Nina Jones and the Temple of Gloom, Paperback Book

Nina Jones and the Temple of Gloom Paperback

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Get your teeth into this devilishly racy romantic adventure that's full of surprises!All work and no play makes Nina a dull girl...

But when you're PA to a celebrity chef who's even tastier than one of his delicious dishes you can't help loving your job. And what's wrong with fancying the pants off your boss?

Erm, everything if he's married to someone else. So when Nina meets sexy Spaniard Juan, she's thrilled to escape to a new life abroad... until Juan does a runner with her hard-earned cash. Nina has no choice but to head home and brave 'The Temple of Gloom' - a gothic flat with some unusual inhabitants.

Nina's had enough of bloodsuckers. But is her mysterious neighbour Viktor really a vampire?


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
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  • Category: Romance
  • ISBN: 9780755341412

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I don't know what has happened with this author. Her books used to be great. Maybe she changed editor? Now they have a huge chunk of entirely unnecessary back story at the front. Almost half this book is pointless. It could have been summarised in a throwaway line - or the back story discovered as you go through, to give some suspense via gradual disclosure. They say with romances you should start the book with your hero and heroine meeting up as soon as possible, because thats what the reader is interested in, and you should want them to be interested. Well, I was bored for a lot of this and didn't care for the heroine. The only reason I kept going is because I knew the author used to write better books than this. If you keep going there is good characterisation and plotting and you do start to like the heroine a bit, but its a bit late to build a relationship with the hero by then and likeisay, I didn't have much goodwill left.

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