater, but you sir, are a rotten father and and an epic fa...

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK I'm on the fence a bit about this book. The story was enjoyable and I liked the premise of it with the not-so-perfect heroine. It was unique in that it didn't feature the cliche type of romance heroine that is portrayed as perfect and stunning. Y...

    A lot of authors write RomCom but very few of them pull it off with the class and finesse that Avery Flynn does. Muffin Top, even though it tackles a serious social problem in today's society, was written in a way that Frankie Hartigan will steal your heart and Lucy Kavanagh will h...

    I really wanted to like this book. I was very excited to see a plus size female lead, had high hopes for a strong character. Alas, I was disappointed. Lucy Kavanaugh is a size 20. She is smart, snarky, funny and way too self-deprecating. As in constantly. ?Look, I?ll let you in ...

    Dear reader, before you start this book I have a warning for you, just hand over your heart and panties to the giant ginger that is Frankie Hartigan and don?t fight it. You won?t be sorry. I know I wasn?t. Warning given, I can now say that this is a book that EVERYONE who rea...

    You know, there?s a saying that you can?t be happy with someone else, until you?re happy with yourself. The entire book was of Lucy?s self deprecating, overly defensive self loathing. Quite honestly, it seemed like nothing the poor guy said or did was good enough. Her behav...

    I like this series about the Hartigan siblings. Funny and nice....like following a tv series. ...

    I wasn't able to finish Muffin top. I was disgusted with the hero and his man-whoring ways. He has almost literally screwed half the female population of the town and the women he has been with even compared notes. WTF people? Did I really need to know that these random women talked ab...

    Find this review and others at Carlene Inspired. I don't know what it is about 2018, but I am so grateful for the relatable characters that authors are writing right now. Lucy is a size twenty, brilliant, independent woman with a knack for helping influential men out of tight spots....

    This book needs to become a movie ASAP. It was a solid 3 star read. Going into this book I was a little wary considering the bad reviews that I had read about it and the general fetishism of the plus size community (which I am apart of). However, I was genuinely pleased by how well t...

    This one picks up with the best friend of the main female character from the first book and the eldest Hartigan brother, a huge firefighter whose been cutting a swathe through the female population of his hometown for years. A chance encounter between casual acquaintances Frankie Ha...

    If you want to know how not to write a story, read this book. One day I will learn that this author is not for me. One day I will.... ...

    Muffin Top was a very realistic romance for me - and I loved how humorous it was in dealing with things that can really hurt. ...

    Contrarily to what the blurb presage, the book is written at the third person, not the first, but I absolutely didn't care because I had too much fun reading it :) The hero is Frankie Hartigan. A hot ginger firefighter of thirty-three years old who's been forced to take a vacation b...

    After reading and enjoying the first book in Avery Flynn?s The Hartigans series, Butterface, I was eager to dive into the second book. There was a wee bit of tentatively regarding Muffin Top, but I?m glad I jumped in. After finishing it, I?m extremely eager to get my hands on boo...

    Frankie Hartigan is on a mandatory three week vacation from his job as the town?s sexy fireman. While he ponders his life and his inability to commit to a real loving and lasting relationship at the local cop bar, he comes to the rescue of one Lucy Kavanagh. Lucy is his brother?s f...

    Another excellent instalment in the Hartigan family saga. I of course love this one as the hero is ginger. :-) ...

    Glad I gave this author a second chance. I enjoyed this one much more than book one. ...

    This is just so sweet! ...