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!
My Review – 4.5 Stars
I loved this concept! Six stories with reoccurring themes, the main one being a woman in a wedding dress on a subway. The reason for this makes each story unique and fascinating. I couldn’t wait to discover them all. You’ll notice other things happening as well, but I’ll let you find those out for yourself.
Some of the stories are funny and light, while others are hot and sensual. We get some romantic comedy, insta-love, friends to lovers, second chance romance, and best friend’s little sister. There’s a little something for everyone, and this anthology will introduce you to some amazing authors if you aren’t familiar with them already.
Times Square – 4 stars
Sweet angst-free love story. I loved Max and Lauren’s meetcute and the development of their relationship. Jana Aston packed a lot within the few pages of this novella.
St. George Station – 5 stars
I love Ainsley Booth!!! Toby and Cara’s story was exquisite! From the moment he silently begged her, in the prologue, to turn around and notice him, I was feeling his anxiousness and the anticipation of their inevitable fall. Friends to lovers/best friend’s little sister is one of my favorite tropes, and I would rate this novella up there with the best. But as always, I wanted more. Ainsley has a way of pulling you so far into the lives and loves of her characters that you can’t help but want more.
The Hammersmith and City Line – 4.5 stars
Hilariously outrageous, sexy, and fun. I love Ryan and Connie’s story. This was reminiscent of Bridget Jones’ Diary meets Survivor. LOL! I’m looking forward to reading more from this author.
The Loop – 4.5 stars
I really liked this story. It was my first by this author, and I’m excited to read more of what she’s written. Second chance romances are another of my favorite tropes. BJ Harvey did an excellent job of making it believable. Sarah and Cameron were real and raw. Their story was heartbreaking and passionate. I loved how easy they fell back into each other. I would have liked a bit more push back and maybe history hashing (or a flashback to their initial break up). My big beef was why did he have to leave her and not just marry her while in the Army.
Capitol South – 5 stars
Reese and Gray were so sweet! I really enjoyed their novella. As I mentioned before, friends to lovers is my absolute favorite trope. Raine Miller easily and beautifully wrote their tale of passion and uncertainty. There’s nothing like family obligations and manipulations to make you feel like any relationship might be tainted.
Wall Street Station – 4 stars
This story had a harder edge than the others in the novella. While I appreciated the added depth and struggles within the story line, I felt a little dirty reading about Sera’s job as well as how the men at Seth’s firm acted. I found Sera and Seth to be a sweet pairing and enjoyed their meeting and eventual HEA.