Thursday, January 15, 2015

ARC Tour | New Year in Manhattan by Louise Bay



23156607The Empire State Series concludes in New Year in Manhattan.

Anna and Ethan are separated by the Atlantic Ocean. Their previous rules no longer apply.

In order to make things work, Anna needs to let go of her past and take a risk with Ethan. Ethan needs to learn how to deal with the ambiguity of a relationship.

Long-distance relationships are never easy and their relationship is fragile. For how long can it survive under the pressure of separation? Are either of them prepared to give up what they have for the other?

But distance isn’t the only obstacle Anna and Ethan face. Ultimately they have to decide whether they want to share a future together.

Part One - A Week in New York and Part Two - Autumn in London Are out now.

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Long-distance Relationship - can they last? 

It takes tough people with great trust and love to survive a relationship that is continents and oceans apart. Longer relationships sometimes rarely make it, and this two just started to hit things off. Can it survive all the storms? 

For them to make things work, Anna needs to let go of her past, and learn to trust Ethan. And as for Ethan who doesn't have any idea of this type of relationship, he needed some manual on how to make it last. He wanted her, he will do anything, get through anything for her.

Long distance relationship can indeed be a little hot when both parties are into it. Not to mention the absence made the heart grew fonder.


It's not only the distance, or the trust issues, but their future together. Do they have one? They have successful career on the continent they live in. Who would be willing to leave their friends and family behind? Would they be willing to take the risk?

Louise Bay made sure the last installment would be a little hotter, sweeter and worth all the anticipation. Things might get a little frustrating, characters might get a little bit annoying, but the fast-paced, steam-filled romantic would just make everything worth it. 






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.


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A Week In New York
❈ Purchase Link ➙ http://amzn.to/1t9WnqR
❈ My Review ➙ http://bit.ly/1yt6XN3

Autumn in London
❈ Purchase Link ➙ http://amzn.to/1yIngAN
❈ My Review ➙ http://bit.ly/1wpj7n2



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