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Welcome to the Beach Reads Book Club…where love is just a page away…
When Lottie Watt is unceremoniously booted out of her uptight book club for not following the rules, she decides to throw the rulebook out the window and start her own club – one where conversation, gin and cake take precedent over actually having read the book!
The Beach Reads Book Club soon finds a home for its meetings at Books by the Bay, a charming bookshop and café owned by gorgeous, brooding Matthew Steele, and as the book club picks heat up, so too does the attraction between Matt and Lottie.
If there’s anything Lottie has learned from the romances she’s been reading, it’s that the greatest loves are the ones hardest earned.
A love letter to chicklit, romance, romcoms, whatever you want to call them!
This is an enticing read, one that takes you straight there Right into the action, with people for whom you’ll quickly care. Lottie Watt is a sparky and book lover who starts her own book club One for herself and others for whom the rules just rub. Together the members plan a monthly meet In the Books by the Bay café -such a treat! Its owner is Matthew Steele Finds Lottie has great appeal. However both Lottie and Matthew, too Have been let down in love by others who Have left them reluctant to risk losing their heart So will these two have to stay apart? It is a story with sweet romance With more than one couple giving love a chance. There are other books mentioned that the club read Some I’ve already read and others I now need! With brilliant characters in this story, both human and dog, who Make it so funny all the way through. It is a superb story I thoroughly enjoyed reading so I highly recommend you also give it a go! Thanks the the One More Chapter and NetGalley for my copy of this book I hope my honest review makes it one at which you also want to take a look!
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A former pharmacist, I’m now a medical writer who also writes romance. Some days a racing heart is a medical condition, others it’s the reaction to a sexy hero.
With a husband who asks every Valentine’s Day whether he has to buy a card (yes, he does), any romance is all in my head. Then again, his unstinting support of my career change proves love isn’t always about hearts and flowers – and heroes come in many disguises.