- File Size: 169 KB
- Print Length: 62 pages
- Publisher: Stephanie Elliot; 1 edition (January 30, 2012)
- Publication Date: January 30, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0073WA85U
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,293,965 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Cell Phone Lot Kindle Edition
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Story of an architect who owns his own business and he likes the profile of a woman in CA. They exchange emails and talk on the phone and agree to meet.
He heads to the airport that weekend to wait for the plane to land and he meets Bridge, who's at the cell phone lot to meet her sister's plane. They get to know one another
with a few hours to kill and enjoy each other's company. Things from there don't go quite as expected.....
Who would of thought of putting two people at a cell phone lot? In the middle of a snow storm?
It's a fun boy meets girl story that keeps moving, dialogue works and the writing is tight. I love how comfortable Bridge and Grant are sitting in the bar as they fall in like/love. And it's sweet to watch them react to the comments the bartender makes. I also like how her sister responds on the phone to Grant telling her Bridge bit her bottom lip when talking about him. It's a delightful novella.
I look forward to Stephanie writing a longer piece.
Bridge's cell phone is dead, the snow is coming down harder and her car won't start! Grant takes notice and lends a helping hand. Both flights are delayed and Grant and Bridge use that time to get to know one another. Sparks are flying, conversation is flowing and then -- Grant's Internet friend arrives.
Read the rest to find out what happens! My only, only criticism is that it was too short and I wanted, more, more, more!!! Are, you listening to me, Stephanie? More, please!
This story was also a page-turner for me and such a fun read, I was on the edge of my seat rooting for the characters and wondering what would happen next. There's a wonderful warmth and she hit just the right note of humor, just enough to add to the story and make you smile. I hope the author is working on something else, ideally a longer story, something I can curl up with for awhile. I look forward to it!
I have been following Stephanie's blog since I first started thinking about blogging myself. Her blog is one of the first blogs I came across and I love it. She has a great sense of humor and .... she gives away lots of books!
The Cell Phone Lot is a wonderful, fun story. You probably can guess how the story ends but it sure was fun getting there. Stephanie is a very good writer and the hour I spent in this story passed very quickly and was extremely enjoyable.
I am excited to read whatever Stephanie writes next!
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