Part three of the London Romance series, A Girl Called London by Clare Lydon is heaps better than the first book (which was ok, pretty nice, but not quite worth four stars IMnsHO).
Here are again two women who are quite different from each other: Tanya who on the outside is the super confident, successful, even seemingly entitled, type – and Sophie, who needs a new job on short notice and is definitely not interested in a relationship. They keep running into each other, and after a bunch of coincidences they’re off to a road trip together!
It’s not all fluff but then again, nothing too heavy or angst-ridden, although the bits about homophobia may hit too close to home for some of us. You know there’s going to be a happy ending, and the only thing you wonder is how and when – and what about that situation or this character…
The characters are great – multifaceted, believable, far from perfect. And there are dogs! Dogs make everything better (ask any dog-owner).
This was a really enjoyable read, and now it looks like I’ll have to read the rest of the series. The fourth, newest book is out at the end of this month (27th June, 2018) and I’ve only read two so far!