Tuesday, 6 October 2015
Book Review | Victoria Browne | Third Time Lucky: The Honey Trap
Third Time Lucky: The Honey Trap
Author: Victoria Browne
Title: Third Time Lucky: The Honey Trap
Genre: Business, Finance, Law, Romance, Society, Politics, Philosophy, Social Sciences, Multicultural Studies
Synopsis: A fast moving witty chick lit drama that will take you on a journey of laughter and revelations. Good friends Sarah a sensible simple soul, Laura bitchy complicated, Beth a ‘too cool for school’ high school teacher, and Jess a funky hairdresser, decide to honey trap Jess's new American boyfriend Richard. How could such a simple plan go wrong? Just add Jess’s new flat mate, hot sexy Elise to the mix, a few glasses of wine and you have a cocktail fit for disaster – especially when Elise honey traps the wrong boyfriend! Good friends are all Sarah needs when her uncomplicated life is jettisoned into chaos. Dan, Sarah’s boyfriend makes some shady life choices. But who is friend and who is foe? Wealthy bachelor Lee Preston sets his sights on Sarah and all Lee wants is to make her happy. Life could be fantastic when money is no object and your closet is filled with designer shoes, Oh, and his with secrets.
Review: This is a book that crosses through many genres so it is much more exciting than a book that is connected to a specific genre. I really enjoyed reading this book and got lost in the story from the moment that I started to read this book. I felt like I was actually a part of the story and not just reading a book. I would enjoy this book more if I had a physical copy of the book as I just prefer to have something that I can hold and feel rather than digital copies. I would recommend this book to any avid reader who enjoys getting lost in a story.
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars