Monday, July 23, 2018

Dreaming of Dillon by J.L. Heritage - Guest Blogger Book Review

Sophie loves her job as Assistant PA to Marcus Dillon, even though he's been starring in her dreams for the past few monthhs.
It's the end of the year...Christmas always fills Sophie with dread. Calamity ensues when she has to run festive errands for her boss, and plan a Christmas party she's forgotten she's in charge of!
Marcus is a successful and wealthy entrepreneur. After being viscously betrayed, he's been single for so long that he doubts he'll ever find someone who wants a real relationship, rather than just the accolade of having him on her arm.
The more he gets to know Sophie, the more he realises just how real and endearing she is. It's coming up to Christmas, his favourite time of year, and he's planning on making his move.
Can Sophie mend his broken heart and teach him to trust her after his last betrayal? Can she trust him with the heartbreak she's been hiding?
Can Marcus help her to embrace the season, and teach her to fall in love with Christmas all over again?

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Jennifer's Review
It's a lovely book that I enjoyed reading. 

It's about a girl named Sophie who works at Dillion Enterprises. She falls in love with Marcus, who is her boss. He soon tells her he loves her, and they begin a private relationship. 
Soon, their families meet and have a nice Christmas together. After Christmas and New Years, Marcus asks Sophie to move in with him. 
What her answer is, we wont know till the second part of the book. 
4 stars.

Author Bio
J.L.Heritage, born in Kent in the 1980's, is a British, female author specialising in Women's Fiction. Having lived in both Canada and Oxfordshire, she now resides on the Kent coast. Her debut novel, Dreaming of Dillon, was released in eBook format in November 2016. Set to be the first of a series of works, and with another stand-alone piece in the latter stages of editing, 2017 should see impressive growth for the author's bibliography. 

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