Review of The Booby Trap by Anne Browning Walker
Published: September 1, 2012
5 out of 5 smirks
Synopsis: "Welcome to The Booby Trap, a seedy
bar where waitresses' skirts are high, necklines are low and customers show up
for the eye candy.
When brainy, beautiful, Harvard Ph.D. candidate
Bambi Benson wants to study the women of the Booby Trap for her dissertation, she goes
undercover and joins them. All is going well for Bambi until handsome local
celebrity Trip Whitley enters the scene.
Hoping to shock his high-society family by dating a
bimbo, Trip offers to pay Bambi to pretend to be his girlfriend. She accepts
his offer and bides her time, waiting for the right moment to reveal her true
identity and teach Trip not to judge based on appearances.
After a series of dates carefully orchestrated for
their publicity value, Bambi's trap is set. But there's one problem: the
predator might have fallen in love with her prey."
If there is one word to describe The Booby Trap by Anne Browning Walker
it is innovative. Don't get me the
wrong, the characters in this story are amazing with wit, humor, and
vulnerability but what really makes this story what is it is the concept while
it is still a romance book this romance is based on a partnership. The
Booby Trap displays an equally that the majority of romance books
lacks. In this story we get to see how
the main characters are balanced and while there is still romance to the story,
it is romance that is coming from both sides (not just one sided). Partnership is what makes this romance book
stand apart from others which is why I give The
Booby Trap by Anne Browning Walker 5 smirks. Romance readers everywhere
should indulge in this book because of how uniquely different it is from the
rest of romance books.