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“Tell That To My Heart” Review

Hello Friends!

I know I have been way from the blog, and writing reviews, I have been enjoying my time reading, before the crazy July I’m going to have. And I’m excited about it!

Anyway, here I am, to share my review of this book, and I hope you find it interesting.

Tell That To My Heart“, written by Eliza J. Scott, is the third book in the Heartshaped Series, a Women’s fiction romance novel, published on 22nd June 2020.

I want to thank Rachel, at Rachel’s Random Resources, and Eliza J. Scott for the eCopy of this book and for allowing me to join in the fun and being a part of the blog tour with my honest review of the book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.


Tell That To My Heart Cover

Jemima Dewberry wears her heart on her sleeve. Her weakness for bad boys, coupled with her track record for making bad decisions has led to endless heartbreak. The only trouble is, she can’t seem to kick the habit.

On top of that, her “dream” job at Yorkshire Portions magazine hasn’t turned out to be what she’d hoped, and she seems to have developed the knack of annoying her boss without even trying. It doesn’t help that the new girl seems to have taken an instant dislike to her. All that’s keeping her there are her best friends Anna-Lisa and Aidey, who have picked up the pieces of her shattered heart more times than they care to remember.

When Jemima’s latest boyfriend turns out to be no better than the rest, the hurt and humiliation is almost unbearable. She declares she’s finally through with love, and swears off men for life. But when charismatic Caspar De Verre walks into the office with his dangerous good looks and mesmerising smile, she’s utterly captivated, and her promises to Anna-Lisa and Aidey not to let her heart rule her head are soon forgotten.

But is Caspar all he seems? Anna-Lisa and Aidey have their doubts. And Herbert, the happy-go-lucky black Labrador Jemima’s looking after, doesn’t seem to like him either.

As Jemima falls for Caspar’s charms she finds herself being forced to confront the struggle between her head and her heart. But which one will prove the most powerful?

And will Jemima get the happy-ever-after she so desperately craves?

Purchase Links: Amazon

Author’s Bio

Eliza Scott Photo

Eliza J. Scott lives in a village in the North Yorkshire Moors with her husband, two daughters and two black Labradors. When she’s not writing, she can usually be found with her nose in a book/glued to her Kindle, or in her garden. She also enjoys bracing walks in the countryside, rounded off with a visit to a teashop where she can indulge in another two of her favourite things: tea and cake.

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My Review

This isn’t the first book by Eliza J. Scott that I have read, and when I saw the blog tour I had to check out the blurb since I was very curious to know more. The title called my attention at first, then the fact that I knew the author was a win-win for my curiosity.

In this story we follow Jemima, and it maintains the same thought provoking and emotional element as in previous books I have read of this author. The main character was relatable and I found myself going through the motions of her life as I kept reading.

It is the start of a brand new series, and Eliza J. Scott as this brilliant way of telling the story and making us feel as if we are part of world. She tells us about the characters that surround the main character, that are as important as Jemima, because they a novel can’t only focus on the MC, because other characters can mess things up, or they can be the solutions to the problems. I loved getting to know Jemima as much as I loved meeting the different people that crossed paths with her in every page, every chapter.

I read it during the afternoon, two days of wonderful delight, and that’s all that matters for me. I enjoyed learning about the community and what moved Jemima. Uncover information, understanding the reasons behind the actions of certain characters, and falling in love with the story in the end.

Overall, it was a genuinely interesting novel, with a heart-warming and fun plot that made my afternoons at home so much enjoyable. If you enjoyed Eliza J. Scott’s pervious series, then I absolutely recommend you try this one.

Don’t forget to check out all the other bloggers that given their contribute in this Blog Tour, with their reviews and promo/spotlight posts.

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