The Honest Truth? I was not “Here for the Drama.”
My thought while reading this was: REALLY?! No one’s lives are that dramatic!! (Even for actors and playwrights!) It’s just not possible.
My eyes were constantly rolling.
Yes, this book had its cute moments, I cannot tell a lie, but for me, they were few and far between.
Though I adored Kate Bromley’s first novel Talk Bookish to Me, this one just didn’t cut it.
This was a buddy read with Kaceey and truth be told, she liked it more than I did.
Thanks to Harlequin Trade Publishing for the arc via NetGalley.
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Winnie is employed as a personal assistant to successful playwright Juliette Brassard. Her dream is to write her own play, currently a work in progress. Hoping Juliette would help by giving her work a quick look, she’s disappointed when she refuses. She seems quite content leaving things status quo.
During a trip to London Juliette’s demands become a bit too much, asking Winnie to engage in several on-line dates to gather material for a new project. And to complicate things, the only man Winnie wants to date is Liam, Juliette’s nephew. Upon discovering this budding romance, Juliette is quick to forbid it! Hmmm….
This book was cute, but maybe a bit too sugary for me. I was hoping for something just a bit deeper. But, if you‘re looking for a light rom-com this fits the bill perfectly.
A buddy read with Susanne that left both of us with a bit of a sugar rush?🤣
Thank you to NetGalley and Harlequin Trade Publishing – Graydon House