About the Book:
“You don’t find love, it finds you. It’s got a little bit to do with destiny, fate and what’s written in the stars.” Anais Nin
A hopeless romantic.
A cynical web show producer.
An unscrupulous cameraman.
A sleazy businessman.
An aspiring actress.
A womanizing best friend.
A scheming ex-girlfriend.
A commitment-phobic roommate.
An unlucky-in-love buddy.
These lives intersect when an average guy is awed by a gorgeous mystery woman on a New York subway and vows to meet her.
What a cute, entertaining, and uplifting romance! Based on a missed connection, ‘The Subway Girl’ explores modern celebrity culture and modern romance with the story of Ryan, a Iowa native who spots a beautiful woman on the New York City subway, and Angie, the producer of a reality TV show about love and relationships.
Ryan is the ultimate nice guy, who briefly spots a mysterious woman on the subway but loses her in the crowd. After lots of failed attempts to locate her, a reality television show produced by Angie might be his only hope.
Angie is very cynical when it comes to relationships and has been burned in the past. But it doesn’t take her long to realize she is falling in love with Ryan, who is seemingly uninterested and only focused on finding the elusive Subway Girl.
I was pleasantly surprised by the heat level of this book and the witty banter between the characters! It all felt very fresh and modern. And I loved the New York City setting, the author seems so familiar with the local landmarks. The obsession with reality TV and celebrity culture is all very fascinating and makes for a fun, lively story.
I enjoyed this sweet, sexy and fast-paced romance. I felt a bit disconnected from our main characters but still think this is a perfectly fun and light summer read, sure to please all new adult romance lovers!
(An advance copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.)