Mr. Knightsbridge by Louise Bay

Release Date: 07.07.2020


Dexter Daniels prefers gems over women. Emeralds over girlfriends. Diamonds over marriage.

He might be the most successful jeweler of his generation, a loyal friend and some say the most handsome man in London, but his past means he doesn’t deal in love.

When Hollie Lumen enters the ballroom where exquisite royal jewels are on display, she brings Dexter’s world to a screeching halt. Despite her hand-me-down dress and borrowed shoes, Hollie is even more stunning than the jewelry. Feisty, funny and ferociously independent, she’s all Dexter can see.

Hollie Lumen can’t catch a break. She thought an internship in London was her chance to escape her responsibilities back in Oregon and for her dreams to come true. When she’s fired only a few weeks after touching down, she’s ready to give up and go home. Hollie never asks for help. She knows the only person she can rely on is herself.

So what’s she going to do about the tall, dark, handsome stranger who keeps rescuing her?

She’s going to rescue him right back.


Mr. Knightsbridge was a sweet, enjoyable read.

Dexter is rich and famous, Hollie makes ends meet by working in a factory dreaming of becoming a jeweller.The first is a british jeweller, the second is an american intern.
Their very different worlds collide during a party where were all the attendees of the competition for the creation of the Finnish's royal jewels.
Will love at first sight be strong enough to survive a fierce competition and the hurdles life put on their way??

I loved how Dexter and Hollie call each other flaws, and how they also make each other think and reconsider their actions. It seems like these two have known each other for a long time given their connection and complicity.
I'm here once again to recommend a book written by Louise Bay because she always entralls me with her words.


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