The (Fri)end Zone by Sariah Wilson
Triangles were already my least favourite shape, and I had no intention of being part of one. Even an imaginary one, since neither guy had actually expressed any interest me. I was a one-fantasy-crush-at-a-time kind of girl.
Only zombies like girls for their brain.
“Maybe she’s telling him she got sorted into Slytherin House?
And with him being such a Hufflepuff, they’ll never be together.”
Synopsis: After a bad breakup with an emotionally abusive ex Georgina reinvents herself as George, PR girl-boss. However, when she is assigned to rebrand a men’s lifestyle magazine her wounded self-confidence has to stand up to Sebastian… also known as the Bad Boy of Publishing. Sebastian spent ten years working his way to the top, from intern to creative director, and he was not about to let a bad rep nor a know-it-all female mess with his magazine. With careers on the line and hearts at stake, what is the bigger prize: the job or a chance at love?
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Synopsis: The last thing publicist Remi expected was to be assigned to her college sweetheart, but the reclusive musician needed to revamp his image to move from a songwriter who performs at country pubs to a rockstar drawing crowds to concert. Twelve years ago he ended their relationship due to her workaholic ways, but now her talent was going to save his career… but can they keep from falling in love again?
Author: Brenda St John Brown is a New Yorker turned Brit who writes contemporary romance novels, and loves to have the occasional American character transplanted to England (much like herself).
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Maid In England by Brenda St John Brown
“I’ve become a full-on workaholic,
but dressed it up and called it ambition.”
“…that makes my lack of date feel more dire, too.
I have incredible faith in Vera, but I’m not sure she can
magic up someone suitable in less than two weeks.”
One of the wonderful things about being friends with an author is that author introducing you to her author friends and their books. Through her I have discovered so many great writers and, sometimes, I even get lucky enough to be sent an ARC! (If only because she tells me of when a request form is available online for a book I really should read). This is the case for the latest Advance Reader Copy I had the pleasure of receiving:
“Maid in England”
by Brenda St John Brown
This novel hits the shelves this week, so be sure to come back here all this week for teaser quotes and my review!
Synopsis: Hope’s mother is well known in the theatre world but, in order to make a name for herself, Hope secretly applies for a career-launching internship… and gets it. Trying to balance school work and the internship is not easy, particularly when she’s been assigned to assist the actor playing the lead role. With the help of her two friends and a new love interest, the show must go on!
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Synopsis: As a child, Mallory Dodge learned that the best way to stay safe was to be quiet as a mouse. Her nightmare ended when she was adopted by loving parents four years prior, but Mouse is still afraid to make a sound. In order to prepare for college, her parents think completing her senior year at a public school will help… but the last thing anyone expected was being in a class with her childhood protector. The connection between Mallory and Rider is still strong, but can mouse-like Mallory finally speak up if it means she can save the boy who once saved her?
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