ON A NIGHT LIKE THIS by Lindsey Kelk
Fran Cooper is in a bit of a rut. She’s not doing the job she wants to do, she’s living in her fiancé’s nanna’s house and she thinks he might be cheating on her. So on a whim, she decides to apply for a job as a personal assistant for an unknown client. She gets the job and it all becomes very exciting, quite dramatic, rather sweet and very funny!
This is the first of Lindsey Kelk’s books I have read, but it won’t be the last. It’s set around this time of year too, so was perfect to read during the cold, dark evenings. The characters are great, the situations very clever and it’s got a bit of everything really. I loved how it wasn’t a traditional romance, that a poor girl wasn’t swept off her feet, unable to do anything but wait for a Prince to save her. Oh no, this isn’t like that. Fran Cooper is a strong, capable, intelligent woman. She just needs a bit of a kick up the backside to get some things in her life changed.
I absolutely loved the book, it was easy to get into and the humour is a delight. It is incredibly well-written. The dialogue is excellent and she writes some wonderfully visual set pieces, which I just can’t tell you about, you need to read them for yourselves to appreciate them.
I want to tell you everything about this book, but I can’t, because it would spoil it. Read it for yourself, it’s a delight, you’ll thank me!
9.5 out of 10
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