You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me by Sarra Manning
Sweet, bookish Neve is on a mission. And that mission is to reinvent herself from the fat girl into a glamourous size 10 so that William, the man who has claimed her heart since university will realise that she’s the one for him when he returns from LA, where he has been for the last three years.
But being so busy with the big reinvention, Neve doesn’t have time for other men or more importantly is interested in other men, until one day her sister points out that if she wants William to think that shes an experienced seductress and not that she’s been saving herself for him than she needs to get her act together and meet some men.
Neve then comes to realisation that she needs a man, who will show her the ropes when it comes to relationship and more importantly sex. With the aid of internet dating, Neve sets out to meet some men in preparation for William’s return, but none of the men seem right, so enter Max, her sister’s boss and editor of Skirt magazine. He’s well known for being a stud with the ladies, working his way through his staff, he would be perfect for Neve to practice on. He’s obnoxious and he’s such a man-slut that she doesn’t have to worry about falling for him. So they embark on their fake relationship, with Max teaching her everything there is to know about relationships with a few surprises along the way.
‘You don’t have to say you Love me’ is the first book that I have read by British writer Sarra Manning and it was a very entertaining read from start to finish. I thoroughly enjoyed the relationship developing between Neve and Max as they are two completely different characters. It amused me immensely as they learnt more about each other and it just goes to show that opposites do attract! A truly wonderful read!
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