“Hannah is PA to the smart and gorgeous adventurer and TV presenter Bradley Knight. Together they make the perfect professional partnership – they’re both ambitious, super-organised and don’t own an off-button!
So when Hannah heads back to Tasmania for her sister’s wedding, and back into the family craziness she had run from years before, the last thing she wants is for Bradley to come too. He sees it as a perfect shooting location; she just wants to shoot herself if he sees her in less than a super-human professional light.
How can she stay zipped up and professional when karaoke and flowing mojitos are the wedding entertainment?!”
I was lucky enough to win this book from a giveaway run by Mills & Boon. It sounded like my kind of read so I couldn’t wait to get started.
It didn’t take long to feel connected to Hannah and the gorgeous Bradley, they were both likeable in their own way and were easy to read about. It quickly became apparent that Hannah had a crush on Bradley and with him being her boss she managed to hide it well – the banter between the two of them was something I particularly enjoyed!
Hannah was anxious about going home for her sister’s wedding (there were clearly some family issues going on) and Bradley offered to give her a lift (in his private jet no less) on his way to New Zealand. It was at this point that I guessed he had some hidden feelings for her too, and when it switched to his perspective my guess was confirmed. Somehow he ended up staying for the wedding and they shared a suite at the hotel, it was obvious where things were heading but it didn’t affect my enjoyment, it only made me look forward to the inevitable even more!
There were a few favourite moments for me – an entertaining pre-wedding party, a mountain hike that revealed more about the characters feelings and finally Hannah’s inner imp (I think we all have one of those :)) which got a few mentions and I liked this idea.
This book contained some sexual scenes but they didn’t overwhelm the story in any way, however if you are likely to be offended by this then the book probably isn’t for you.
This was a fun, quick read that I really enjoyed, I will definitely be looking out for more from this author.
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