- File Size: 707 KB
- Print Length: 144 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Pink Bloom Publishing (May 16, 2017)
- Publication Date: May 16, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06Y51HMJC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,252 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Desperately Seeking Mr. Right (Destined For Love: Europe) Kindle Edition
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This series is called Destination Romance Europe so I get to visit Europe in my upcoming reading adventures and I can't wait. Desperately Seeking Mr. Right is the first book in the series. The first book I read in the series was Meet Me At Sunrise where we get to read about Porto, Portugal and was beautiful and amazing. With this book we get to read about a place I would love to visit and explore, London. There wasn't a lot of descriptions of the actual places but a great little shout out to lots of great places to go visit...the characters of course were able to visit the locations but the story revolved more around their relationship and pasts than describing where they were going.
Phoebe is in desperate need of a vacation, so what does anybody do? Grab a groupon and head to London. ;-) Of course there is a big mixup with her luggage and a funny story and ends with a cute meet. I had to laugh about her waiting in the hotel lobby and what happens there. Too funny. No spoilers here so you'll have to read to discover why I thought it was funny. One word for ya: AWKWARD! Hee Hee!!! Once Phoebe gets her luggage situation figured out, her luggage fiasco counterpart(Bryan) and her discover they are both coming to London for sightseeing. With the chemistry starting to brew this turns into a cute and sweet story.
Now, neither one of them are baggage free(yep I'm gonna go there with that pun) and have to decide how much they want to share or not share from their pasts. The question is, if they hold back will that ruin further chances they have to continue a relationship? Or will disclosing all free them or cause more problems than good.
Everything is going rather nice until the past decides to show up and unresolved issues are getting their moment to be resolved. I know that's vague but honestly I don't like giving spoilers and that probably is going to reveal too much as is if you start to read the book. But as with most story lines, there can be no resolution without a little (or a lotta) angst. It was very well written and the mystery surrounding Bryan keeps you guessing. He was a great character, honest, fun and all around a good guy. How could you not want to meet and tour London with him?
I wish this was a little longer because it ended a little too soon for what I wanted. The ending worked but it left the reader wanting a little more about these two characters. My hope is maybe the author is going to use this for a set up with a series about these characters and some of the secondary characters mentioned. A girl can always hope right? It is a novella and one that can be read fairly quickly, it took me a couple hours but I was stopping off and on and coming back to it when I could.
London, Scotland, Kilts, Red phone booths, Double Decker Bus tour, Baseball Cap, Karma, breakfast, malt vinegar, crumpet, skype, text messages, a map, ex-fiances, reality tv, fish and chips, heartache, kissing, hotel, jet lag, crying, hospital, and lots more tucked within this fun clean romance.
Content: Clean, nothing beyond a few sweet kisses.
I received a copy from the author. All thoughts and opinions in the review are my own.
Sally Johnson, Desperately Seeking Mr. Right - A well written, entertaining novel that moves swiftly and then you're done. The main characters were interesting and believable. I'll be looking for more of this author's books.
Lucinda Whitney, Meet Me At Sunrise - A well written, warmhearted romance set on a river cruise ship, with a touch of intrigue. The believable, interesting characters and plot grab your attention and the next thing you know, the story is finished. There's an overview of the book, which I appreciate. Two of the main characters were introduced in Meet Me At Twilight, another delightful read.
Lucinda Whitney, Hold Me At Twilight - A well written, warmhearted romance with more members of the Romano family, featured in Meet Me At Sunrise. The believable, interesting characters and plot grab your attention and the next thing you know, the story is finished too quickly. There's an overview of the book, which I appreciate. Two of the characters from this book are main characters in Meet Me At Sunrise, a delightful novel.
Danyelle Ferguson, Once Upon A Wish - A well written romance with believable characters and plot that takes the reader through a variety of emotions. I did have problems getting into the story, but then my interest was caught.
Lisa Swinton, 12 Days To Love - A well written, adventurous romance with a funny, fast paced plot for two believable, real people. At the beginning the main female character acts a little immature, but becomes a doll and blooms as the story goes on; even finding an exciting future by accident. The author did a wonderful job describing the sites of Italy visited. Included is an overview, which I appreciate knowing the contents of a book. I'm interested in reading Fallen Angel, which is the story of the two people mentioned by the two important Italian characters.
Never Trust The Rain - A well written, fast paced romance with a funny lady and wonderful man who find love in the rain. This heartwarming story leaves a smile on the reader even when the story ends. This is my second favorite story from the Destiny Europe series. Included is an overview, which I appreciate knowing the contents of a book.
Lindzee Armstrong, Kiss Me in the Moonlight - This is not a fluffy romance, it has substance. A well written, intriguing romance with believable characters and a good plot set in Europe. The tour chaperone and her teen aged group mixed with the covert agent striving to prevent their kidnappings and solve a murder fills the story with suspense.