Wednesday, October 22, 2014

ARC TOUR, Book Review | A Week In New York by Louise Bay


Anna Kirby is sick of dating. She's tired of heartbreak. Despite being smart, sexy, and funny, she's a magnet for men who don't deserve her.

A week's vacation in New York is the ultimate distraction from her most recent break-up, as well as a great place to meet a stranger and have some summer fun. But to protect her still-bruised heart, fun comes with rules. There will be no sharing stories, no swapping numbers, and no real names. Just one night of uncomplicated fun.

Super-successful serial seducer Ethan Scott has some rules of his own. He doesn't date, he doesn't stay the night, and he doesn't make any promises.

It should be a match made in heaven. But rules are made to be broken.

A Week in New York is the first in a series of three novellas.

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Anna wanted to take a break from the dating scene and have a vacation. She had enough of dating pricks and heartbreakers. A week in New York seemed to be a good idea, especially when she’ll be spending it with a close friend.

What she didn’t expect was to meet a handsome stranger that will make her 7-day vacation worth it. But there’s a catch – RULES are set by both parties and should be followed. It should have been one night of uncomplicated, wild, orgasm-filled sex.

But it seems that serial seducer Ethan Scott can’t get enough. One by one – he started to break his own rules. He was completely drawn to Anna since the first moment he met her. But she was soon to go back home – the ultimate question remains: would he ask her to stay or would he let her go?

If this is how the story started – I must say, I am excited of how the story will continue on the two novellas after this. The first book gives one heck of an anticipation that will make you crave for this series.





About the Author

I write sexy, romantic, contemporary novels - the kind I like to read!

Ruined by romantic mini-series of the seventies and eighties, I love all things romantic. There's not enough of it in real life so I'll settle for books and films.

I love the rain, the West Wing, London, days when you don't have to wear make-up, being alone, being with friends, elephants and champagne.



•Complimentary Copy was given in exchange for an honest review.•

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