How To Win A Guy In 10 Dates By Jane Linfoot

Dear Reader,

I finally got around to reading How To Win A Guy In 10 Dates. I'd like to thank the lovely Jane Linfoot for sending me a copy to read and review!


Take Millie: a fun, independent dance teacher starting over, whose burlesque classes are all about self-esteem and empowerment. Her new life plan definitely doesn't stretch to bad boys.
And Ed: he’s gorgeous, designs firework displays for a living and positively self-destructs at the thought of commitment. But he’s embarking on the impossible – a challenge to have ten dates with one woman.
When Millie literally lands in Ed’s lap after an accident, she’s an unlikely choice for the ten date challenge – scruffy, opinionated and then there’s the small matter of that tattoo snaking out of her boot – but he’s running out of options, and more importantly, she owes him.
She’s so not his type, he’s so not in her life-plan, but a weekend in sunny Provence changes everything. Against a backdrop of starry skies and lavender fields, they both have issues they want to leave behind. Secrets have a way of escaping though… is ten dates too long to keep the truth under wraps?


Ed our hero is a typical 'billionaire' who goes through women so quickly that he does not even remember their names (lovely!) So his sister, Cassie, has had enough of this carry on and decides to give him a dating challenge - ten dates with one woman and he can't tell her how rich he is.
 Then we have Millie, our damsel in distress, who while riding one of her horses through an explosive zone gets thrown off and is injured, enter Ed who owns the company and whisks her off to hospital. He sees this as an opportunity but Millie knocks him down. We learn that both Ed and Millie have secrets to hide and it turns out that they are more alike than they originally thought.What follows is a romantic comedy that is definitely a page turner.

A fun light read the perfect book to bring on your holidays!


Kind regards,

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