Wicked Game Book Review : Would make a great mini series on TV


Wicked Game Book Review : Would make a great mini series on TV

wicked game book review

What I thought about Wicked Game

I really enjoyed this book there is a real mix of characters some you will love and a couple that you will love to hate. There was one particular character that wound me up but when she came to a bad ending it was a shock and still sad.

I think it would make a great mini series on TV as there was so many different things going on.

There are a few different relationships growing as the story progresses involving love, lust, sex, drugs and even violence but nothing is too graphic which I liked as I dont like to detailed sex scenes or violence but there was just enough of the story to let you imagination thing abut the rest.

This is a perfect book for any holiday you are planning as I couldn’t put it down whilst reading by the pool.

I enjoy reading books that are by local authors and Jo Lambert lives in the town next to me cant wait to see what she publishes next.

What is Wicked Game about

Fashion designer Thérèse D’Alesandro has recently moved into Westhead Manor with daughter Felicia and stepson Marco. Joining forces with neighbour Ella Benedict, she is about to open a bridal boutique at Ella’s exclusive wedding venue Lawns at Little Court.

Managing his father’s European restaurant chain, Marco has both the looks and charm to guarantee him any woman. Any woman, that is, except the one he wants: Ella’s niece Charlotte. Marco knows he should walk away as not only is she the most exasperating female he has ever encountered she’s currently in a relationship with rock star Christian Rosetti. But the chemistry between them is undeniable and sensing trouble brewing between Charlotte and the egotistical singer he is prepared to wait.

Charlotte’s cousin Lucy has discovered Christian’s guilty secrets – ones he has been keeping safely hidden from everyone. Determined to cause mischief and at the same time settle her own score with the arrogant star, she sets in motion a chain of events which eventually brings Marco and Charlotte together.

Thérèse’s husband Gianlucca has invited the granddaughter of an old friend to stay as a house guest while he undergoes heart surgery. Rossana Caravello is due to inherit the one of Italy’s premier vineyards on her twenty first birthday in September. Aware this would make an excellent addition to her husband’s international business portfolio, Thérèse plots to push the young heiress and her stepson together.

Rossana is already besotted with Marco, but if the plan is to have any chance of success first she needs to get rid of Charlotte…
Please note Wicked Game was previously published under the title The Other Side of Morning.

Author BIO

jo lambert author bioJo Lambert lives on the eastern edge of Bath with her husband, one small grey feline called Mollie and a green MGB GT. She is the author of seven novels. The first five collectively known as the Little Court Series are saga/romances set in West Somerset. For book number six she ‘moved’ over the border into South Devon. Summer Moved On became the first of two linked contemporary romances. The second, Watercolours in the Rain was published in October 2016. In June 2018 Jo signed to Choc Lit and her eighth novel, The Boys of Summer, set in North Cornwall will be published in 2019 under their Ruby imprint. Jo is currently working on another coastal romance, this time set in South Cornwall.

When she isn’t writing she reads and reviews. She also has an active blog. Jo loves travel, red wine and rock music and she often takes the odd photograph or two.
website: http://jolambertbooks.com
blog: http://jolambertwriter.com
Twitter: @jolambertwriter
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jolambert185

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