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The Interview: New York & Los Angeles by Sandi Lynn

Two hot bachelors in two different cities; what more could you ask for?

Anti-relationship – Check Dysfunctional family – Check Moved three thousand miles away from my dysfunctional family – Check Dream job – Check

My name is Laurel Holloway and I’m twenty-seven years old. I moved to Seattle four years ago to pursue my dream job as a journalist for the Seattle Times and to get as far away from my dysfunctional family as possible. One of my assignments was to interview and write an article on two well-known hot and sexy bachelors who were self-made millionaires under the age of thirty-five. Women wanted to know why they were still single.

Millionaire bachelor number one lived in Los Angeles and millionaire bachelor number two lived in New York. Both men were damaged and very private and refused to be interviewed, so I had to use my creative ways to change their minds. I was getting those interviews one way or another. Little did I know when I embarked on this adventure that these men would have a huge impact on my life, and one of them would change my world forever.

My Review

4 / 5

This is a fun, easy and enjoyable read which is why I have rated this book as a 4. The main character Laurel is funny, confident and knows exactly what she wants. I read the book in a few hours and is a perfect bit of light reading.

Laurel is tasked with interviewing two eligible, millionaire bachelors; both of which are extremely hot in their own unique way. Craig and Wyatt are secretive but Laurel is persistent and slowly gets them to open up. Laurel is a journalist but I liked how she wasn’t cut throat to get her stories. Both Craig and Wyatt are appealing but I wish there was more on Craig and where his storyline went.

I found this a surprisingly, delightful read and I will be downloading the second book in the series. If you’re a lover of Lynn or a fun romance then this is certainly the book for you.

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