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  • Classic Lauren Layne snarky romance

    Second in the series about three women who discover that they were all seeing the same man, at his funeral! Clare Hayes is the unfortunate widow of the philanderer. Now a year after his death she is coming to realise that she is lonely, living in an ugly, old-fashioned brownstone on Lexington Avenue, her life is boring and beige, heck even her favourite flavour is vanilla. All her society friends fell away, not entirely their fault, and she has nothing to occupy her days any longer. So she decides to use what little money she has from her husband's estate to renovate the house. But then she realises she has chosen shades of beige and cream and white to decorate her house - no colour, no personality - just like her. Scott Turner is a wealthy successful property developer but recently he has become a bit jaded with high-rise corporate behemoths and is looking to reenergise himself. Despite his better judgement he is instantly drawn to the ugly brownstone, he can see how good the structure is, and how wonderful it will look when renovated, even if the owner is some spoilt trophy wife who wants to decorate the entire house in Pepto-Bismol pink. He's renovating this house despite the owner! I love a secret millionaire, grumpy contractor, opposites attract and this one has it all. After a couple of books that didn't really do it for me Lauren Layne has come back with a sassy, sweet, snarky romance that ticked all my boxes.

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