Thursday, 19 March 2015

It Felt Like a Kiss by Sarra Manning

It Felt Like a KissIt Felt Like a Kiss by Sarra Manning
My rating: 4 of 5 stars



I was in the mood today to read something light and fluffy and this book didn't disappoint me at all, it was a really nice little read.

Ellie, a 20 yr old living in London, working in a well to do art gallery has a secret that leaks out.

The tabloids get hold of it and do not let go, they are like a dog with a bone, well, we see it in the papers everyday. They make her out to be a gold digger, crazy female, pictures are printed of her in all sorts of uncompromising ways!

I really enjoyed seeing how Ellie dealt with all the rubbish that was thrown her way.

Its a great, what I would call a "flick" read as your turn each page not realizing how far you have read and its suddenly THE END.

I really enjoyed my afternoon of light reading.


I want to thank Random House UK, Transworld Publishers via Net Galley for my copy to read and review




Meet Ellie Cohen, one of the most perfect girls in London.

Ellie manages a swank Mayfair gallery, but it’s her life that’s a real work of art. Great job, really good hair, loyal friends, loving family. It’s only her succession of lame duck boyfriends that ruin the picture.

Oh, and the world-famous rock-star father she’s never met, who won’t even acknowledge her existence.

Then Ellie’s perfect life is smashed to pieces when her secret is sold to the highest bidder and her name, face (and pictures of her bottom) are splashed across the tabloids. Suddenly everyone thinks she’s a gold-digging, sex-crazy, famewhore.

Enter David Gold. Charming and handsome David Gold. On paper he’s even more perfect than Ellie, if only he wasn’t her father’s ruthlessly ambitious lawyer whose job is to manage the crisis – and her. He certainly doesn’t think that Ellie’s the innocent party and she doesn’t trust him at all. So why is it that every time they’re alone together, damage limitation is the last thing on their minds?
 






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