Friday 23 June 2017



Talk British to Me
By: Robin Bielman
Releasing June 19th, 2017
Entangled Publishing: Embrace

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In Talk British to Me by Robin Bielman, Mateo Gallagher is used to getting any woman he wants, but Teague Watters doesn't succumb to his charm the way women normally do. Determined to get to know her, he decides to befriend her. But when things begin to become so much more, Mateo has a huge decision to make. Will he choose his job, which has a 'no relationship' clause in the contract; or a chance at forever after with the woman he's falling in love with?

If you've never read a book by Ms. Bielman, then you're missing out on some incredible reading, and this story was no different. Truly, it was a beguiling and fast-paced read encompassing fan-your-face moments (can I just say...hello, Wishing Well); compelling dialogue that had me laughing at times because the hero certainly knows how good he is when it comes to women; and captivating main and secondary characters that kept me entertained due to their back stories and the tight bonds of friendship that illustrate they support each other through thick and thin.

As for the main characters, I absolutely loved both the hero and heroine. Mateo and Teague have been hurt before and it's understandable why they're not interested in relationships. Yet, it's hard for the pair to stay away from each other when there's so much chemistry between them, and Mateo is determined to win her over, no matter how much of a challenge he faces. Will Teague succumb to his charm? How long will it take before he wins her over? Moreover, Mateo was a super hot hero that charmed me from start to finish. He has an interesting job that needs him to remain single to be able to give the best advice he can as the Dating Guy on LA's top morning show. However, I liked the struggles Mateo faced in trying to remain true to his contract, as Teague was too much of a temptation.   

While the heroine, she was resilient and courageous in all she has to deal with. Certainly, her best friend's nickname for Teague's boss rings true, and yet, she handles the challenges thrown her way brilliantly such as helping a bride-to-be with a case of nerves or a bride that doesn't know whether marriage is right for her. Both instances could land her in hot water with her boss, but I liked how determined she was to do what's right for the clients without concern for her job. I also liked her need to be more independent, because being the youngest in her family felt a little smothering. 

Overall, Ms. Bielman has penned another sensational read in this book where the ending had me loving Mateo more than I already did, because he proves to the heroine how important she is to him when it comes to the choice he has to make concerning his job, the heroine and what he's going to do in the future. Furthermore, I loved how the heroine fought for her future also when it came to her career. No way would she give up on her dreams of combining two things important to her -- travel writing and weddings. I would recommend Talk British to Me by Robin Bielman, if you enjoy books by authors Jennifer Blackwood, Avery Flynn, Kim Karr or Max Monroe.

As the Dating Guy on L.A.’s top morning show, I give the single guy’s perspective on dating, love, and sex—and I give great advice. Everyone’s hooking up…well, except for me. Sure, I can get any woman I want, but I’ve got a “no relationship” clause in my contract and the only woman I want has “relationship” written all over her. Probably stamped on her ass, too. And wouldn’t I like to confirm that.
Unfortunately, she wants nothing to do with me. At all. Something about the next Ice Age might have even come up in her rebuttal. Adorable. Because she’s determined to ignore what one simple kiss proved: she wants me as badly as I want her.
Everything in me is screaming to go after her, but I’ve got a secret that I’m fairly certain will end up with her roasting my nuts over an open fire. So, job on the line? Check. Nuts on the line? Check. Can’t get her out of my head? Nail…meet coffin. But what a way to go…
My cell pings with an incoming text as I approach the garage elevator, so I’m not exactly paying attention when I hear the elevator arrive and sense someone step out. I think I walk around the person, but my shoulder bumps hers. The delicate feel of her has me jerking my head up. “Sorry,” we say at the same time. She’s holding a box piled high with envelopes that partially block her face. I don’t know if it’s from our slight collision or a natural misstep, but the box wobbles in her hands. She sucks in a breath. I slip my arm under the box to help keep it from tipping over, but that seems to make it worse, because the next thing I know, the envelopes are spilling out onto the ground. “Son of a biscuit!” she says, unable to stop the box from crashing down but keeping herself on both feet. I burst out laughing. Hear me out. The “son of a biscuit” is damn adorable. I’ve never heard anyone actually use it before. But better still, the beautiful creature spewing such foul language is none other than the girl who dumped chicken wings on me. Teague. “I’m glad you find this so—” She stalls, finally meeting my eyes. Recognition crosses her face as she scrunches up her cute little nose in annoyance. “Amusing?” I finish for her. She opens her mouth to speak, but nothing comes out. The two of us running into each other again is pretty unbelievable. She huffs out a breath that’s a mixture of contempt and surprise. “I’m just as surprised as you, baby.” This time the sound she makes from the back of her throat is pure disgust. She drops to all fours to gather the envelopes back into the box. I bend down to help, reaching for envelopes while never taking my eyes off her. She’s pissed about more than the dropped cargo. “Bad day?” I say. She glares at me. “I’m sorry about bumping you. I was looking down at my phone and thought I had plenty of room.” Picture a hot girl with blue eyes so kind she couldn’t look daggers no matter how hard she tried. That’s what I’m privileged enough to be staring at now. The corners of my mouth pull up involuntarily. Her mouth, while set in a tight line, is sexy as fuck, those generous lips of hers distracting. “Seriously, Teague, I’m sorry.” Her expression goes from hard to soft instantly. She sits back on her haunches, puts her hands on her thighs. “You remember my name?”


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About Robin:

When not attached to her laptop, USA Today Bestselling Author and RITA Finalist, Robin Bielman can almost always be found with her nose in a book. A California girl, the beach is her favorite place for fun and inspiration. Her fondness for swoon-worthy heroes who flirt and stumble upon the girl they can’t live without jumpstarts most of her story ideas. She loves to go on adventures, and has skydived, scuba dived, parasailed, gotten lost in the wilderness (and only suffered a gazillion bug bites for it) hiked to waterfalls, and swam with dolphins. In her spare time she also likes to put her treadmill to good use while watching her favorite TV shows, take hikes with her hubby, indulge her sweet tooth, and play sock tug of war with her cute, but sometimes naughty dog, Harry. She dreams of traveling to faraway places and loves to connect with readers. Keep in touch at all of her social media spots!


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  1. I loved this book. I was imagining Mateo with his British accent speaking those observation/tips etc at the end of various chapters. So hot!

    1. Yes, it was a great book, wasn't it? One that surely makes readers swoon because of the hero.

  2. I so have to read this one!

    1. You definitely need to read this story. If you've read other books by Robin Bielman before and enjoyed them, you'll love this one. I could not put it down.