I couldn’t have loved this book more if I tried. 5 stars.
Sasha lives with her mother who is recovering from cancer, she works as a massage therapist, writes scripts in her spare time and the highlight of her week is hanging out with her best friend. That is until her mum and best friend send her script into a competition to get made into a movie. Jac is the media head and director for the movie. She’s cool, confident and isn’t in the market for love, that is until her first telephone conversation with Sasha and what begins as lust turn quickly into much more.
This book is an emotional rollercoaster (100% my kind of book), there are moments you’ll laugh, moments you’ll swoon and then moments where you will shed a tear or two. Completely worth every moment of your time. The build up to Sasha and Jac falling into each others arms was fantastic and I was glued to the page. The chemistry between Sasha and Jac was amazing and the sex scenes… Wow! I was reading one of the sex scenes on the train home and I was blushing the whole way.
I hadn’t realised at the time but Andrea Bramhall’s other book Nightingale is actually the book that Sasha writes and it’s the story she wins the competition with. It’s not a requirement to read Nightingale first but I know you’ll want to read it after. I know I will be heading to the Ylva website to download it straight away after I finish writing this review.
I really loved how much time was given in the book to Sasha and Jac as couple. I don’t always enjoy when an author ends the book once the protagonist’s have gotten together but this book really allowed for the reader to get to know them better as a couple.
Andrea Bramhall is fast becoming one of my favourite authors. Her book Just My Luck is constantly on my re-read list and I think this book jumps into that category too.
Wonderful read. 5 stars.
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