The Book Worm: Review: Natural Blond Instincts

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Review: Natural Blond Instincts

Book Review: Natural Blond Instincts, by Jill Shalvis


Kenna Mallory is giving up "making it on her own"--aka poodle groomer and accounts payable clerk, jobs that haven't used all her natural abilities--to join the family biz and prove she's got what it takes to be VP of the newest Mallory Hotel. Okay, so maybe she has way more hair and cleavage than it takes, but that should be an asset around co-VP Weston Roth.
Wrong. Wes is hot, as Ivy League as the hotel's elite guests, and isn't buying the blond routine. Time to change tactics and start working the numbers. Good thing math is Kenna's other natural asset. And when it comes to getting the guy, if it isn't hair that grabs him...it's, uh...

Genre: contemporary romance

Publishing date: July 2010

Mature content: yes

Review: As I've never been a huge fan of Jill Shalvis' earlier books, I confess I didn't have very high hopes for Natural Blond Instincts, but in the end I was pleasantly surprised. Although neither the plot nor the characters are especially well developed, the story is entertaining and pleasant to follow. You should approach this book expecting a quick, light, amusing read, and that's exactly what you get. No more, but no less either. 



Happy readings,

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