Love Through a Lens Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
The best thing about Love Through a Lens were the characters, Edward in particular. He's a well-known British actor, presenting a documentary very close to his heart on the English moors. Celine is much younger than Edward and filming for a notch on her CV. There's just something between these two. I was pretty delighted to find the subject of the documentary to be my home turf and an area I know much about, but I am convinced it will be equally enjoyable to those who don't know the area. What could be hotter than enforced close proximity, nights under the stars and tension that builds?
I cannot lie and say that I didn't want more from these two. More story, more future. However, I don't feel short changed. I liked the writing style and would read more from this author.
The author provided a copy of this book in return for an honest review.
Reviewed for Jo&IsaLoveBooks Blog.
Camerawoman Celine takes a job with the older, more famous and beloved crush of UK housewives, Edward. Whilst filming him for his new show, Celine sees everything through her lens. As she struggles with her own crush, she soon realises it goes both ways. Can Celine and Edward see past the 30 year age difference?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got this book for an honest review. This was a short but good book. Would have been nice if maybe there was an epilogue, but like I said good book over all.Published 2 months ago by amandarsanchez4
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