Love Island star Amber Gill is set to add yet another string to her bow and release her very own series of, ahem, ‘sexy’ novels.
2021 seems to already be shaping up for the former islander, as not only has she just launched her own fitness plan, but she’s now set to follow in the footsteps of Jackie Collins and E. L. James and pen her own steamy reads for us all.
According to reports, Amber has landed a publishing deal with Mills & Boon, known for its romantic releases.
Insiders have claimed that the publishing house is keen to attract younger readers and believe that signing Amber up to release her own titles will do just that.
‘Mills & Boon have a solid fanbase, but they are keen to diversify and attract younger readers,’ a source told The Sun.
‘Amber is young, sexy and has a massive social media following. She’s got loads of experience in dating, as fans saw on [Love Island], so she has lots of ideas.’
They added that the reality star is set to channel her own ‘feistiness’ to come up with some great characters for her books.
What do we reckon? A villa setting? Complicated love triangles, people getting pied and putting all their eggs in one basket?
While Amber is yet to comment on whether she’ll be channelling her Love Island experience to put pen to paper, she has opened up on her recent experience of dating – especially in lockdown.
Speaking exclusively to Metro.co.uk, Amber told us that dating ‘doesn’t exist’ while we’re all in quarantine, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.
‘There’s been no such thing as dating in lockdown, it’s kind of tough,’ she said.
‘I don’t even see my family let alone anyone else and I’ve just really been focused working out and becoming a better version of myself.’
Sharing her hopes to date a non-celebrity in the future, Amber teased: ‘I’m always open to [dating], I’ve never written definitely like this is what I want but I’m just open to it.
‘I never like to close myself off to anything and never say never. I might have a boyfriend next year, who knows. It’s got to be the right person.’
Amber shot to fame on Love Island in 2019, where she won the show with her (now ex) Greg O’Shea. Things didn’t exactly work out for the pair, and Amber and Greg split a month after leaving the villa.
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