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Review: ‘Cassandra by Starlight’ by Susan Mac Nicol

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Review: ‘Cassandra by Starlight’ by Susan Mac Nicol

Cassandra by Starlight

by Susan Mac Nicol
Series: Starlight #1
Published by Boroughs Publishing Group on August 13th 2012
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 381
Format: eArc
Source: Blog Tour Host
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four-stars

Unconventional though she may be, Cassandra Wallace leads the life of an average Londoner, from blind dates to rush hour traffic. Then, along comes Bennett Saville. Sensitive, charming, erudite, the up-and-coming actor is like the hero of a romantic movie. He counteracts the tragedy that brought them together, and from the tips of his Armani loafers to that scorching hot kiss he seems absolutely perfect. Only, he’s ten years younger and from the upper class, and those emerald eyes beget dangerous secrets. The world is a stage, full of hungry leading ladies, and how long can any fairy tale last before a villain appears? Yet, on Bennett’s arm each new day is an adventure, and a true romance will always find its happy ending.

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