Today we have the release day blitz for Love in Transit, a sexy new project from Jana Aston, Ainsley Booth, Kitty French, BJ Harvey, Raine Miller, and Liv Morris!
Title: Love in Transit
Genre: Contemporary Romance
About Love In Transit:
You know those people that have a house full of motivational slogans? Embrace Every Moment, stamped on their coffee mugs. Always Kiss Me Goodnight painted above their perfectly made beds.
I’m not one of those people.
This morning I overslept, then slipped on a stray sock and banged my toe into the nightstand. The elevator in my building broke and I had to run down six flights of stairs. And then my local coffee shop was closed. For health code violations.
What’s that? Not the end of the world? You want me to suck it up?
Did I mention I’m wearing a wedding dress… on the subway?
It’s a Good Day for a Hot Mess. Someone embroider that on a pillow.
Get your copy today!
5 Stars – a fantastic concept
Like most, the minute i read the blurb and heard the concept of this book – 6 authors, who had to use the blurb to write their own short story, I knew this was going to be a winner and i was so so right. Each and every story in this anthology was different and fantastic in its own way. Some of the authors were new to me and i can honestly say that i will be reading more of their books after this.
Jana gave us another hottie in Times Square and this time a wall street hottie called Max. This had all the things that i have come to love about Jana’s books. It was hot, sexy and full of great dialogue and had me swooning all over the place and hanging on every word. I didn’t want it to end.
Toby and Cara’s story was a brothers best friend/friends to lovers story and Ainsley wrote this so well. Cara needs a fake husband and Toby is only to willing to step up and volunteer. St George Station was sweet and had a real feel good factor and left me wanting to read more of Ainsley’s books
Kitty had me literally laughing out loud with Hammersmith and City Line. In true Kitty style this was packed full of humour in her usual quirky way. The concept was brilliant with a game show in where the grand prize was to win a dream wedding. I loved the nods to various films like The Hunger Games and classic horror films and it was great fun to read.
I love a second chance romance. The Loop had two high school sweethearts, Cam and Sarah, who haven’t seen each other for 12 years. Sarah was heartbroken when Cam enlisted and has never really got over her first love and his feelings for her have never changed. Throw into the mix a gay best friend who will do anything for his friend and what you have is a fab story. BJ Harvey nailed this one
Reese and Gray are Capitol Hill royalty both descended from former presidents. Told at a young age that they are to marry, neither of them could have known that to inherit her fortune, Reese was going to have to do just that. This story certainly feels like it needed longer, i needed more from these two for sure.
Seraphina was one strong woman. When her father fell victim to a ponzi scheme losing the family fortune and then commits suicide leaving her with a mother addicted to prescription drugs she does the only thing she can to make money. Seth is the family lawyer and has been in love with her since the first time he met her on a beach years before. He is totally swoon worthy and will do anything for Sera. Wall Street Station was a great introduction to this couple and i loved seeing Liv’s note at the end saying she is planning to extend it to a full length novel
This is the perfect summer read, in the garden with a nice cuppa or a glass of wine. Each author totally nailed this and its a fantastic collection of stories highlighting each authors own styles. Highly recommended.