Just Like in the Movies

By Heidi Rice

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

Ruby Graham’s verdict: I want to live in Oz, where danger is defeated by friendship, your dreams are always in glowing Technicolor and you can get a pair of absolutely gorgeous ruby slippers simply by landing a house on a hag!

Luke Devlin’s verdict: Flying monkeys? Seriously?

Ruby Graham has just found out she’s been made co-owner of her favourite place in the whole of London – The Royale, a crumbling but still beautiful independent cinema in Notting Hill. It’s a place where she gets to live in a world of dreams and happy endings, a place where there are no lost causes and where falling in love is just like in the movies…

But all that comes under threat when Luke Devlin, an elusive Manhattan property developer and rumoured son of a Hollywood icon, arrives to claim his half of The Royale. As they butt heads over their plans for the place, Ruby and the infuriatingly gorgeous Luke find themselves in a dramatic plot of their own that’s fit for the silver screen.

‘A sizzling summer read! Sunday Times bestseller Sarah Morgan

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Author: Heidi Rice
Format: Paperback
Release Date: 10 Jun 2021
Pages: 400
ISBN: 978-0-00-837258-3
USA Today bestselling author Heidi Rice used to work as a film journalist until she found a new dream job writing romance for Harlequin in 2007. She adores getting swept up in a world of high emotions, sensual excitement, funny feisty women, sexy tortured men and glamourous locations where laundry doesn\'t exist. She lives in London, England with her husband, two sons and lots of other gorgeous men who exist entirely in her imagination (unlike the laundry, unfortunately!)

‘A sizzling summer read! - Sarah Morgan -