After losing her elderly parents, portrait photographer Anna will do anything to avoid losing the family home – the only thing she has left of her perfect childhood.
When a friend who works at the exclusive boutique hotel, The Lavington, provides a hot tip – an A list film star is staying there with her rumored toyboy lover – Anna comes up with a plan. A photo of them together could be the answer to all Anna’s money problems.
Unfortunately, she’s the worst paparazzi photographer on the planet and Jack, the hotel’s new head of security, back in England after globetrotting as bodyguard to the stars, isn’t about to allow a picture on his watch. No matter how cute the photographer might be…
‘Access All Areas’ is a contemporary tale, full of humour and romance. Like the previous ‘Do Not Disturb’ books, this story features an unlikely couple, who meet unexpectedly at a boutique hotel. Opposites attract and help each other view life differently.
Portrait photographer, Anna ignores her scruples to solve some pressing financial difficulties. Her fragile emotional state threatens her success but puts her on the radar of new head of security, Jack.
Yin and Yang perfectly describes this mismatched couple but the physical attraction between Anna and Jack, proves impossible to ignore. Catapulted into a brief, passionate interlude; the sensual scenes have plenty of heat.
This well paced story has realistic and often humorous dialogue. Getting the perfect money shot is full of comic incidents.
‘Access All Areas’ is quick easy reading, perfect escapism.
I received a copy of this book from Harper Impulse via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
My rating: 4 of 5 stars