Review: Heavenly Pleasures by Isla Dennes

 



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Summary:

Who would have thought a group of working girls would help Brooke find not only herself but the love of her life, too? But at Heavenly Pleasures, quite a lot of things are possible…

Meet Brooke, a self-confessed shopaholic turned reluctant brothel receptionist, as she stumbles through life, trying to live up to her parents’ and fiancé’s high expectations—at the cost of her now low self-esteem.

Who would have thought a group of working girls would help her rediscover her inner strength and finally tackle her personal demons? But at Heavenly Pleasures, the rules are made to be broken and new opportunities are just around the corner…

Review:

This book is fun! fun! fun! I had so much fun reading the book and wished it would never end.

Brooke, the lead character, is such an ordinary girl with the same ambitions and faults as you and I. Yet, when told in the first person, we get an exclusive insight into her world, her thoughts. I can't help but associate with her on a lot of occasions, from her personal character, to her relationships with her mom. I do hope I don't get to meet a boyfriend as selfish as Brad though.

Two movies that came to mind, though not entirely similar, are Pretty Woman and Confessions of a Shopaholic. But similar to those two, this one is as much a winner to me! I wish they'll make this into a movie too. I'd be the first in line.

Rating: 5 stars

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