Written by Sasha Morgan
Scandal is the perfect rip-roaring, bonk-busting horsey escapist read for fans of Jilly Cooper and Tilly Bagshawe.
As the new custodian of the ancestral home, Treweham Hall, Tobias Cavendish-Blake soon discovers exactly what he’s inherited. Instant financial action is needed if the Hall is to survive the mounting debts it’s racking up. Adding insult to injury the family is forced to sell the Gate House on the estate to lottery winners Gary and Tracy Belcher – not the kind of neighbours Tobias was hoping for.
Megan Taylor inherits her grandmother’s country cottage in the village of Treweham and decides to make a fresh start there, taking a job at the local country pub.
When Megan meets Tobias, the attraction is clear, but she is determined to resist his charms, put off by his reputation and that of his best friends – the rakish Seamus Fox, son of a millionaire race horse trainer and dastardly jockey Dylan Delany. But Tobias is a hard man to resist…
What a Great Read!
I haven’t read a ‘bonk-buster’ for years and approached this one with a little uncertainty .. but this is so much MORE than the blurb says. What a great read!
With a good mix of characters from all walks of life, readers would do well to leave their preconceptions behind. There is sadness, happiness and a bit of naughtiness too .. country life will never seem simple again! A couple of loathesome characters really add flavour and there are plenty of giggles along the way. I definitely got caught up in the story and raced my way through this one .. a very enjoyable book, and one I have no hesitation in recommending.
My thanks to publishers Aria for pre-approving my requests via NetGalley. This is my honest, original and unbiased review.
Tags: humour, romance
- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 727.0 KB
- Print Length: 264 pages
- Publisher: Aria
- Publication Date: 1 February 2018
- Link to Buy: http://amzn.eu/b3Grtfv
Meet the Author
I live in a village by the coast in Lancashire with my husband and Labrador dog, Zac and have one grown up son. I write mainly contemporary fiction, with a touch of ‘spice’, probably due to all the Jilly Cooper novels I read as a teenager! Besides writing, I love drinking wine, walking the dog and curling up with a good book.