Your Place or Mine? by Portia MacIntosh

I'm on tour with Rachel's Random Resources for Portia MacIntosh's newest romcom, Your Place Or Mine?. I love romcoms and find them a great way to escape without leaving my house. A good romcom will transport me into the book and make me forget the stresses of daily life for a few hours. If you feel the same, this book is one to add to your TBR!

About the Book:

Two reluctant housemates. One question: Is this your place or mine...?

When Serena is kicked out of her flat, an offer from her friend, Taylor, to house sit for her while she and her husband go travelling could not be better timing. But unfortunately for Serena she’s not the only one to have received this offer…

Enter Ziggy: arrogant, messy (and annoyingly handsome) musician, and friend of Taylor’s husband. Living with him is far from ideal, especially when he claims the best room, has loud parties - and the least said about his kitchen manner the better...

There's just one solution for Serena – drive him out of the house by being twice as difficult to live with than he is! But Ziggy knows Serena's game and as war ensues between them, being forced together under one roof may result in some unexpected consequences…


This enemies to lovers troupe is a wonderful read. Serena and Ziggy are literally thrown together when they are both asked to house sit for friends. Serena is the star of the story and has a lot going on. I loved her adventures and her sense of self. This is a perfect escape read that I read in one sitting. 

About the Author:

Portia MacIntosh is the bestselling author of over 20 romantic comedy novels. From disastrous dates to destination weddings, Portia’s romcoms are the perfect way to escape from day to day life, visiting sunny beaches in the summer and snowy villages at Christmas time. Whether it’s southern Italy or the Yorkshire coast, Portia’s stories are the holiday you’re craving, conveniently packed in between the pages.

Formerly a journalist, Portia has left the city, swapping the music biz for the moors, to live the (not so) quiet life with her husband and her dog in Yorkshire.

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