The girl who ran away from fame to become a lawyer.
After her popstar boyfriend publicly humiliates her, Jane wants to start a new life away from media scrutiny. Maybe even find a new man.
wants a partnership in his patent law firm. He just has to prove he’s totally focussed on his work. No distractions. No office romance. Unless, of course, no one knows about it.
The last thing Jane needs is to have her picture splashed
on the front page of a gossip magazine. To makes matters worse, the only person who could have told the paparazzi where Jane was… is Marshall.
I found Jane particularly refreshing: a character who, for once, instead of seeking the limelight just wants to escape and live a quiet life. Of course, even moving town and altering her appearance won’t
be enough to stop the paparazzi chasing her. How she deals with this is very well described.
I enjoyed watching the relationship between Jane and her colleague, Marshall develop. The obstacles to true love are realistically described and I love the
fact that, in the end, all the characters get what they deserve.
The story is told partly through narrative and partly through emails. In the beginning I did find this quite confusing but once the characters made themselves known everything became clearer
and it seemed to work.
All in all this is a lovely, sweet, feel-good romance that I found extremely enjoyable and whenever I reluctantly had to put it down, I found myself eagerly anticipating the next chapter.
Best for ….
An easy, light-hearted read that will cheer you up