Book Review: Perfect Strangers by Tasmina Perry
Perfect Strangers by Tasmina Perry
To curl up with this novel is the perfect escape. Sophie Ellis had a life of indulgence until her father lost all their money in scandalous scheme and then, twelve months on, he dropped dead of a heart attack. Forced to start over, Sophie picks up work as a personal trainer, and can’t believe her luck when she gets to house-sit for one of her extremely wealthy clients. She can’t resist going to one of the parties her client has been invited to, and she can’t resist borrowing one of her client’s gowns for the evening... and then she can’t resist the charms of wealthy businessman Nick Cooper. They begin a passionate affair and Sophie has to pinch herself that her life has turned around so much.But dreams turn to horror when Nick is found dead in his hotel room and Sophie is suddenly the prime suspect. She begins to realise that Nick isn’t the man she thought he was, and she teams up with Josh, an acquaintance of Nick’s, in a search to clear her name and find the truth. They flee to Paris, London and New York following various clues. And in the meantime, journalist Ruth Boden is on the case, eager for a scoop, but increasingly convinced that Sophie is innocent.
This novel has it all. Exotic settings, glamorous characters, romance and intrigue, danger and action. Simply put, this is great fun!