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  • Good light romance:-)

    Light, sunny romance in the hills of Tenerife😊 4.5🌟stars Lilac Mills' Holiday in the Hills is an easy-to-read, breezy romance in foreign climes that I really enjoyed. It's not deep or heavily angsty (though there is a villain and the ubiquitous gaps in communication) and that's totally okay. Apart from hugs and kisses, the romance is largely behind closed doors and suitable to the tone of the book. In addition to the likable main characters, British paranormal romance writer Ivy and Canary Islands native with some secrets Sebastian, I also really took to Jorge and the clutch of old men perpetually hanging out at the local cafe who added a fun touch of local color. And Carla, the ancient cook who sings and noisily bangs pots as she whips up her fantastic local dishes. My one issue: I think the book is incorrectly titled. The heroine is in Tenerife for work, not a holiday break. Those hills may have gorgeous, sunny vistas and her rental accommodation and pool man may be dreamy, but she's an author with a professional reputation to revive and pages to be written. Thanks to Canelo Escape and NetGalley for providing an advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest review.

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  • Charming holiday romance

    Ivy is a writer of paranormal romances. She is having trouble writing her next novel after the triple whammy of her boyfriend/publisher slating her latest effort and ditching her for a younger, more exciting novelist. She comes to the island of Tenerife to metaphorically lick her wounds and spend six months trying to write a new novel. The staff at the villa her agent has rented consist of a Spanish woman who cleans the house and speaks no English and a gorgeous man who cleans the pool and tends the gardens. All too quickly Sebastian the gardener becomes the model for Ivy's latest hero, Nathaniel, a fallen angel. But as her writing mojo comes back in full flood can Ivy separate Sebastian and Nathaniel in her mind? And, more to the point, does she want to? I really enjoyed this romance, even if it was a bit predictable. Ivy and Sebastian were engaging characters and I enjoyed them being over 40 - something of a rarity in Romancelandia. I also don't recall having read a novel set in Tenerife so that was a novelty. I would classify this as a perfect holiday read, or a great read when you are restricted from travelling abroad due to the coronavirus and can only live vicariously through novels. I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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  • Fantastic love story

    I don’t read many books like this. This however was highly entertaining would highly recommend. Easy reading not complicated at all

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  • Great romance

    This made such a wonderful, romantic, easy to read. Loved the characters, all of them.

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