Review: Monogamy Twist by Nancy Jardine

Welcome to 2017!  Today I get to bring to you a great book to start your year off.  Monogamy Twist has the drama of a Shakespearean play with the modern language.  For my full review keep reading.  Have a great week and a great beginning to a new year!

25226123Book Blurb:

Luke Salieri thought he’d seen everything. But when he inherits a dilapidated English estate from a woman he’s never heard of—and with quirky conditions besides—it’s a mystery he wants resolved immediately. There must be a woman out there who can meet his needs. But how far will he have to go to persuade her?
Lucrative employment for a whole year? The job of researching the old house and its fantastic contents is enticing – but Rhia Ashton can’t see herself living with gorgeous Luke Salieri and not wanting his body as well. Can she live and sleep with him for a whole year and then walk away? Rhia has her own ideas about what will make it worth her while.

Review:

Luke has experienced a lot in his life.  What he doesn’t expect is getting a delapidated English estate from a woman he has never heard of before.  He also doesn’t expect the strange stipulations that are placed on him when it comes to getting his inheritance.  Wit the help of a Rhia, a lodger on the property, they will try to uncover the history of this estate, piece together why Luke inherited it and possibly find something with each other that they don’t expect.

I really liked this book.  It was incredibly well written and managed to tell both of the characters view points without getting lost in the story.  Luke and Rhia are great.  You really see them develop from being two individuals to the complicated the relationship between them.  The European setting will make anyone want to go explore.  The ambience of the English estate with all its secrets and stories behind closed doors really added depth to it.  In fact, that is what truly keeps this book moving.  The relationship between Luke and Rhia is an added bonus.  The research Rhia does really brought out the researcher in me and made me want to find the nearest English manor and investigate.  Overall, this was an imaginative book with a great story and set of characters.  This definitely started my year off on the right foot.

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