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  • Layne at her brightest and best, classic

    Kennedy Dawson is old money, named after the Kennedy family he is also one of a trio of brokers known as the wolves of Wall Street all managed by their uber-efficient assistant Kate Henley, Kate even helped Kennedy's model girlfriend plan a surprise birthday party for him. Kate has been in love with Kennedy since the very first day she laid eyes on him back when all four of them were trainees, that is until she overhead the guys make a pact not to sleep with her and Kennedy saying something very hurtful. Since then she has mostly been over him, in her head, it's a pity her body hasn't got the message. She gets on well with both the other guys but she and Kennedy always seem to be at loggerheads, which is odd because they are both perfectionists. But everything changes when Kennedy's brother Jack returns to New York, looking eerily similar to Kennedy but with more spontaneous charm and humour, he hits it off with Kate immediately (cue lots of Titanic jokes). Kennedy doesn't like it when Jack so effortlessly gets Kate to laugh and behave in a very un-Kate-like way but he daren't examine his reasons too closely. He also realises that he knows nothing about this woman he has worked alongside for years, at his birthday party they talk and he discovers there is more to this attractive, smart and clever woman than he ever imagined, but with different views on love how could they ever be together? Oh my word! This book gave me all the feels. I was actually tearing up on an international flight at some of the heartfelt comments, Roger Dawson's words to Kennedy about going all-in were so moving (to me). And also (because Lord knows I hadn't embarrassed myself enough) I had to snort with laughter at Kennedy's mother's idea of a picnic(view spoiler). This was Lauren Layne at her finest. Cute, sexy romance with larger than life couples, witty banter and glamorous locations. L.O.V.E.D. it.

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