Wednesday, 24 May 2017

My turn for the review of Spandex and the City by Jenny Colgan - 4**


Mild-mannered publicist Holly Phillips is unlucky in love. She's embarrassed beyond belief when the handsome stranger she meets in a bar turns out to be 'Ultimate Man' - a superpowered hero whose rescue attempt finds her hoisted over his shoulder and flashing her knickers in the newspaper the next day.

But when Holly's fifteen minutes of fame make her a target for something villainous, she only has one place to turn - and finds the man behind the mask holds a lot more charm than his crime-fighting alter-ego.

Can Holly find love, or is superdating just as complicated as the regular kind?


Want something different? Want a good laugh? Then this is the book for you. I read it in one go - it's non-stop and hysterically funny!

Holly is a lovely character and "Ultimate Man" is wonderful! I could see him so clearly in his purple costume and really wished I could find one like him!

Jenny has a great sense of humour and this really comes through. Perfect light read!

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

Amazon UK: £4.99

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