‘Just when Chloe’s career starts to take off, Bennett wishes it would all slow down long enough to spend a wild night alone with his girlfriend. But after he refuses to take no for an answer, Chloe and Bennett find themselves with two plane tickets, one French Villa, and a surprising conversation that, predictably, leaves them wrestling under the covers.’
Beautiful Bitch is a short story, only 132 pages long. Bit oh my is it the fix I needed of my Beautiful bastard! You can read my review of Beautiful Bastard here.
Chloe and Bennett, are still very much in love and with so many changes at work they find themselves juggling their busy work schedule with trying to squeeze in some alone time together. Which is proving to be much harder than it should be, especially when both of them are so career driven.
The story is mainly told in Bennett’s perspective with some input from Chloe. With Bennett he mainly reminisces about the time when he and Chloe were apart and when they were reunited.
With Bennett and Chloe so in love, Bennett wasn’t so much of a bastard. But that doesn’t mean it was any less funny than Beautiful Bastard, all that humour was still here and proud.
The ending was obvious but rightly so but even so there was a little twist that I was expecting that had me laughing so much. It was perfect Bennett and Chloe!
This was perfectly done and I absolutely grinned from ear to ear. It’s impossible to talk too much about it without giving it away, it being such a short story.
I loved it, I loved being back with Bennett and Chloe so much. They are still my favourite couple so far, it will take a lot for them to be replaced.
You can get Beautiful Bitch both on kindle and in paperback.