On the same page by Penelope Janu

Published: 1 December 2018

Publisher:Escape Publishing

Length:368 pages

My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐

Blurb:

By day Miles Franklin, named after the famous author, is a successful lawyer. By night, in secret, she writes historical romance novels under the pen name Emma Browning. When ‘Emma’s’ novels win one of Australia’s biggest literary awards, Miles’s perfectly ordered life begins to unthread at the bindings. Especially when Lars Kristensen, CEO of the publishing company contracted to publish the prize-winning books, insists on meeting the author.

Besides mutual antipathy and sexual attraction, socially anxious Miles and supremely confident Lars have nothing in common. Nothing. But the more time they spend together, the more blurred the lines between fact and fiction and love and hate become.

Miles is determined to both protect her privacy and to keep writing-even if it means mastering pole dancing, choreographing a love scene in the back of a horse-drawn carriage, and confronting the prejudices of her parents and publishers.

Like the heroines in her books, Miles has the grit to stand her ground. But Lars has the smouldering looks, arrogance and pride of all her romantic heroes rolled into one. And he is good at reading between the lines. Who is going win this battle of wills? Can Miles and Lars ever be on the same page?

My Review: this book has flaws but if you are looking for something to pass the time it’s an okay read.

I found Miles much to flighty considering her background. She runs from any conflict and arguments which as a lawyer would impact your employability.

The romance is surface level. I don’t think Miles and Lars are happy ever after true love but they work.

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

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