venerdì 27 luglio 2018

Playing for Keeps by Rosa Temple


Release Date: 02.12.2018


Synopsis:

Love, Life, and a Whole Lotta Handbags.

Having papered over the cracks in her relationship with artist boyfriend Anthony, Magenta Bright is fully focused on opening her first shop on the King’s Road – and on coaching her best friend – vodka-swilling, catty supermodel Anya – through her unexpected pregnancy.

But with Anthony away in Italy on a lucrative commission, the distance between them is more than metaphoric. And then Magenta’s ex, Hugo, shows up, the man she once lost her heart to. At one time there was nothing more important to Magenta than fashion and fun, and throwing herself into every drama that passes her way. But now Magenta’s world is rocked by questions of life and death, and how she would cope if the people closest to her were gone for good.

At work, she can’t seem to put a foot wrong, but in her personal life she’s her own worst enemy. And the stakes have never been higher…
 


Review:


Playing for Keeps was a good closure for Magenta's glorious deeds.
It was a little more serious and dramatic than the previous books but it still is an enjoyable read.

In this third installment our Magenta is all grown up,she is a responsible business woman but she will definitely find some ways to create friction in her personal relationships.
I loved these characters,I grew so fond of them that the epilogue made me really happy.

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