[Review] Twist by K.C. Enders


Fun. Flirty. And no follow through.

FINN O’MEARA has a slick one-liner for every occasion and loves to talk a big game. Tending bar at McBride’s Public House gives him plenty of opportunities to meet the ladies—to take them home and show them a good time. He’s so talented with his tongue, they don’t seem to mind that he never takes it past third base.

ADELAIDE HUNTINGTON is infinitely more comfortable with her PC than her peers. She prefers to work from the comfort of her overstuffed chair doing what she loves: graphic and web design. Only occasionally hanging out with her surrogate grandmas until an infuriating, silver tongued man charms his way in.

While he’s trying hard to prove there’s more to him than cheesy pick-up lines, Adelaide uncovers another layer to Finn.

A twist that no one would ever imagine.

Set in the world of Troubles, this novella follows the story of Finn and Adelaide and can be enjoyed as a stand alone.



This was a quick, fun, lighthearted read, it may have been a quick read but it certainly packed a punch. Filled with flirty, cheesy pick up lines and quick witted come backs this book had me laughing out loud and left me with the “feel good factor”.

The main protagonists Finn and Adelaide were perfectly matched, two unique individuals that shared a great sense of humour, and the banter between them flowed along effortlessly keeping the book fresh and invigorating.

This was my first read by this particular author, but after reading Twist I can honestly say I’ll be checking out her other work, I really enjoyed her style of writing, her words just seem to flow along effortlessly.

A fun, flirty read which had me laughing out loud, this was just what was needed on a dark dreary evening.


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