Sunny Shelly’s Review: 4 Stars
Lucy and Stefan shared a kiss a year ago, and he hasn’t been able to get her out of his mind. Now his reality show has him rehabbing a pub across the street from hers in a small village that really doesn’t need two watering holes. Between their bickering and personal jabs are plenty of heated looks and a sizzling attraction. But can they find a common ground or will one of them have to give up their dream?
I really liked Lucy and Stefan as romantic leads. She’s feisty and takes no BS. He’s Britain’s most eligible bachelor who has dated around, but he’s got a soft spot for Lucy and when he falls for her, he falls hard. This story is executed well, with witty banter, lots of laugh-out-loud moments and two really adorable characters that I couldn’t help but root for. This would make a great Hallmark movie! It seems like this is the start to a new series, and I look forward to what comes next!
I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.
Hi. I’m Brenda. I’m a displaced New Yorker living in the UK. I lived in London for almost six years, but now I’m living in The North, in a tiny English village. We used to have sheep in our backyard! (Sheep!!) Now we have a new housing development, so I mostly avoid looking out the kitchen window.
My novels are unabashedly romantic and run the gamut from angsty feels to make-you-smile swoons. Hitting the USA Today bestseller list has been the highlight of my career so far because – gah – #authorgoals! When I’m not reading or writing, I’m hanging out with The Boy, talking about random things and being overly strict about electronics.
I like running and Doritos, not necessarily in that order. I also like libraries, old churches and Paris. One day I’m going to write a novel set in Paris, which will necessitate lots of trips for “research.”