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Review: Talk British to Me (Wherever You Go #1) by Robin Bielman

Jun 19, 2017

As the Dating Guy on L.A.‘s top morning show, I give the single guy’s perspective on dating, love, and sex—and I give great advice. Everyone’s hooking up…well, except for me. Sure, I can get any woman I want, but I’ve got a “no relationship” clause in my contract and the only woman I want has “relationship” written all over her. Probably stamped on her ass, too. And wouldn’t I like to confirm that.

Unfortunately, she wants nothing to do with me. At all. Something about the next Ice Age might have even come up in her rebuttal. Adorable. Because she’s determined to ignore what one simple kiss proved: she wants me as badly as I want her.

Everything in me is screaming to go after her, but I’ve got a secret that I’m fairly certain will end up with her roasting my nuts over an open fire. So, job on the line? Check. Nuts on the line? Check. Can’t get her out of my head? Nail…meet coffin. But what a way to go…

   4.5 STARS

Talk British to Me is the first book in Robin Bielman’s Wherever You Go series and what a fabulous start! When these two characters, Mateo (aka Bennett) and Teague bump into each other one evening, you can tell these two are going to have amazing chemistry. But Mateo is under contract to not reveal who his radio personality is (the smooth, sexy talking “British” Dating Guy on a popular radio station-a segment Teague and her friend love to listen to) and he’s not allowed to get into a relationship. He isn’t looking for one, but… Teague is a woman who is all about the commitment.

Even though Mateo plays this sexy, cocky character, he’s a very caring, charming and sweet man underneath. I loved Teague’s character too. She’s this very loveable, sweet, strong character. She moved away to LA from her home in Oregon to be more independent. She’s the baby of her family and they have always been over protective of her, but they’re also a very loving family. I really liked that she wanted to stand on her own two feet.

Mateo is trying to not to fall for Teague, but the more time they spend together, the harder it is not to fall. Teague isn’t sure how much longer she can resist him either, even though she knows he isn’t someone to stick around for the long term. I appreciated that this wasn’t a “race to the finish line” for the hot scenes. It made it even more special and the build-up was just as fun to read about.

I thoroughly enjoyed Talk British to Me and I’m looking forward to more books in this series!

*I received an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*

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Publisher: Entangled Publishing-Embrace Imprint
Pub Date: June 19th, 2017

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