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Beauty in the Billionaire’s Bed Louise Fuller 5*#Review @MillsandBoon @HarlequinBooks #MillsandBoonInsider #MillsandBoonModern #HarlequinPresents #Romance #Proximity #Northumberland #preorder #August19 #BeautyintheBillionairesBed

The temperature is rising for this adventurous billionaire when he encounters a gorgeous stranger in this sexy forced-proximity story by Louise Fuller!

An uninvited guest
An undeniable desire!

Billionaire explorer Arlo Milburn returns home to his secluded mansion to find an unexpected beauty sleeping in his bed! Learning that Frankie Fox is a social media influencer does nothing to inspire his trust. It’s been a while since Arlo welcomed anyone into his solitary life…

However, stranded with Frankie while a storm rages outside, Arlo discovers her glamorous persona shields a warm, wounded young woman who touches him in ways he hadn’t thought possible. Attraction may have brought them together, but can it break down his walls entirely?

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I received a copy of this book from Mills and Boon via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

My Thoughts…

A passionate encounter on a Northumberland island brings Frankie and Arlo together. This is an atmospheric and emotional romance with a contemporary edge. There are believable characters, sexy encounters and a growing emotional connection between the couple. The internal conflicts are relatable, and the romance is hot. This is the perfect romantic escape for those who like sensual romance.

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Woman of a Certain Rage Georgie Hall 5*#Review @GeorgieHallUK @HoZ_Books #WomanofaCertainRage #Women #Ageing #Menopause #humour #loss #BookReview

Eliza is angry. Very angry, and very, very hot.

Late for work and dodging traffic, Eliza’s still reeling from the latest row with her husband Paddy. Twenty-something years ago their eyes met over the class divide in oh-so-cool Britpop London, but these days their eyes only meet to bicker over the three-seat sofa.

Paddy seems content filling his downtime with canal boats and cricket, but Eliza craves the freedom and excitement of her youth. Being fifty feels far too close to pensionable, their three teenage children are growing up fast, and even the dog has upped and died. Something is going to have to change—menopause be damned!

Woman of a Certain Rage is a smart and funny novel for all the women who won’t be told it’s too late to shake things up, and Eliza is a heroine many will recognise. She may sweat a lot and need a wee all the time, but she has something to prove. 

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I received a copy of this book from ‘Head of Zeus’ via NetGalley in return for an honest review. 

My Thoughts…

This story captures the essence of what it’s like for most women growing older, with a wealth of experience and knowledge but not to be seen. Eliza’s story immerses the reader in a myriad of emotions, there are many hilarious moments, but these are tempered by the fear, poignancy and the sense of loss.

Eliza is menopausal and suffering. Her body is unrecognisable, life’s pleasures seem a distant memory, and everyone appears to be getting on with their lives without her. This is an entertaining read written in an engaging but relatable way. It explores many issues that women at this stage of their life face.

It’s an easy read and will appeal to many women of a certain age.