Published by Harperimpulse
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My Rating: 4 stars - good flirty fun
But one impulsive kiss later, they both find themselves wishing for things they didn't know they wanted.
Spring in Chelsea – will love blossom?
Cocktails in Chelsea is a short, flirty and fun read. At just 40 pages it is quick enough to devour when you are commuting, or have a short amount of time to escape into another world. Sofia is up in London for the weekend to meet up with two old friends, one of whom she really isn't very fond of. They come from very different worlds. Sofia is living in Bournemouth and isn't really into glamour and glitz, unlike the other two who make it their aim to transform Sofia for the weekend. They glam up and head off to a local bar, much to Sofia's dismay. But then she sets eyes on Nathan, the barman. He is hot hot hot and it became clear really quickly that there was more than a spark between them. But will that spark explode into a full on flame? I can't reveal!! I enjoyed this latest installment in the #LoveLondon series and Nicki Moore has once again created characters that came to life easily for me. I liked Sofia, she was down to earth and had no interest in being just another girl interested in glamming up and being seen in hotspots. Because I liked her I wanted her to stand up to her friends, and also really go for it with Nathan. This kept me turning the pages to see what would happen. I of course liked Nathan. It took me back to my teenage years of watching Tom Cruise in Cocktail and imagining being wooed by a hot barman (it never happened and I'm far too old now!). He was my guilty pleasure in the story and I was willing to see Sofia live out my wish! Do download this and give it a read to brighten up a boring journey, or to add some spice to a quiet moment. Thanks to Harperimpulse who kindly provided a copy in return for an honest review.