Lauren Layne: Walk of Shame

So I have been in a bit of a reading slump lately – nothing, and I mean NOTHING that I had started to read had quite kept my attention past a few pages.

Early last week I got an email from one of my favourite author’s marketing team, asking if I would like to read an advance copy of her upcoming book, Walk of Shame. Er, hell yeah!

This is a book I have been so looking forward to and literally from page one, it had sucked me right in. I practically inhaled it within a few hours.

Snarky and feisty, the banter kept the story going. Snappy barbs and quick wit had the characters spinning and I absolutely loved it. From laugh out loud moments to moments where you felt the characters bruised pride, this book had it all. The characters were completely opposites but the author just made it work. She starts off flighty and ditzy, he comes across mean and boring and yet they somehow grow and show a deeper depth throughout the story.

If you want a light read that will keep you entertained then you have to pre-order Walk of Shame

Pampered heiress Georgianna Watkins has a party-girl image to maintain, but all the shopping and clubbing is starting to feel a little bit hollow—and a whole lot lonely. Though Georgie would never admit it, the highlights of her week are the mornings when she comes home at the same time as her uptight, workaholic neighbor is leaving to hit the gym and put in a long day at the office. Teasing him is the most fun Georgie’s had in years—and the fuel for all her naughtiest daydreams.

Celebrity divorce attorney Andrew Mulroney doesn’t have much time for women, especially spoiled tabloid princesses who spend more time on Page Six than at an actual job. Although Georgie’s drop-dead gorgeous, she’s also everything Andrew resents: the type of girl who inherited her penthouse instead of earning it. But after Andrew caps one of their predawn sparring sessions with a surprise kiss—a kiss that’s caught on camera—all of Manhattan is gossiping about whether they’re a real couple. And nobody’s more surprised than Andrew to find that the answer just might be yes.

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