Nothing says romance like Mills and Boon; well at least that rings true for the subjects in Guilty Pleasures, a wry, heartfelt portrait of modern romance and all the expectations that go with it. Traversing the globe, director Julie Moggan offers the spotlight to the readers and producers of the prolific franchise.
Cover star Stephen is an unlucky-in-love Adonis, while Gill's an unlikely romance novelist surrounded by women but who yearns for solitude. And then there are the readers, three very different and compelling characters for whom the books play a central role in their lives - for better or worse.
Moggan's subjects speak candidly about their attachment to the Mills and Boon world and in doing so provide an enlightening and entertaining picture of ourselves.