Anybody But Him by Claire Baxter
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I was gifted this book by Random House Australia Pty Ltd via Net Galley to read and review.
I loved this quirky read it made a change from some more serious ones I have been reading lately.
Her parents were a bundle of laughs, very eccentric, but loveable.
I remember my days at school, many years ago, and there is always ONE that is either spiteful or just takes the sheer mickey out of you each time they see you. It can leave you a little scared.
Reinventing herself when she left her home town seemed to have helped a lot.
The nice love affair in this book was gentle and progressed well.
Thoroughly enjoyed this read.
The author is one I have never read before, will definitely be reading more of her books.
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A deliciously funny rom com from Random Romance. What happens when you fall in love with the man you hate?
Nicola Doyle's dating record is a disaster, and it doesn't improve when she returns to Redgum Valley, after an absence of twelve years, to look after her increasingly eccentric parents. There, she's thrown into regular contact with Blair Morrissey – the very reason she couldn't wait to leave town in the first place.
The decade-old scars are still raw from that humiliating day in high school – when Blair went from the boy she loved to the boy she hated.
Except Blair doesn't seem to be a ‘bad boy' any more – in fact, he's charming, infuriatingly helpful and extremely attractive.
If only Nicola could forgive and forget