Nina Jones and the Temple of Gloom

Nina Jones and the Temple of Gloom

Julie Cohen / Feb 20, 2020

Nina Jones and the Temple of Gloom Get your teeth into this devilishly racy romantic adventure that s full of surprises All work and no play makes Nina a dull girl But when you re PA to a celebrity chef who s even tastier than one of h

  • Title: Nina Jones and the Temple of Gloom
  • Author: Julie Cohen
  • ISBN: 9780755341412
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback
  • Get your teeth into this devilishly racy romantic adventure that s full of surprises All work and no play makes Nina a dull girl But when you re PA to a celebrity chef who s even tastier than one of his delicious dishes you can t help loving your job And what s wrong with fancying the pants off your boss Erm, everything if he s married to someone else So when Nina meGet your teeth into this devilishly racy romantic adventure that s full of surprises All work and no play makes Nina a dull girl But when you re PA to a celebrity chef who s even tastier than one of his delicious dishes you can t help loving your job And what s wrong with fancying the pants off your boss Erm, everything if he s married to someone else So when Nina meets sexy Spaniard Juan, she s thrilled to escape to a new life abroad until Juan does a runner with her hard earned cash Nina has no choice but to head home and brave The Temple of Gloom a gothic flat with some unusual inhabitants Nina s had enough of bloodsuckers But is her mysterious neighbour Viktor really a vampire

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    521 Comments

    1. I just love the title of this book! Julie Cohen is truly a master when it comes to story telling, and this is another brilliant book from her.Nina is everything I like in a heroine; she's confident, sometimes overly confident, full of chutzpah, a little bit of a control freak, prone to moments of impulsiveness, and always looking for something more in her life. Call me cruel, but I enjoyed reading about life kicking her about a bit! It made this book feel real, and Nina wallows, winges, and feel [...]


    2. I loved this, one of my Julie Cohen favourites. I would have liked it even more if it had an epilogue. Good stuff.


    3. First of all…Brilliant Title. I love stuff that does a smack-dab job of wordplay. You got to get itchy fingers to pick up a chick-lit titled “Nina Jones and the Temple of Gloom”. Ol’Indy would be right proud.Nina Jones is a tall, blonde PA to one of the hottest chefs in London: Edmund Jett. Efficient, hardworking and devoted to a lifestyle of making Edmund’s fast-paced life easier, Nina is content. And she’s also in love with her handsome, charismatic boss. But said handsome, charism [...]


    4. Oh dear.I was in the market for a bit of chicklit, not having read any for a while. Started off well, I liked the main character – she had a bit of character, even if her life revolved around her job and her crush on her married boss. The family (absent) and social scene (minimal) added interest and I was all set to enjoy some nice fluff fiction.Then it went wrong for me; So she kisses her boss-who-is-married, is horrified, flees her job and runs into the arms of another guy. Doable. She then [...]


    5. Nina has a slight problem, she has fallen in love with her boss - who just happens to be a very happily married man. Desperate to move on she jumps into starting a new life with Juan, moving to a country where she doesn't know anyone and can't even speak the language. When things go horribly wrong she is left homeless and without a penny to her name and takes refuge in the flat of a deceased family member. It isn't going to be easy to start her life over again but perhaps she'll be able to do it [...]


    6. from Julie Cohen's book this is my fav. This and Spirit Weak flesh Willing are her best for romance. Girl From Mars is good as a book based on friendship (the romance is eclipsed due to the relationship between the protagonist and her friend).The first two parts drag on a bit. But when you get to the Temple of Doom its well worth the wait. I loved Victor - a triumph of a character. The great thing about Victor is that you first view him from a Superficial, typical chick lit perspective i.e. weir [...]


    7. I would have given this book 4 stars, as i did really like most of it, i enjoyed the first part of the ending too, when she meets Viktor and they have this strange hate relationship, i like the way the book has been split into 3 pats also as they are different ideas and different reactions and all different things change; it feels as though Nina is presented as a different person in each of these sections. Afterwards however, i feel the book at the ending has been really rushed. It had the meeti [...]


    8. I was suffering from some serious second-hand embarrassment for the first two-thirds of the book but ultimately I enjoyed it.The only thing I have to say is that I don't really understand why Edmund suddenly liked Nina? I got some fake vibes from it, almost like he just needed her for his tv show? I'm actually disappointed that we'll never know whether he's a sleazy, fake, shallow person or whether he's genuine.


    9. FINALLY I can finish this book. It took me so long to read it, probably because it's a romance book. I don't really enjoy romance book but I think this book is okay. I don't like the first 2 parts because they're too exhausting for me to read. I'm not sure how I can be exhausted when all I did was reading, but I do feel that way.






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