Wednesday, 22 March 2017

#Review - Voyage by Karen Gordon @joiedemidvivre

About the book

La Dolce Vita awaits Vivienne in Italy—the job of her dreams, glamorous new friends, fantastic food, and (finally) some absolutely delizioso sex. But Viv is a woman who gives the term uptight American a whole new meaning. She may be super smart and over organized but she’ll need new expertise and a whole lot of courage to succeed at her new job. You’ll tear through this story cheering for Vivienne to find the daring, drive and dolce she needs to sweet talk the rich and famous into ordering an eighty-million-dollar jet from her.

Voyage is the fourth book in The Vivienne Series--seven hilariously fierce and flirty chick lit novellas. If you like inspiring stories filled with relatable sexy, smart women then you’ll love this glass-ceiling smashing, worldwide journey by feminist fiction author, Karen Gordon. 

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My Review

Voyage is book 4 in the Vivienne Series and I was eager to see what would happen next in Vivienne's life. 

I found Voyage to be even more fast paced than the previous books, a lot happens to Vivienne and she had some new experiences to discover. Vivienne finds herself facing new challenges in this book and I love her strong and organised personality. Although just like most people she has her doubts and I had my fingers crossed that things would work out okay.

The story is fun & light-hearted, perfect to read if you need to relax and forget about things for a while. Just like the other books in the series Voyage is only a short story so it really is perfect to read in one go.

The addition of Annalize and Mikel to the story is great, they really help to bring Vivienne out of her shell and restore some much needed confidence. I thought they had such fun personalities in the previous book but things get just that a little bit hotter in this one.

I'm looking forward to the next book in the series - Soaring, which I believe will be released on the 20th April.

Flirty and just that little bit sizzling!

Thank you to Karen Gordon for my copy. This is my honest and unbiased opinion.

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