Book Review: Hot Pursuit by Rebecca Freeborn

Synopsis

Sarah Burrowes is left with a shattered heart and a huge mortgage after the love of herHot Pursuit life abrubtly runs out on her.
An aspiring journalist, Sarah spends her days slaving away at a gossip magazine – far from her dream job.
Heartbroken and fed up, Sarah decides to take her career by the reins and lands herself the assignment of a lifetime in Europe. But there’s a catch – her boss pairs her with gorgeous but egocentric photographer, Nick, who just happens to be her ex’s best friend.
But when Sarah’s assignment takes a darker turn, she discovers there’s more to this story than meets the eye. Is she ready to risk everything to get the scoop?

Review

Image result for three and a half out of five stars

Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing me with a free copy in exchange for an honest review

This was a light an easy read following Sarah as she struggles with being left by her boyfriend James and is struggling with the aftermath. For an added bonus it’s a romance with a mystery involved which helped keep me interested throughout the story. Unfortunately for me the book just didn’t quite hit the mark. It was enjoyable but I had a really hard time connecting with Sarah and at times just found myself frustrated with her. While it is also quite a humorous novel I think it could have done with being a bit more serious at times. Overall a good escapist read but probably not one I would pick up again.

Rating: 3.5/5

Would I read again: No

Would I Recommend: No

Would I read another book from this author: Yes

 

 

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