Contemporary romance / romance / women’s fiction
If you’ve already read The Boyfriend Sessions, then you’ll have met Maddy, and you’ll know that she’s a little career-obsessed . . .
Maddy features in book 2 of the City Love series, take a look:
She’s in a long-term, committed relationship. With her business.
In three years Madeline Spencer has single-handedly grown her marketing agency, Grounded Marketing, into one of the country’s fastest growing companies. But her success has been at the expense of her social life, and her girlfriends have had enough. They’ll do whatever it takes, from speed dating to blind dates, to show her there’s more to life than work.
Only Maddy is having a hard time forgetting about her business. She’s about to pitch for her biggest client ever and the mysterious media mogul, Paul Neilsen, has volunteered to mentor her. Maddy might just be in with a shot of landing the account—if she can keep her mind on the job.
Working with Paul is not at all what she’d imagined, and Maddy finds herself torn between her ever increasing workload and her feelings for Paul. She’s discovering playing in the big league means making sacrifices…and Maddy must decide what she can’t live without.
Reviews for The Pitch:
“I loved every moment of this book, the characters are amazing from the leads to the minor characters. Each one has been written well and they are all unique, it makes the story flow and it is extremely addictive.” Sarah, For the Love of Books.
“Lovely characters, fully developed plot line with a twist that kept me guessing, and funny, realistic friends that made this series a new must-read for me.” Holly, It’s About The Book.
“The Pitch is charming, witty, and refreshing. Belinda Williams takes the reader through a journey many modern women face today, finding love while building their careers. The writing is solid, the story is relatable, and the characters are just darling. Due to giving me many moments of laughter, giving me a male character I couldn’t help but love, and a female character I could easily relate to, The Pitch gets a solid 5 star rating from me.” Sam, Sam’s Ramblings.