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Playing House by Amy Andrews
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it was amazing

I am loving this series, MS Andrews has a way with words that is magical, she knows how to write steamy and fun and moving and fabulous. This is Bodie’s story, tough rugby player and Eleanor (Nell) farm girl and specialist seamstress, two very different people that see each other across a room and bang instant attraction sit back and enjoy this one.

Eleanor is a quiet twenty six year old female living on the farm and dreaming of life in the nineteenth century, she loves Austen and Heyer and sewing fabulous vintage dresses and underwear from that era, she is also the sister of Ryder one of the Sydney Smoke players and a quirky sister, not the beautiful one according to her, but when she is at Ryder’s engagement party she is spotted by the wall just hanging out by Bodie Sydney Some player, and there is a spark, and Eleanor’s life is about to change.

When Bodie notices the beautiful woman dressed in the gorgeous corset trying to hide behind the palm he is attracted to her like he hasn’t been in a long time and cannot resist making himself known to her, and he is most pleased when she agrees to meet him in his room for a night of pleasure, and woohoo what a night it is, but sadly she is gone in the morning and he is none the wiser how to get in contact with her because he wants more of Eleanor, 2 months later she rings him and wants to see him with a surprise and he is rather shocked as to who she is, he has crossed a line here but what can he do he is so drawn to her.

Eleanor and Bodie just melted me in this story, honestly I was laughing out loud as they started their very sensual and steamy journey of getting to know each other I loved the vintage underwear that Bodie loved as well, there of course are always ups and downs in any relationship and there is emotion and tears. I just love Eleanor so much what a girl, and Bodie has a hard time convincing Eleanor that he truly is in love with her and the way he does it OMG is just so good, don’t miss this one, it really is fabulous there was lots of laughter, tears and such joy and bliss, the clothing the references to Austen and Heyer the Victorian era I loved so much, MS Andrews you rocked this one I loved it.
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Reading Progress

September 4, 2018 – Shelved
September 4, 2018 – Shelved as: to-read
September 6, 2018 – Started Reading
September 7, 2018 – Finished Reading

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