A Brit Complicated (Castle Calder Series)

A Brit Complicated (Castle Calder Series)

by Brenda St John Brown
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Overview

A Brit Complicated (Castle Calder Series) by Brenda St John Brown

Shagging the boss is one thing.

Scarlett St Julien likes her job well enough. Her boss? Total wanker. Even if he is sexy AF. After all, they don’t call him Bradley Walking-Sex for nothing.

When Bradley asks her to show him around London, it’s another thing on Scarlett’s task list. At least until the spark between them ignites. And it is H-O-T.

Falling for him? Way. Worse

It turns out Bradley Walking-Sex is smart and funny, as well as — you guessed it — oh-so-sexy. But he’s still the boss. A fling with him is one thing. Falling for him? Well, that’s not an option. Is it?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154946435
Publisher: Brenda St John Brown
Publication date: 10/11/2017
Series: Castle Calder Series
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 71,649
File size: 735 KB

About the Author

Brenda is a displaced New Yorker living in the English countryside. She’s lived in the UK long enough to gain dual citizenship, but still doesn’t understand Celsius. However, she has learned the appropriate use of the word “pants”. And how to order a proper bacon bap/barm/buttie. Because, well, bacon.

Brenda writes contemporary romance to make you giggle and swoon. When she’s not writing, she enjoys hiking, running and reading. In theory, she also enjoys cooking, but it’s more that she enjoys eating and, try as she might, she can’t live on Doritos alone.

For more information or to connect with Brenda visit http://brendastjohnbrown.com/

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A Brit Complicated (Castle Calder Series) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
LightningCityBookReview 10 days ago
The Castle Calder series remains solid with the Enemies to Lovers/Forbidden Fruit Boss third installment "A Brit Complicated". Scarlett's a little slow to warm up to as she's a bit cranky and plenty judgy at the book's beginning. Since the story is told from Scarlett's Point of View, Bradley, our Hero appears stiff and expresses himself rather harshly. As the book progresses and the couple spends more time together they evolve. Bradley's a bit of a work-a-holic and doesn't think about how what he says sounds to others. He isn't as big a jerk as he sounds. His stiffness is his being unsure as to whether his presence is welcome during office social-times since he's the boss. Scarlett admits to being judgmental and also concedes when she's wrong. This couple definitely brings out the best in each other. The Romance and Characters sparkle in this novel. Scarlett starts out as not an easy-to-love Heroine which makes "A Brit Complicated" slightly challenging to get into. However Bradley is such a charming and intriguing character you want to keep reading to get to know him better. In turn Scarlett's judgments and assumptions are exposed and she becomes more likable. The romance between Bradley and Scarlett is stellar. Although the sex scenes aren't extremely descriptive they are steamy. The chemistry that Bradley and Scarlett share and the banter they exchange is electric and amusing. Their "courtship" is just plain adorable. Brenda St. John Brown allows all the previous series Heroes and Heroines to put their two-pence in during this book. Which is great fun. In short, "A Brit Complicated" is Simply enchanting. To read the entire review please visit: http://wp.me/p4XqxF-2bH This novel was provided, voluntarily read, and honestly reviewed.
trosado 11 days ago
5 STARS! A Brit Complicated has officially become my favorite Brenda St. John Brown book. What a great read! It was fun, sexy, sweet, and realistic. I loved all of the characters - main and secondary. Not that I didn't enjoy previous books by this author, but I feel she increased her craft 10-fold with this book. Brenda St. John Brown created a believable work setting, realistic relationship conflict, and stellar character development. In fact, I absolutely loved the characterization of the hero, Bradley. His character did not deviate. Even as he softened towards Scarlett, he was still a dedicated businessman who stood by his beliefs in how he conducted his business and personal life. I respected that in Bradley's character and in the author's consistency. A Brit Complicated is an extremely well-written, low angst romantic comedy that tugged on my heart in the best way. (This is my voluntary and honest review of an advanced copy of A Brit Complicated.)