Hopelessly Devoted to Holden Finn

Posted 30 January 2014 by Emma Poulloura in Reviews / 1 Comment

I received this book for free From the Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Hopelessly Devoted to Holden FinnHopelessly Devoted to Holden Finn by Tilly Tennant
Also by this author: The Man Who Can't Be Moved, Mishaps and Mistletoe, Little Acts of Love, Just Like Rebecca, The Parent Trap
Published by LAW on 30th January 2014
Genres: Contemporary, Fiction, Humour, Love & Romance, Romance
Pages: 276
Format: eBook
Source: From the Author
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There’s only one man for Bonnie, and that’s Holden Finn.

The problem is that Holden Finn is a twenty-three-year-old pop megastar with his boy band, Every Which Way, and has no idea she exists. Not only that, but half the women in the world want to be Mrs Finn, including Bonnie’s teenage daughter, Paige. The real men in Bonnie’s life do nothing but let her down, but a man you can’t possibly have can never do that… right? She’s safe inside her fantasy bubble.

Then Paige wins a radio competition to meet Holden and the band, and Bonnie’s carefully-constructed world starts to unravel. She is about to find out that you should be very, very careful what you wish for …

Happy Pub day Tilly!!!! I really enjoyed this book I thought it was funny, romantic and perfect for curling up on the sofa with a cup of warm tea.

I really liked Bonnie. She is a sweet woman. She loves Paige to pieces and would do absolutely anything to make her happy, which is evident throughout the book.

Paige is your typical teenager, she complains about everything her mum does but deep down she loves her really.

Linda is a  really good friend. She knows what’s best for Bonnie before she did and she did everything in her power to try to make it happen.

I loved Jeanie. She’s really cool and she’s always been there for Bonnie and Paige when they needed her.

I really hated Henri. He’s a mean and selfish man. He spent too long getting away with treating Paige and Bonnie like  crap.

Max oh wonderful Max. I loved him. He was funny, sweet kind and really caring. I love the easy banter he had with Linda and Bonnie every morning.

Of course I couldn’t miss the amazing Holden Finn. For some reason he really reminded me 0f Harry Styles. But way crazier. I thought he was a little arrogant but then I reckon have a billion teenage girls screaming at you can make you feel pretty irresistible.

Thank you so much to Tilly for sending me a copy of this book. I enjoyed every page and can’t wait to read more of her books in the future.

About Tilly Tennant

From a young age, Tilly Tennant was convinced that she was destined for the stage. Once she realised she wasn’t actually very good at anything that would put her on the stage, she started to write stories instead. There were lots of terrible ones, likeThe Pet Rescue Gang (aged eight), which definitely should not see the light of day ever again. Thankfully, her debut novel, Hopelessly Devoted to Holden Finn was not one of those, and since it hit the Amazon best seller lists she hasn’t looked back. Born in Dorset, she currently lives in Staffordshire with her husband, two daughters, three guitars, four ukuleles, two violins and a kazoo.

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About Tilly Tennant

From a young age, Tilly Tennant was convinced that she was destined for the stage. Once she realised she wasn’t actually very good at anything that would put her on the stage, she started to write stories instead. There were lots of terrible ones, likeThe Pet Rescue Gang (aged eight), which definitely should not see the light of day ever again. Thankfully, her debut novel, Hopelessly Devoted to Holden Finn was not one of those, and since it hit the Amazon best seller lists she hasn’t looked back. Born in Dorset, she currently lives in Staffordshire with her husband, two daughters, three guitars, four ukuleles, two violins and a kazoo.

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