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  1. says:

    4 StarsI have to say that the “Do Not Disturb” series by Charlotte Phillips is definitely one of my favorite discoveries of 2013 I loved book one Your Room or Mine and was lucky enough to be provided with books 2 and 3 by the publisherDid Someone Order Room Service is Layla and Matt’s story Polar opposites in pretty much everything Matt being a hot shot playboy high profile tennis player while Layla is struggling in every aspect of her life as well as having to deal with an errant mother looking to re discover her youthOpposites attract and boy is the attraction hot and what starts out as a one off swiftly develops into a two off then a three off and so on Charlotte certainly knows how to get your knickers smoldering with her sexy writing and the chemistry between Matt and Layla jumped off the page from the startThis book grabbed me from the beginning and a bit like Layla’s mobile phone it hit me on the head and wouldn’t let me go until I finished it It has the essence of a good Richard Curtis Rom com and is set in and around London which is a big plus for meI also loved the use of English terms like shag taking the piss and arse it is great to read a book once in a while that hasn’t been totally AmericanizedStraight onto book 3 for me


  2. says:

    As can be seen on The Accidental ReaderSo here is the deal This one is just another romance novella like many others written before and after Plot wise it does not stand as uniue Fun wise it's good but once I finished it I moved on without a single though I can say now 2 months after I read it that I hardly remember reading it it did not affect me at any way Maybe I'm harsh Maybe not I love romance books and novels very much and I expect them to invoke some sort of feelings from me Be it 'it was bloody aewful' or 'I freakking loved it' Here? No such luck All I can say is that it's okay So why 3 stars? simply because I'm on the fence here Sometimes I give 3 stars because a book had eually frustrated me and delighted me Here it's simply because I felt nothing though the uality is good One thing I loved about this book? The writing I find it really hard to read a book in the third person It tends to annoy me Not here Which actually says alot to summerise Good writing Nice sex Normal story Review copy was kindly provided by HarperImpulse through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Root over POriginal Pre reviewAll in all Nice and fun read But I wouldn't go so far as to call it memorable Review soonish


  3. says:

    Matt Stanton can sign my bra anytimeOops did I say that out loud? I enjoyed book 2 in the Do Not Disturb series as much as I enjoyed book 1 It's witty flirty and temptingly steamy Tennis pro Matt Stanton and hotel employee Layla Jones are the perfect pairing Layla works hard to provide a life of normality for herself after all the upbringing she had was anything but Matt embraces the life he has now and lives it to the full When he is sent to stay at the hotel where Layla works Matt is stunned when his celebrity status fails to impress her So when uptight Layla uses him to prove a point to herself he doesn't mind at all They both need a week of hotness for completely different reasons But what happens when that week ends?


  4. says:

    I really loved this next book in the Do Not Disturb series it was even better than the firstI wasn't sure whether I'd like the hero Matt first of all but as he got to know the heroine Layla he grew on me fast I connected with Layla straight away despite her unusual upbringing which most of us would have nothing in common with though family dramas possiblyI was actually a little sad that this wasn't a little bit longer


  5. says:

    That story was the other side of series like One night with Sole Regret and other rock bands Layla is the daughter of an now ageing groupie and a rock guitar player probably conceived backstage after a concert After having been raised not by a mostly absent mother but rather by relatives and friends she dreams of one thing a steady job and a place of her own She's got her feet on the ground is a reasonable grown up all the contrary of her parents who criticize her for thatWhen she meets handsome tennis playerwomanizer Matt at the hotel where she works he offers her something she thought she would never say yes to a no holding back one night stand of wild sex They both enjoy it so much even if of course she regrets it at some point that they extend it to a week to spend together under the pretense of work They get to know each other better find out they are not really what they seem to be what other people think they are She's not blinded by celebrity it's rather a turn off for her and he finds it refreshingI did not like this book as much as I liked the first of the series but then I read this one from deep in my bed with a flu and a headache so It doesn't mean it was bad it was a nice story and a welcome change from my usual rock star series Enjoyable readuotes However hard she might try to crush it there was a tiny bit of her that wondered whether her mother might actually have a point when it came to life What exactly had twenty four years of striving for respectability got her ? You're like a palate cleanser he said A reality check in the middle of all the madnessOnce was a blipTwice was a slipThree times was to gain some insight or understanding of her parents specifically her motherFour times was just for the hell of it she'd done it now the damage was done one wouldn't make things any worse How many times would she need to have sex with him before all other possible justifications were used up and she had to admit this was really about wanting him and nothing else ?


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    ARC provided by Publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review This is the second book in the Do Not Disturb series and I have to be honest I haven't read Book 1 Having said that this is a nice albeit short story that works well as a stand aloneLayla is the very sensible and practical only child of a has been musician father who vanished from her life many years ago and an irresponsible rock groupie mother who was too busy following her favourite band around to actually do much motheringLayla now works in a posh boutiue hotel as a Guest Services Agent and is on her way to check that the penthouse suite is fully prepared for a celebrity guest when she finds out via a phone call that her entire savings that she had lent her mother to start up a business have in fact been used for a plane ticket and travelling expenses so that she can travel with the band on their latest tourNeedless to say Layla is not impressed so not impressed in fact that on ending the call she throws her mobile across the living area of the suite Unfortunately what she didn't know was that the celebrity had already moved in early and she only discovers this when her phone hits him on the foreheadSaid celebrity turns out to be a well known tennis player who is famous in the press for his sex life than for his tennisWhat follows is a week of hotter than hot sex whilst the tennis player lays low in the hotel to escape the latest sex scandal and then he vanishes without saying goodbyeDid she imagine that there was actually a connection between them or was he just in it for the sex?Unfortunately the hotel manager discovers what has taken place and now Layla is jobless which means giving up her flat and sofa surfing at a friend's place Can her life get any worse?It probably could but it can also get a lot BETTER


  7. says:

    Jane Hunt writer First Steps Jane Hunt Writer Book Reviews Google This contemporaryfast paced romantic novella set in a chic boutiue hotel is a lovely escapist read if you have a spare couple of hours The second in the 'Do Not Disturb series' it has plausible characters that experience their worst nightmares and best dreams within the microcosm of hotel lifeLayla a diligent guest services person becomes the very personal assistant to Matt a celebrity pro tennis star who appears to court the paparazzi but is he really as shallow as he seems? Layla craves 'normal' family life after a less than conventional upbringing Smarting from her mother's latest betrayal she meets Matt who epitomizes all she despises Sparks fly from their first encounter and lead to some steamy love scenesI liked Layla because she knows what she should do but follows her instincts rather than commonsense She risks everything for love and deserves to have a happy ending Matt is likeable too although his finer feelings do get buried beneath his arrogance and self preservation periodicallyThis is an enjoyable read full of witty conversation and genuine emotion Charlotte Phillips


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    I seem to have been reading lots of romantic fiction recently and Harper Impulse is right up there as the frontrunner in contemporary publishing Totally escapist romance and with a diverse range if you are looking for some books to woo you then I definitely recommend trying some of their titlesDid Someone Order Room Service? is part of the Do Not Disturb series and is an entertaining light hearted rom com romp When Layla Jones heads to work in an upmarket hotel the last thing she expects is to be reuested as a personal assistant to American tennis star Matt Stanton Known for his playboy antics and love 'em and leave 'em mentality can Layla resist his charms? I found Did Someone Order Room Service? a lively book not too long in length and with a sharp snappy pace I liked Layla as a character and really wanted her to get the happy ending she deserved The only downside was the ending which seemed a bit abrupt but other than that it had everything I would look for in a romance including Matt Stanton who I imagined being a real hottieDid Someone Order Room Service? is out now published by Harper Impulse and imprint of Harper Collins 810


  9. says:

    This was surprisingly good considering the short length Layla Jones was never likely to meet Matt Stanton in the normal run of things She had good reason to despise the sort of cult celebrity that brought groupies to his doorThrown together at her hotel the attraction is instantaneous The emotions came after Matt is the epitome of the playboy one night stand celebrity tennis player After her childhood watching her mother trail after rock stars that kind of life repulses LaylaI liked how they started to talk to each other and found out there was much to both of them than the surface image Some of the justifications and explanations at the end got a little repetitive but otherwise it was a lovely well structured story with a hero and heroine to relate toSizzle was well done and ending satisfactory More a HFN than a HEA but with hope for the future


  10. says:

    This was a lovely fast read and perfect for a beach read on holiday I loved Layla as a character and watching her develop from the careful reserved type to the girl throwing caution to the wind Matt's character also developed a lot within the story when he realised his shallow celebrity life style was everything and that underneath that celebrity mask he has the same need to feel accepted as Layla I really enjoyed this read the only thing I would have liked to see is for Layla to have put up of a fight near the end I also found the book finished rather abruptly and would like to see elaboration on Layla and Matt's relationship and future Would definitely recommend this though as a summer read and will definitely be checking out of Charlotte's books


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S match in uptight hotel employee Layla Jones? Find out in this del That story was the other side of series like One night with Sole Regret and other rock bands Layla is the daughter of an now ageing groupie and a rock guitar player probably conceived backstage after a concert After having been raised not by a mostly absent mother but rather by relatives and friends she dreams of one thing a steady job and a place of her own She's got her feet on the ground is a reasonable grown up all the contrary of her parents who criticize her for thatWhen she meets handsome tennis playerwomanizer Matt at the hotel where she works he offers her something she thought she would never say yes to a no holding back one night stand of wild sex They both enjoy it so much even if of course she regrets it at some point that they extend it to a week to spend together under the pretense of work They get to know each other better find out they are not really what they seem to be what other people think they are She's not blinded by celebrity it's rather a turn off for her and he finds it refreshingI did not like this book as much as I liked the first of the series but then I read this one from deep in my bed with a flu and a headache so It doesn't mean it was bad it was a nice story and a welcome change from my usual rock star series Enjoyable readuotes However hard she might try to crush it there was a tiny bit of her that wondered whether her mother might actually have a point when it came to life What exactly had twenty four years of striving for respectability got her ? You're like a palate cleanser he said A reality check in the middle of all the madnessOnce was a blipTwice was a slipThree times was to gain some insight or understanding of her parents specifically her motherFour times was just for the hell of it she'd done it now the damage was done one wouldn't make things any worse How many times would she need to have sex with him before all other possible justifications were used up and she had to admit this was really about wanting him and nothing else ? Piglettes yes to a no holding back one night stand of wild sex They both enjoy it so much even if of course she regrets it at some point that they extend it to a week to spend together under the pretense of work They get to know each other better find out they are not really what they seem to be what other people think they are She's not blinded by celebrity it's rather a turn off for her and he finds it refreshingI did not like this book as much as I liked the first of the series but then I read this one from deep in my bed with a flu and a headache so It doesn't mean it was bad it was a nice story and a welcome change from my usual rock star series Enjoyable readuotes However hard she might try to crush it there was a tiny bit of her that wondered whether her mother might actually have a point when it came to life What exactly had twenty four Essential but Unplanned years of striving for respectability got her ? You're like a palate cleanser he said A reality check in the middle of all the madnessOnce was a blipTwice was a slipThree times was to gain some insight or understanding of her parents specifically her motherFour times was just for the hell of it she'd done it now the damage was done one wouldn't make things any worse How many times would she need to have sex with him before all other possible justifications were used up and she had to admit this was really about wanting him and nothing else ?

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Iciously naughty novella the second book in the Do Not Disturb Seri Jane Hunt writer First Steps Jane Hunt Writer Book Reviews Google This contemporaryfast paced romantic novella set in a chic boutiue hotel is a lovely escapist read if you have a spare couple of hours The second in the 'Do Not Disturb series' it has plausible characters that experience their worst nightmares and best dreams within the microcosm of hotel lifeLayla a diligent guest services person becomes the very personal assistant to Matt a celebrity pro tennis star who appears to court the paparazzi but is he really as shallow as he seems? Layla craves 'normal' family life after a less than conventional upbringing Smarting from her mother's latest betrayal she meets Matt who epitomizes all she despises Sparks fly from their first encounter and lead to some steamy love scenesI liked Layla because she knows what she should do but follows her instincts rather than commonsense She risks everything for love and deserves to have a happy ending Matt is likeable too although his finer feelings do get buried beneath his arrogance and self preservation periodicallyThis is an enjoyable read full of witty conversation and genuine emotion Charlotte Phillips Kleist in Thun you have a spare couple of hours The second in the 'Do Not Disturb series' it has plausible characters that experience their worst nightmares and best dreams within the microcosm of hotel lifeLayla a diligent guest services person becomes the very personal assistant to Matt a celebrity pro tennis star who appears to court the paparazzi but is he really as shallow as he seems? Layla craves 'normal' family life after a less than conventional upbringing Smarting from her mother's latest betrayal she meets Matt who epitomizes all she despises Sparks fly from their first encounter and lead to some steamy love scenesI liked Layla because she knows what she should do but follows her instincts rather than commonsense She risks everything for love and deserves to have a happy ending Matt is likeable too although his finer feelings do get buried beneath his arrogance and self preservation periodicallyThis is an enjoyable read full of witty conversation and genuine emotion Charlotte Phillips

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GAME SET MATCHHas American Tennis Pro Matt Stanton finally found hi As can be seen on The Accidental ReaderSo here is the deal This one is just another romance novella like many others written before and after Plot wise it does not stand as uniue Fun wise it's good but once I finished it I moved on without a single though I can say now 2 months after I read it that I hardly remember reading it it did not affect me at any way Maybe I'm harsh Maybe not I love romance books and novels very much and I expect them to invoke some sort of feelings from me Be it 'it was bloody aewful' or 'I freakking loved it' Here? No such luck All I can say is that it's okay So why 3 stars? simply because I'm on the fence here Sometimes I give 3 stars because a book had eually frustrated me and delighted me Here it's simply because I felt nothing though the uality is good One thing I loved about this book? The writing I find it really hard to read a book in the third person It tends to annoy me Not here Which actually says alot to summerise Good writing Nice sex Normal story Review copy was kindly provided by HarperImpulse through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Root over POriginal Pre reviewAll in all Nice and fun read But I wouldn't go so far as to call it memorable Review soonish