Ellie manages a swank Mayfair gallery, has really good hair, loyal friends, and a loving family. It's only her succession of lame duck boyfriends that ruin the picture. Oh, and the famous rock-star father she's never met. Then Ellie's perfect life is smashed to pieces when her secret is sold to the tabloids. When David Gold, her father's ruthless but charming lawyer, is sent in to sort out the mess, Ellie is torn between attraction and irritation...
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Reticent about buying a 'weight issues' book when I tried 'You don't have to say you love me,' I was thrilled with the listen and thoroughly enjoyed the characters, the romance and the sexual fizziness that pulsed through the book.
I was looking forward to trying another Manning that wasn't for teens and this sounded suitably fun. It did not disappoint.Manning does likeable, sympathetic characters with flare and without making them too thick or feeble. And the supporting cast of characters are all equally enjoyable players in this slick, escapist and refreshingly light story.No newspaper would be allowed to run a headline using the word 'bastard,' but the portrayal of the odious and relentless nature of the more muck-raking, scurrilous branch of popular culture media is brilliantly written and provides a fresh angle to keep the plot moving.The lust and longing for the object of Ellie's affection is almost palpable and the tension is brought up to boiling point before Ellie and the reader get to enjoy some suitably charged release. There is no shying away from turning up the eroticism valve in a Sarra Manning sex scene which she teases and builds up to perfectly; and such romances are all the better for the inclusion of such satisfyingly written climaxes.All in all this is pure sizzling fun - with plenty, of high and lows and a pleasingly swoon-some man to amp up these heated romances that Manning does so well.
- Miss M
Already listened to this book twice!
Really enjoyed listening to this book, loved all the characters, especially Max and Neve and the sister-in-law from hell!! Would definitely recommend It felt like a kiss.....Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.