Thirty Days Have September By: Bibi Paterson



Title:  Thirty Days Have September
Author: Bibi Paterson
Published By: Bronwyn Paterson
Reviewed By:  Arlena Dean
Rating: 4
Review:

"Thirty Days Have September" by BiBi Paterson

Set in London and Brighton, Thirty Days is a fabulously provocative romance series that gives you a very steamy love affair between a hot guy and an unsure heroine, baked goods and some rather unexpected twists and turns along the way.

Shy and unassuming, Abigail James loves to bake. She dreams of opening her own dessert café but instead she spends her days working as a data analyst and sneaking in her cakes as the company’s ‘diet assassin’ on the side.

Taylor Hudson, the enigmatic owner of Hudson International, has been captivated by Abby’s innocence and quiet charm since the day she started working for the company. However, his history with women is marred by personal circumstances and he has vowed to stay away.

A chance meeting sees Abby’s world turned upside down when, drawn in by Taylor’s chocolate brown eyes and unexpected kindness, she starts on a journey of attraction that will see her heart and soul laid bare.

While their attraction is mutual, both Abby and Taylor have their own inner demons that they need to overcome if their relationship can move forward for them to find their own happily ever after.

Due to the nature of the content this book is intended for mature audiences.


What I liked from the read....

"Thirty Day Have September" may have started similar to 'Fifty Shades' starting off but it wasn't and the more I read there were many surprises that came from this novel. Be prepared to be on a emotional ride where you may even tear up a bit from some of the chapters. I thought this novel was very intriguing and was well written producing a enjoyable read with some hot, steamy heat wrenching moments. This novel was really interesting of it being produced in a thirty day concept of twist and turns telling this story. The characters for the most part will keep your attention in this story line and keep you turning the pages till the end. I was sad at the end which was done brilliantly.. only you will soon find that the story left you hanging for the next novel. 








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