Eternally North (Eternally North #1) – Tillie Cole

Natasha Munro is your typical twenty eight year old girl, well, your typical twenty eight year old Geordie: curvy, fun and a whole load of fab-u-lous. Her life is all going to plan — good job, great friends, close family and a loving boyfriend — until an unexpected event turns everything on its head.

Nursing a broken heart and decked head to toe in tasselled chaps and rhinestones, Natasha and her flamboyant fairy of a gay best friend, Tink, uproot from their Northern nest, throw caution to the wind and embark on a new life together in Canada — the land of Rocky mountains, Maple Syrup, oh, and an ‘in-between movies’ Hollywood mega-star.

Enter infamous bad-boy of the big screen, Tudor North.

Bonafide hunk and actor-extraordinaire.

Tudor is big, brooding and gorgeous and is harbouring a deep secret. Tudor’s cold and intimidating demeanour successfully keeps everyone at bay, that is everyone but a certain Ms Munro. It soon becomes clear, what with her smart mouth and lusciously ample arse, that Natasha proves more than a match for the emotionally distant star.

Will Natasha and Tink settle into their new life abroad?

Will Natasha ever find her fairytale happy ending?

Can a movie star and an ordinary girl ever really make it work?

Or will the secrets lurking in Tudor`s past threaten her chance at happiness?

Addictive, hilarious and heart warming. A fast paced comedic journey of self discovery, unyielding friendship and of course, a suitable dose of slap and tickle.

Warning: contains a foul-mouthed voluptuous Brit, a self-named ‘Friggin’ Fantastic Fairy’ and an abundance of bulging muscles and tattoos.

I loved every word of this book, im not sure if it was just me being a Brit, but i read everyone of Natasha’s words with a Geordie accent in my head.
Eternally North is one of those books that is a hilarious romantic journey that will leave you with the warm and fuzzies after you have read it. After having read a run of deep, dark, heavy story lines lately i wanted something to lighten the mood, this book hit the nail on the head for me no doubt.

Natasha is one of those characters you instantly like from the get go, her little nuggets of Geordie wisdom had me laughing out loud, that and her best friend Tink loved his glitter spewing mouth so much.
Tink and Tash’s friendship was brilliant i loved how it was described that they were soul mates. There fun banter and crazy nick names were just fantastic, it showed how much love two people can have for one another and not be in a relationship or be family, that friendship really can run that deep.

I liked how the story started off slow and gained speed with each turn of he page.
Tash and Tudor were made for each other, shes is an outgoing and in your face Geordie lass but not with out some small insecurities, hes a very private closed off person but hes in the limelight front and center for all to see. They perfectly balance each other out.
One of my fav things about Natasha is the way she speaks and thinks

“If there’s a sure-fire way to stop the awe of meeting a celeb, it was for them to be a complete and utter twat.”
I Liked that Natasha had a good job, friends, family no real issues no angst ridden past, that it was Tudor that had the troubles was so refreshing, this massive guy was knocked on his ass by circumstances and it was a regular girl that pulled him out of the darkness.

I love the idea of a regular, curvy, average Geordie lass winning the heart of a huge muscle bound, tattooed, Hollywood movie star god, it gives us all a little bit of hope that there is someone out there for everyone.

I am addicted to Tillie Cole’s amazing storytelling, her wonderful likable lovable characters, with there great sense of humor thrown in for good measure. I definitely will be reading more of her crazy, sweet off the charts romance novels, each and every book i read from this great author blows me away.

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