DIRTY HEADLINES BY L.J SHEN
WOW…. AMAZING, AND LOVELY BOOK TO READ IN THS LOCKDOWN SITUATION, ROMCOM BOOK WHICH I ENJOYED ALOT,
From the beginning it got me and and took my heart away not only I am in love with
Celìan but I love Judith equally, infect I love every single character except of Bloody bastard Mathias
I would give this book literally 5🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
Book was written extremely well , first encounter between jude and celian was outstanding .
They start to give witty remarks to each other since they met very 1st time in a bar
Celian : “Semi-drunk and conventionally beautiful: a predator’s wet dream.”
Judith : “Or a horny man’s worst nightmare,”
and till end their banter never stop
The Jesus part was awesome that will put a smile on your face whenever it comes in book
Sex was so hot and steamy throughout the book that make your panty wet but my favourite was the very 1st in the hotel room because of the way Celian initiate it,
Celian is …
, self assured ,
Friendly and caring
They were pole opposite to each other but were perfect match.
Their push and pull relationship ,
100 % chemistry between them that eventually they fell hard in love with each other
I would highly recommend this book ,and I assure you all will not be disappointed,
It will make you smile and happy and you will enjoy every bit of this book
Worth more than 5 star
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I could have impressed him, if not for last month’s unforgettable one-night stand.I left it with more than orgasms and a pleasant memory–namely, his wallet.Now he’s staring me down like I’m the dirt under his Italian loafers, and I’m supposed to take it.But the thing about being Judith “Jude” Humphry is I have nothing to lose.Brooklyn girl.Infamously quirky.Heir to a stack of medical bills and a tattered couch.When he looks at me from across the room, I see the glint in his eyes, and that makes us rivals.He knows it.So do I. Every day in the newsroom is a battle.Every night in his bed, war.But it’s my heart at stake, and I fear I’ll be raising the white flag.