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Moonlight Over Manhattan (From Manhattan with Love) Mass Market Paperback – November 28, 2017
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Morgan brings us another delightful, romantic, and sexy tale that may just be the best so far in her From Manhattan with Love series" - Booklist (starred review)
"There's a dash of action, a sprinkle of cheer, and a lot of love to warm up this sweet, sexy wintertime tale." - Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"This touching seasonal sparkler delivers on all accounts, whether readers live in Manhattan or not." - Library Journal (starred review)
About the Author
USA Today bestselling author Sarah Morgan writes contemporary romance and women's fiction. Her trademark humour and warmth have gained her fans across the globe and three RITA® Awards from the Romance Writers of America. Sarah lives with her family near London, England, where the rain frequently keeps her trapped in her office. Visit her at www.sarahmorgan.com
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Ethan has a problem. He promised his sister to take care of Madi, the family dog. However, Madi is a social dog and isn't used to the long solitude staying with a doctor brings. That's why Ethan needs help. Harriet could stay at his apartment to take care of Madi. This solution isn't as easy as it sounds though. Harriet has never stayed at a client's apartment before and spending time with Ethan means she has to constantly be out of her comfort zone. Harriet is a great cook and she's wonderful company. The cynical Ethan doesn't think he has a heart, but having Harriet there might defrost him. What will happen after Madi returns home, will Harriet and Ethan have an actual chance at love or were they just conveniently thrown together for the duration of the holidays?
Moonlight Over Manhattan is an amazing sparkling love story. I immediately liked Harriet. She's a gentle person with a beautiful big heart. Both people and animals love her, but she's too insecure to see how great she really is. Her challenges are helping her to become a stronger person and I admired her for the determination to learn how to stand up for herself. I loved seeing her grow and enjoyed every single step of the process. When she meets Ethan she's ready to discover how strong she can be and his gruff nature constantly puts her to the test. I couldn't wait to find out where that would lead and loved the complexity of their situation.
Sarah Morgan's writing is fast-paced, easy to read and heartwarming. Moonlight Over Manhattan is a fantastic feelgood story. It's obvious Sarah Morgan cares about her characters and she lets her readers come really close to them. I like this aspect of her stories a lot. Another thing I enjoyed about Moonlight Over Manhattan is the animals. Madi has a fabulous personality and I often had to smile when I was reading about her adventures. Sarah Morgan combines the best aspects of homeliness with a gorgeous love story and a lovely happy ending. Moonlight Over Manhattan is enchanting, endearing and incredibly romantic.
Aww, I forget how good this series is until I dig into another one of the books and fall in love. This is a great addition to the series.
In this book, Harriet is trying to push herself, to improve. We've met her siblings who've been her support system in two of the other stories, but they have new spouses/priorities now. So, she's trying to push herself to be more assertive, more independent this holiday season. It starts with a Challenge Harriet plan. Every day she will do something that pushes her outside her comfort zone. Well, one of those challenges ends with her in the ER after she had to escape a bad date through a bathroom window and twisted her ankle.
There she met hot, hunky ER doc, Ethan, and made an impression on him just because she's such a nice person...something that he sadly doesn't get very often. But once she's gone, he figures he'll never see her again...but he's wrong. In a strange twist of fate, she's his sister's dog-walker...and he ends up taking care of the dog through the holidays. It's fate...or a fun author...LOL.
I loved that their encounter at the ER was so incredibly good and that their first encounter out of the ER was equally incredibly bad. My heart hurts for Harriet. She doesn't deal with contention well, and on that first/second meeting, Ethan is a pretty confrontational guy. Harriet runs, but she is trying to do the hard things, so she comes back. I admire her character so much. Everything she is doing is hard for her, but she knows she'll be better off for it. That makes her such an empathetic character.
I also really liked Ethan. As an ER doc, he's learned how to shut off his emotions on a certain level. As a result, he thinks that marriage or forever for him is impossible.
This is a great romantic, happy story. It's perfect for the holidays with all the images of NYC during Christmastime that I loved. Reading it was like watching a favorite holiday movie with all the happy feels and the need for a cup of cocoa, a roaring fire, and a big cozy blanket. I loved it and HIGHLY recommend you add it to your holiday reading essentials!
I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for an honest review, but I bought a print copy of the book for my keeper shelf.
This charming novel, with the romance, the humor, kept me glued to the book. This is not my usual go-to genre, but every once in a while, a contemporary romance and a little fluff is what I want. This story fit the bill. I have never read any other novels by Ms. Morgan, but this will not be my last.
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Moonlight Over Manhattan is a delightful read that is not without its dark and serious moments.Read more