Time Frame Series Book One: Lust. Mechanics. Mini Cooper. by Elle Brookes

Time Frame Series Book One: Lust. Mechanics. Mini Cooper.

byElle Brookes

Kobo ebook | June 15, 2014

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Adventure-romance author, Lesley Meryn, has lived her own share of adventures. But the one thing she has never experienced is the "coupe de foudre", the Lightning-Bolt of Love. Connected by years of friendship to the sexy action-movie star, Jason Hambrey, Jax, the two really are "just friends" but the paparazzi are merciless, making their lives and their friendship almost impossible to sustain. When Lesley's Aunt dies, leaving her a piece of property in North Yorkshire, Lesley is mystified. Her aunt kept it a secret. Lesley travels to London and learns her that her aunt leased the property twenty-five years before to an 'Historical Research Society'. The lease on the property is up for renewal. Before she makes her decision; Lesley travels to the farm to investigate Nothing could prepare her for what she finds at the farm. Miles Sherwood is dark, devious, and desperate. He's the very last person one would consider the head of a stuffy British 'Historical Society' Lesley finds him insufferable, yet irresistibly attractive. The two unknowingly share a deep connection. Whether they like it or not...it's Lightning-Time!
Title:Time Frame Series Book One: Lust. Mechanics. Mini Cooper.Format:Kobo ebookPublished:June 15, 2014Publisher:Elle BrookesLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1311244433

ISBN - 13:9781311244437


Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lust. Mechanics. Mini Cooper. The odd name for this novel is very revealing. The entire novel is a little off centre. It definitely wasn?t what I was expecting based on the blurb. Brookes developed a varied story over a large area, continents to be exact. Her descriptions allow you to picture the scenes without taking away your ability to use your imagination. That said, I was expecting this story to be rather witty and quite comical. It did have its comedic moments, but didn?t quite live up to that. The characters in this novel were definitely individuals, and developed as such. The fact that none of the characters were perfect made them much more real. Brooks spends a great deal of time developing the characters and their histories. It puts a lag on the storyline itself but allows you to get to know the characters quite well. As a whole, this was an intriguing and well written novel, but just a little hard to get into.
Date published: 2014-08-24