Did Someone Order Room Service?: HarperImpulse Contemporary Fiction (A Novella) (Do Not Disturb, Book 2)

Did Someone Order Room Service?: HarperImpulse Contemporary Fiction (A Novella) (Do Not Disturb, Book 2)

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by Charlotte Phillips
     
 
HarperImpulse Contemporary Romance NovellaWant to know more about Did Someone Order Room Service?GAME. SET. MATCH.Has American Tennis Pro Matt Stanton finally found his match in uptight hotel employee Layla Jones? Find out in this deliciously naughty novella - the second book in the Do Not Disturb Series!

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HarperImpulse Contemporary Romance NovellaWant to know more about Did Someone Order Room Service?GAME. SET. MATCH.Has American Tennis Pro Matt Stanton finally found his match in uptight hotel employee Layla Jones? Find out in this deliciously naughty novella - the second book in the Do Not Disturb Series!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780007532049
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
10/03/2013
Series:
Do Not Disturb , #2
Sold by:
HarperCollins Publishers
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
108
Sales rank:
190,658
File size:
2 MB

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I live in Wiltshire, UK, where I squash writing in between looking after my family, who have been taught not to notice that I’m rubbish at housework. I love watching American TV shows in my pyjamas and I can’t live without coffee and cake.

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Did Someone Order Room Service?: HarperImpulse Contemporary Fiction (A Novella) (Do Not Disturb, Book 2) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
PrincessFiona More than 1 year ago
This was surprisingly good considering the short length. Layla Jones was never likely to meet Matt Stanton in the normal run of things. She had good reason to despise the sort of cult celebrity that brought groupies to his door. Thrown together at her hotel, the attraction is instantaneous. The emotions came after. Matt is the epitome of the playboy one night stand celebrity tennis player. After her childhood, watching her mother trail after rock stars that kind of life repulses Layla. I liked how they started to talk to each other and found out there was much more to both of them than the surface image. Some of the justifications and explanations at the end got a little repetitive but otherwise it was a lovely well structured story with a hero and heroine to relate to. Sizzle was well done and ending satisfactory. More a HFN than a HEA but with hope for the future.