Series: The I Do Crew #1
Release Date: February 5, 2019
who dumped me because of my career
woman hired to save yours
150,000% over you.
train out of London, so I’ll be there by 3:00. To make this as painless as
possible, I thought it would help to establish key ground rules:
rehashing our past relationship. Yes, we were engaged, but it’s been twelve
years and I’m over you.
very good at my job and that job is to help you shed the “reclusive” part of
the whole “reclusive rock star” vibe you’ve got going on. Brace yourself.
plan is to have this wrapped up by Friday, so save your smoldering looks until
I’m gone, please. (I assume you still smolder?) I’m immune now. See item #1.
cousin is getting married and guess who’s a bridesmaid? Funny, huh? Almost as
funny as the fiancée you dumped because you thought she was married to her job
now saving yours.
never a bride. Except almost. That one time.
mentioned I’m totally, completely 150,000% over you?
🎩🎩🎩 hats from Britt
Man am I torn on this book. All my feelings keep darting back and fort on what I loved and what I didn’t. Brenda St John’s writing is absolutely fantastic but I just felt no connection to the characters at all. I kept waiting for that moment when I would be really sucked in to the story and it unfortunately just did not happen for me. Without that connection everything just sort of fell flat for me.That said, it doesn’t mean Maid in England wouldn’t be someone else’s favorite read and Brenda’s writing definitely makes it worth trying out.
countryside. She’s lived in the UK long enough to gain dual citizenship, but
still doesn’t understand Celsius. However, she has learned the appropriate use
of the word “pants”. And how to order a proper bacon bap/barm/buttie. Because,
swoon. When she’s not writing, she enjoys hiking, running and reading. In
theory, she also enjoys cooking, but it’s more that she enjoys eating and, try
as she might, she can’t live on Doritos alone.