Snark and sass and a whole lot of sexy romance from Lily Morton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Lily Morton is the Queen of Snark, no-one manages to inject just that right shade of sarcasm and humour into the biting wit which is the hallmark of her characters and in Oz Gallagher she has outdone herself.
I loved Dylan and Gabe, fell for Jude and Asa, adored Henry and Ivo, but Silas and Oz have claimed my heart as easily as the Cornish landscape owns the narrative of this superb romance.
There is such skill in making a book’s setting be almost a character in its own right and having travelled some of the same lanes and visited some of the same places as this book, I can honestly say Lily has perfected it.
While I may not have visited the exact Chi an Mor of Silas and Oz’s romance, I know it exists at the end of some dusty, overgrown narrow lane, with sheep bleating in the adjoining fields and off in the distance, the crashing waves performing a constant backdrop to the sounds of laughter.
This book is a thing of gloriously funny, slow-burning attraction, of ridiculously sexy encounters, of mysterious smells of pipe smoke and leather, of ginormous dogs and meddlesome friends and it’s awesome.
Now, Niall and Milo next yes please and thank you 🙂
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.
Blethering uncontrollably is all my own work.