Review of The Vintage Girl by Hester Browne

Book Review (1)Rating: 🖤🖤🖤🖤

Series: N/A

Pages: 352

Format: Audiobook, Paperback

Genre: Contemporary Romance

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The Vintage Girl By Hester Browne was a bit of a whim purchase for me. I usually love Erotic Romance, but to be honest the ‘Vintage’ part of the title pulled me in. I love all things vintage, and I loved the look of the cover.
I decided to use my Audible credit to purchase this book and was not disappointed. I loved Cathleen McCarron’s voice. She was perfect for the novel.
Evie Nicholson works in a antiques store, and is a bit obsessed with all things in the past. She is invited to Kettlesheer, a struggling family mansion to value some of their stuff, and they are skint!

It was the casual rudeness that spoke of a long, long British male friendship.

Evie meets Robert McAndrew, son, and heir to the mansion, and sort of maybe falls for him.
To be honest, it was a good story, and I loved the detail of the house, the antiques, and the dancing., but I do think for me, she fell short of the romance. Other than some odd moon eyes and one kiss, there was none. That’s not to say this wasn’t a great book, but for me when it comes to romance, I love the works. Dates, mates, sex, attraction, lust.. it just didn’t have this.




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