Tell That To My Heart by Eliza J. Scott

Release Date: 06.22.2020


Jemima Dewberry wears her heart on her sleeve. Her weakness for bad boys, coupled with her track record for making bad decisions has led to endless heartbreak. The only trouble is, she can’t seem to kick the habit.

On top of that, her “dream” job at Yorkshire Portions magazine hasn’t turned out to be what she’d hoped, and she seems to have developed the knack of annoying her boss without even trying. It doesn’t help that the new girl seems to have taken an instant dislike to her. All that’s keeping her there are her best friends Anna-Lisa and Aidey, who have picked up the pieces of her shattered heart more times than they care to remember.

When Jemima’s latest boyfriend turns out to be no better than the rest, the hurt and humiliation is almost unbearable. She declares she’s finally through with love, and swears off men for life. But when charismatic Caspar De Verre walks into the office with his dangerous good looks and mesmerising smile, she’s utterly captivated, and her promises to Anna-Lisa and Aidey not to let her heart rule her head are soon forgotten.

But is Caspar all he seems? Anna-Lisa and Aidey have their doubts. And Herbert, the happy-go-lucky black Labrador Jemima’s looking after, doesn’t seem to like him either.

As Jemima falls for Caspar’s charms she finds herself being forced to confront the struggle between her head and her heart. But which one will prove the most powerful?

And will Jemima get the happy-ever-after she so desperately craves?


Tell That To My Heart is a very nice read.
I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know these new characters I hope to see them again in the next book of the series.

Mim, our heroine, is not perfect, she is stressed, her work place has become a nightmare. Since the arrive of her new collegue who acts like a moody teen, and with her unpleasant employers who are waiting for her to make a mistakes to fire her. Her love life is also not pleasant and exciting, it seems like she only starts a relationship with bad men who will mistreat her.
Fortunately she has some great friends who never leave her alone, they always have her best interest at heart when they give her some advices.

I really liked Mim, she is so believable with her lack of self confidence and her ridiculous insecurities but to me she is beautiful nontheless with her shapely figure and psoriasis.


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