4 out of 4 stars
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Clarissa Moon is a young girl who has majored in art history, and in desperate need of a job. She currently shares an apartment with her childhood friend, Tabitha, who doubles up as her adviser on matters fashion. Ellen Shelton from the agency selects Clarissa for a job interview as a P.A at the Thornhill Holdings and for Clarissa, it is just like any other interview, until she arrives at Thornhill Holdings. As she settles into the room full of contenders, they all mockingly stare at her for she stands out, adorned with 1960s apparel.
Aidan Thornhill, Clarissa's probable and enigmatic boss is labelled wealthy, impossibly handsome, and the sexiest man alive. Being an eligible bachelor, he has proved to be every lady's dream. Rumour has it that Aidan Thornhill seduces his female employees; especially his personal assistants and apparently, every P.A that has fallen into his arms before, eventually ended up with a dismissal letter. Entrance (Thornhill Trilogy Book 1) is a romance novel by J. J. Sorel that tells a story full of suspense and twists that had me thrilled and enthralled to the end.
This novel captured my attention from the first chapter with its salacious description of events. If you are an admirer of garnished romantic fairy-tale, then you will certainly have a tussle putting this book down. I like how the author keeps the reader guessing all through, not forgetting the twists and turns that adds to the beauty of the exceptional writing style. Character development has also received a fair share probably because this is book 1 of the Thornhill Trilogy.
With Aidan being a lover of art, the author couldn't miss the opportunity to invite art history from as far as the 19th century. I also admired how art is used to electrify romance between Clarissa and Aidan even when Aidan's dark past and nightmares from his best friend and former army colleague Bryce Beaumont threatens to resurface. Fashion, Art, and love are the main themes in the novel and have worked magic for the plot in each setting throughout all the fifty chapters. This makes me so desperately yearn for book 2.
There is absolutely nothing I didn't like about this novel. Some readers may dislike the book for being extremely steamy in describing the sexual scenes; however, for those who like reading hot romantic tales, you may want to grab a copy of this. On the contrary, this book is not fit for young readers below the age of 18 years. Though I was keen not to skip errors, the proof reader's eye seems to have done excellently in editing the book; therefore I won't hesitate to give the book 4 out of 4 stars.
Entrance (Thornhill Trilogy Book 1)
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