Published by Self-Published on 6th November 2017
Genres: Chicklit, Christmas, RomCom
Amazon UK, Amazon US
Love is like a fine perfume. The top note draws you in, an instant attraction, but the Heart Note is the true essence. Like true love – a great perfume should be a woman’s perfect match.
At least, that’s what perfume counter manager, Lily Lucas, tells her customers in one of Australia’s largest department stores.
It’s almost Christmas, the store is bedecked with baubles and Lily has about eleventy billion gifts to wrap and sell. She and her team of spritzer chicks are glamorous, professional and hoping they don’t have to wear the hideous red onesies and reindeer antlers the store manager has in mind.
The high point of Lily’s work life is Christos Cyriakos, ex-cop, security guard, possible Greek god. He’s a mystery box she’d love to unwrap. But can she trust him?
All Lily wants for Christmas is to kiss Christos (and more), catch a band of thieves running amok in the store, and live happily ever after. Is that too much to wish for?
Thank you to Rachel for letting me be part of this tour. I really love this cover and that is what drew me to this book. It’s festive with a little sexiness. I also love how well the title of this book fits both the genre and the perfume aspect. I have a lot of perfumes but I don’t know the technical’s behind it and I enjoyed hearing these from the experts.
At first I found this book a little hard to get into but once I did, I enjoyed it. Lily works as a perfume counter manager in a department store, while Christos works as a security guard in the same store. As soon as Lily and Christos met you could feel the sexual chemistry.
This is a cute, sweet, festive romance with a difference. I understand that this is the first in a new series so I am looking forward to reading the rest of the books. I hope these focus on a few other characters that we have already met as they seem very interesting.
Reading this book contributed to these challenges:
- Christmas Challenge (2017)
- Goodreads Challenge (2017)