Excess All Areas and Public Property (Freya Johnson Books 1 and 2) by @mandybaggot #lovethese x

I love Mandy Baggot books!
How have I only just discovered the Freya Johnson books?
Book 1 is set in Corfu as many of Mandy’s books are. Book 2 is set in the US.
Fab heartwarming stories.
I thoroughly recommend these books, as I do with all the books I’ve read from this author.

Both 5 stars from me.

These are perfect summer reads, in fact, perfect for any time.

Get you copies here on Amazon UK    Excess All Areas  and  Public Property

 

Excess All Areas (Freya Johnson #1) by Mandy Baggot

Description

When the going gets tough Freya Johnson gets going! Humiliated by her boyfriend the day she turns thirty, Freya boards a last minute flight to Corfu to visit her best friend Emma. Little does she know – this holiday will change her life forever.

Enter Hollywood film star Nicholas Kaden whose entourage is stirring up the village of Kassiopi while filming his new movie. He’s hot, he’s unexpectedly different, but is he for real?

Caught up in a media frenzy, feeling unwelcome and uncomfortable in Nicholas’ movie world, Freya battles with the ghosts of her past and the uncertainty of her future. Can she help Emma, keep her own big secret and find out what Nicholas is hiding, before she feels the urge to run away again?

 

Public Property (Freya Johnson #2) by Mandy Baggot

Description

A cozy romantic feel-good read with a dash of mystery and a hot hero!

From award-winning author Mandy Baggot comes the sequel to her first novel, Excess All Areas!

Freya Johnson is back and life is good!

Having sold her photography studio in the UK, she’s now living the American dream, engaged to Hollywood film star, Nicholas Kaden. Finally her past is behind her and the only way is up – as long as she’s regularly fed takeaway food!

But with a wedding to plan and a whole heap of charity work to organise, she could do without the reappearance of her childhood sweetheart, Jonny Sanders. He’s rich, he’s better looking than she remembers and he reminds her of all those times she’d rather forget.

When a flippant comment made during a hospital visit ends up as headline news, suddenly everything is in turmoil and Freya’s life is in danger!

Could her past be coming back to haunt her?

Who is sending her hate mail?

And where the hell are her ‘Wild Wednesday’ pants?

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