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True's Love by T.L. Clark

posted 15 Jun 2017, 03:38 by Archaeolibrarian I Dig Good Books!

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#Contemporary, #Romance

Short synopsis: Mild admin by day, wild clubber by night travels to Ibiza = fun in the sun. 
The detail: In this book we find promiscuous Amanda living the highlife. We get to hear about a selection of her erotic night time adventures. Be warned; there’s lots of sex from the outset!

Amanda is surprised by love when she goes on holiday with her friend to Ibiza. A blonde Russian bodyguard soon has her lowering her barriers. He shows her how much more there is to sex when the heart is truly engaged. 

But will this just be a holiday romance or will it lead to a long term relationship? Danger lurks just around the corner.

4 out of 5 (very good)

True's Love tells the story of party girl Amanda, who goes on holiday with a work friend, Claire, to Ibiza. There, she parties just as hard as she ever does, up to and including having sex in a corner of a dance floor. However, one night when Claire feels ill, she helps her friend outside to get some fresh air. She meets Michael/Mikhail and is instantly attracted to his looks but turns him down as she doesn't want a relationship. However, circumstances dictate otherwise, and they end up meeting again. This time, Amanda agrees to meet him for breakfast, and it moves swiftly on from there.

There is plenty of action in this book, both between the sheets and out. Although they don't actually 'hook up' straight away, there is still a big dose of insta-love going on, but it does work within this story. The story is very well written, with no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow. The pace was smooth and the characters were intriguing, which all add up to a great summertime read. Recommended by me.

* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *

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TL Clark is a British author who stumbles through life as if it were a gauntlet of catastrophes. 
Rather than playing the victim she uses these unfortunate events to fuel her passion for writing, for reaching out to help others.

She writes about different kinds of love in the hope that she‘ll uncover its mysteries.

Her loving husband (and very spoiled cat) have proven to her that true love really does exist.
Writing has shown her that coffee may well be the source of life.

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