Having loved the other two books in The Cleanup series I was looking forward to getting dragged back into Olivia and Ellie’s world for The Payback. Technically you can read this book as a standalone, but it’s richer for reading the other books in the series. It’s much more fun when you understand Ellie’s friendship with Olivia, the things she went through with Nik, and […]
Manuela Rouget is a globe trotter and a polyglot who uses her experiences around the globe to build stories in her head.
She studied mechanical engineering and product design but has always been a bookworm and dreamt of writing her own stories.
In 2020, she fell in love with the reverse harem sub-genre and self-published her debut book in 2021, hopefully the first of many.
I absolutely loved The Cleanup, so it was only natural that I’d want to get my hands (or should that be eyes?) on another book about the same characters. The Meetup features Olivia, of course, and Zach, the group’s resident psycho. It’s set shortly after the gang has left school and, aside from a small bit part for Max, none of the other characters appears
This book needs to be made into a movie! I can see it now; moneyed London, the sun shining on the Riviera, the glitz and opulence… Trust me when I say that The Cleanup is an entire mood, and a good one, at that. The book runs two storylines simultaneously. The first tells of how Olivia met each of her men and the gang came
Stellar – My Review Having loved Aerial so much, it was only natural that I dove straight into the second half of the duet before touching another book. It would’ve been rude not to. It was everything I hoped it would be: smart, sexy, and entertaining. If you thought Aerial was hot, Stellar is an inferno. While watching Fauve, Loup, Cody and Thibault get to
Aerial – My Review I can’t remember the last time I enjoyed a book with so few triggers, quite so much. Aerial was one of the books that have been sitting on my Kindle for months, just waiting for the perfect time to be read. If I’m honest, I’m not entirely sure what drew me to it in the first place; it’s certainly not my