A Brit on the Side

A Brit on the Side

Brenda St. John Brown / Jun 16, 2019

A Brit on the Side A swoony romantic comedy about an American finding herself both literally and figuratively over a summer in England There may also be hilarious references to spotted dick How do you tell your best fri

  • Title: A Brit on the Side
  • Author: Brenda St. John Brown
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  • Page: 339
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  • A swoony romantic comedy about an American finding herself both literally and figuratively over a summer in England There may also be hilarious references to spotted dick How do you tell your best friend you had the best sex of your life with her brother in short term parking Short answer you don t That s my method of not dealing with the awkward, and it worked justA swoony romantic comedy about an American finding herself both literally and figuratively over a summer in England There may also be hilarious references to spotted dick How do you tell your best friend you had the best sex of your life with her brother in short term parking Short answer you don t That s my method of not dealing with the awkward, and it worked just fine when Jasper and I had an ocean between us Now that I m in England at Castle Calder for the summer and he s right down the hall Different Story Because Jasper St Julien is as sweet and sexy as I remember, and his British accent still makes me swoon.The problem is, those stolen kisses are different this time More intense Way hotter And I still can t figure out how to tell my best friend I have a thing for her brother and this time it feels like way than a fling.

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        Brenda is a displaced New Yorker living in the English countryside She s lived in the UK long enough to gain dual citizenship, but still doesn t understand Celsius However, she has learned the appropriate use of the word pants And how to order a proper bacon bap barm buttie Because, well, bacon.Brenda writes contemporary romance to make you giggle and swoon When she s not writing, she enjoys hiking, running and reading In theory, she also enjoys cooking, but it s that she enjoys eating and, try as she might, she can t live on Doritos alone.For information or to connect with Brenda visit brendastjohnbrown


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    1. 3.5 “Ace” StarsI was a moon to your star. Wherever you were, I was painfully aware of your orbit. Painfully being the key word.This is such an easygoing book, and it swept me away. If you are looking for a book to escape into, this is it. It was relaxing to read this book. I just wanted to sit in a corner window with some English Breakfast tea and disappear into this book. This book is “ace.” *giggles My Jasper:My Bea:Jasper, Jasper, Jasper. I loved him! Jasper is…intense. Jasper is Be [...]


    2. I want to go to England and spend the summer working at a castle… and falling for my friend’s brother. I need to know how to make this happen. I’m a huge fan of Brenda St. John Brown, and A Brit On The Side only solidified that further for me. Bea Gillespie’s only plan for the summer is to spend time with her best friend Scarlett, not feel guilty about dumping her fiancé and get out and see England. There’s a slight hiccup in her plan when she arrives at the castle she’ll be staying [...]


    3. Find this and other reviews at Ramblings of a Daydreamer.Brenda St John Brown knocked it out of the park with her 2014 New Adult debut, Swimming to Tokyo, and she’s done it again with A Brit on the Side. Being obsessed with all things British, I couldn’t wait for this book, and it didn’t disappoint. Right from the beginning, I wished I could be at Castle Calder with Bea and the gang, working for the summer and falling for a cute Brit.What I love best about St John Brown’s books is the co [...]


    4. I received a copy in exchange for an honest reviewThis was such a fun and romantic read. Bea has just broken up with her ex-fiancé and she just wants to get away from it for a bit, so she gets to stay the summer in the UK at the castle her best fiend Scarlett her parents own. What she didn't count on was that Scarlett her brother Jasper would be there too. They shared a hot hook-up years ago that Bea never told her best friend about. I really enjoyed this book, it was a great read.This is mainl [...]


    5. Brenda St. John Brown is my FAVORITE. I know I'm going to love anything she writes so I'm always super excited when I see she has a new novel coming out. She never disappoints me and this time wasn't any different.A Brit on the Side is a lighter read than what I’m used to from Brenda, but it's SO incredibly well done. I was totally sucked into Bea's story from the first page. Bea's recently broken off an engagement to Theo. Theo's a great guy, but kind of like vanilla ice cream- delicious, but [...]



    6. I enjoyed this book very much! It was kind of slow paced in the beginning, with little signs of affection, you know the cute ones:) The ones that are there but the MCs don't see them at first? And then I always tend to fall!


    7. This was almost a 4 star read but I had some issues that held me back. Overall it was an enjoyable read and I'll be checking out the next in the series.Quick Rundown: Well, the wedding's off. To quote the Queen Bey, "somethin' aint right" so Chick breaks off her engagement and heads off with her British Roomie to her "home" in England for the summer holiday so she won't have to work with her ex. Home is actually a castle, a bed and breakfast if you will and Chick is anxious to discover that her [...]


    8. 3.5 stars. I was intrigued by the blurb of Bea coming face to face with a former, casual hookup that is the older brother of her best friend. Not to mention that Bea never said a word about it to Scarlett, Jasper's sister, so the situation has awkward written all over it. I really liked the storyline because it was the perfect setup for Bea to have to face some hard truths while trying to figure out who she was and what she wanted. Bea herself is intelligent, caring and realistic. She knows her [...]


    9. Bea Gillespie called things off with her boyfriend, who looks perfect on paper. So instead of teaching summer school, two classrooms down from him, she takes the invite to England, her best friend Scarlett extends, to work in her family's castle turned hotel, for the summer. And although, she thought she left all of her problems across the ocean, a bigger one is waiting for her in England. Two years ago, Bea hooked up with Jasper, Scarlett's brother, for the best weekend of her life, but it was [...]


    10. Bea’s English escape plan: • Work in a real British castle• Quality time with bestie• Figure out what spotted dick really is• Fall for bestie’s older brother. Hard. Bea and Jasper's story is coming August 2016! I had so much fun writing this book and I can't wait to share it with you. There are plenty of smiles and swoons -- and a hot moment or three on a not-so-deserted country lane. :)This is book 1 of 3, so make sure to sign up for mynewsletter to keep up to date with all new rele [...]


    11. Jasper could be an *** at times, but then there were those times he was thinking of his woman, "Jasper kisses my forehead. “Well, I couldn’t let you go off to London sexually frustrated, could I?” I really loved this book, I'm hoping to see Claire and Scarlett to get their own books.



    12. **I received a copy of this book in exchange of a honest review**First of all I really enjoyed the place this story took, like hello LONDON, castles, nature. Oh and the plot line just great. In this book we have Bea, a beautiful young woman with her own emotional struggles, the unconformity with her weight, a girl trying to find her own voice.There's also Jasper, the typical hot older brother (of Bea's best friend). He's like a super genius, at least in science because in people, he still has a [...]


    13. This was a cute and fun story that almost fits into several categories, but doesn't really fit in them at the same time. Bea is an American school teacher with a recently ended engagement. She decides to spend the summer working for her roommate's family hotel instead - while there she is in close quarters with Jasper (her roommate's brother and Bea's former fling). There is potential here for a cute second chance romance (since Bea and Jasper did have a steamy weekend previously) and there is p [...]


    14. "the only good thing about Manchester is the airport because you're on your way out of town when you get there." I relate to this quote the most in the entire book. However the entire book was adorable and wonderful. Everything about book about falling in love in england should be. Minus the Marmite.


    15. A great, easy, fun readLots of romance and friendship dramaVery quick read.Typical ya romance, definitely worth the read, if you are looking for a slow burn romance, with friendship and family drama I a short read, this is perfect for youI will definitely carry on reading Brenda St John Brown's books.


    16. This was a bit different for me, as there wasn't a huge amount of interaction between the couple. Most of the story was about the female lead. Her lack of self worth, her ex relationship, her friendship, her really weird love/hate? relationship with her mother. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed reading it, and will keep reading the series, but it wasn't a love for me


    17. Liked this one. Enjoyed the tension between not getting involved with a best friend's brother and going for love. Went right on to the next in the series. Nice blend of romance with an American and a Brit.


    18. UnBEArableThe book would be better off without the main character. She over reacted to every little detail and never spoke her mind which became a little sad and annoying after a while, and took away from how charming Jasper could have been as a character.



    19. Left wanting more I liked the storyline, but felt there was too much detail when unnecessary and not enough when wanted. I wish there were more to the story of Bea and Jasper . It seemed like more was focused on setting the story for the next two books and less on them.



    20. 3.5. This was a fun contemporary bit of fluff that made me feel less uncomfortable than others in the same genre. I'm not a straight up romance kind of girl, but this was amusing!


    21. The push and pull Romance was over written. I also wanted it to read Calder castle not castle Calder



    22. Bea Gillespie is willing to do anything to spend the summer away from her ex-fiancée. So when Scarlett, her best friend, invites her to England for the summer, she cannot get on the plane quick enough. Working at a castle-turned-hotel that is owned by Scarlett’s family can’t be that bad, can it? Even in a different country, Bea finds herself with man trouble. This time it’s in the form of a British one, who just happens to be Scarlett’s older brother. Jasper is just as smart and sexy as [...]


    23. Brenda St. John Brown has a way of taking me by surprise. If you have not read any of her books, you need to start now. Overall, her writing is well thought out, smooth, and invites you to join in on a story that will take you places you never imagined you would go. There is emotion, both the good and bad kind, friendship, love, family, and real issues in her writing. So naturally, when A Brit on the Side popped up on my radar, I was beyond excited to read this book. It was everything I expected [...]


    24. *Grateful to have received an ARC in exchange for an honest review* This was a perfect summer escape across the pond!Can I please go to England, anytime of the year, not just the summer and work in a castle? Maybe just move and live in a castle permanently? Who do I need to talk to in order to make that happen? This list at the beginning of the book's synopsis is what did me in:Bea’s English escape plan: • Work in a real British castle• Quality time with bestie• Figure out what spotted [...]


    25. Bea decides after dumping her fiancé to follow her best friend to England to work for the summer. Problem is she might have slept with her best friends brother who is also there for the summer. I really liked the themes for this book. It was a coming of age book where Bea’s dealing with her feelings for her best friends brother, how that would impact her relationship with her best friend, and body image issues. Bea’s also struggling finding her voice after letting her ex-fiancé make all he [...]


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