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Definitely, maybe...or love, actually?
English professor Bonnie Blythe expects her life to play out like her favorite novels, especially now that her long-term boyfriend has finally proposed. So when a shocking discovery leads Bonnie to end her engagement, she decides to close the book on love. But the plot thickens when a brand-new character enters the scene - and quickens Bonnie's heart.
With his brilliant blue eyes, sexy accent, and irresistible charm, Theo Wharton is like a romantic hero straight out of a Jane Austen novel. When fate places Bonnie in England for a summer - conveniently close to Theo - she realizes a hot friends-with-benefits fling is exactly what she needs to start a fresh chapter. Just as Bonnie begins to believe she's falling in love, an eye-opening revelation into Theo's life makes Bonnie feel like she's wandered into one of her favorite books. Will Bonnie have the courage to risk her heart and turn the page with the dashing Brit to find her true happy ending after all?
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Yes, I was smitten by your Brit Melonie Johnson!
"Smitten by the Brit" is the second book in the "Sometimes in Love" series.
It sequels "Getting hot with the Scot" (Cassie and Logan's story)
Ms Johnson uses Shakespeare and Austen references throughout this book and it fits this story perfectly. I haven't read any Shakespeare or Austen works (yet) , only seen a play and movie adaptations. But I loved it. It made me fell even more for Theo the Brit and Bonnie.
Because of all the back story in book 1, I highly recommend (but not necessary) reading it before starting on "Smitten by the Brit"
Like with the first book the thing I'm most annoyed with is the POV. In this book it could've been more clearly devided between Bonnie's POV and Theo's POV, it would make the reading flow better.
That said, I think the writing in this book is better than it was in the previous book. The flow is better.
All in all, I'm smitten. Simply as that.
And then there is the battle between Logan the Scot and Theo the Brit.
I'm torn. I love the Scottish brogue and I love the British gentleman. Might just be a tie... No, I don't think I can choose one over the other.