Caity Shaw stared at the costume; her sister, the head event planner, had given her to wear. She was not exactly thrilled about posing as a sausage in Ireland but was happy to be out of the United States, and far away from her stalking ex-boyfriend.
Caity’s self-esteem was at an all-time low. She had been fired from her job, abused by an ex-boyfriend, and was hired as an event assistant only because her mother had pressured her sister into giving her the position. Although the man helping her with her costume was witty and insanely attractive, Caity knew that he could never be for her. Declan had a reputation as a player and being hurt by another man was the last thing Caity needed in her life.
During Caity’s temporary stay in Ireland, she, unfortunately, suffered several embarrassing moments. Some of her mishaps were of her own doing, but most of them were orchestrated by a very jealous event assistant, Gretchen. Through the help of a friend, though, Caity was able to stand up and believe in herself once again.
Flying by the Seat of my Knickers is an entertaining light read. I think the story could have been richer, and crafted with more depth if the secondary characters were developed. I would have loved to have known more about Caity’s narcissistic ex-boyfriend and Declan’s true personality. I found the book, though, a quick and enjoyable read.
I received this book from NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.
4 out of 5 stars~Review by Peg Glover