Hot London Nights by Clare Lydon

Number 7 in the London Romance series

What was the book about? 
Gina Gupta is an estate agent (realtor) selling high-end properties and wondering if she’ll ever find love again after coming out late in life and still recovering from a recent breakup. India Contelli is half business mogul, half TV celeb, also dealing with “ex” issues. The two meet when India walks into Gina’s business, looking to buy a new flat.
The chemistry sparks initially, but they remain just friends who indulge in some friendly flirting on their secret rooftop dates.
When India finds and reunites two long-lost lovers from the past, she realises what is right in front of her, and it’s most definitely Gina!

Featured Tropes
Celebrity, Pride, friends to lovers, never too late.

Book Strengths
I can’t believe this is number seven in the London Series, and I really hope Clare Lydon never stops writing this series. At the end of the last book, Made In London, I was desperate for a book about India, and Clare Lydon delivered in spades. 

India and Gina were made for each other. I had so much fun reading their story, and the instant attraction between India and Gina was just so engaging. I couldn’t put it down.

I thought my favourite character was going to be India because, well… hot damn! But I ended up loving Gina. She was so kind and gave me all the feels every time she was thinking about India.

Listen, I love Clare Lydon’s writing, and I love the London Romance series. There was no way I wasn’t going to read this book.

Hot London Nights delivers in all of the ways you want and expect Lydon to deliver – it has just the right of angst (well, just the right amount for me … i.e. not too much), it’s a feel-good story, and the writing keeps you turning the pages.

There’s also a subplot involving a decades-old queer romance and lost love … and I’m totally here for it. (But really, I’m here for it. Give me more of that story, Clare Lydon!)

It is well-written, and you’ll be rooting for both India and Gina from page 1. 

Character Chemistry
Hello Sexy India! Clare Lydon always knows how to write a great sex scene, and this book did not disappoint. The chemistry between India and Gina was so good I could almost feel it.

Gina and India have great chemistry. You’ll root for them from start to finish, and the love scenes don’t disappoint.

Heat Rating
🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥

Wrap up
I love Clare’s books, and this one is definitely up there with my favourites. She just keep’s hitting them out of the park. There is a reason she is one of my all-time favourite authors. I really can’t wait for the next book in the series.

Rach Star Rating: 5 stars

Whether you’re already a London Romance follower or just looking for a great escapist read with relatable and lovable characters, Hot London Nights have something for you. It’s an excellent addition to the adorable London series but would stand on its own just fine (no prior series knowledge needed). 

Katie Star Rating: 4.5 stars


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