- File Size: 141 KB
- Print Length: 101 pages
- Publisher: Cipher-Naught (February 12, 2018)
- Publication Date: February 12, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079SMNPQ4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #392 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Scenes from the Hallway (Knitting in the City Book 8) Kindle Edition
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If you haven't read the Knitting in the City Series, what are you waiting for? This probably will still make sense because each book is meant to be read as a standalone, but I still recommend the rest of the books.
If you want to know what this short story is about, the blurb says is all... It's the story before the story about Kat and Stan the security man. If you're a Knitting in the City fan, I doubt these two need any more introduction than that. Also, if you're a fan of the series I'm wondering why you're reading this review? What are you waiting for? Get it now before it's too late!
For those of you left, you have most likely not heard of this series, nor have you heard about Kat and Dan the security man. This romance has been in the making for a while, take it from someone who's already read it, it's sweet, touching, funny and sexy. Marriage of Inconvenience, book #7 is the last of the Knitting in the City series, but you don't have to read the entire series to love this couple. It's a wonderful read for any contemporary romance lover, and the best part of all is that you can get a preview with this FREE novella. So what are you waiting for!?
The author warns that the novella contains a lot of foul language. Believe me, it does not come anywhere close to the amount Dan curses in Marriage of Inconvenience. That degree of swearing would normally turn me off, but for some reason I find it hilarious and part of Dan’s charm.
This short story is only four chapters long, but it includes the first three chapters of Marriage of Inconvenience which should whet your appetite for the amazingly entertaining book.
"Who knew the word friends could sound so sharp? Like the verbal equivalent of a serrated knife."
I can only imagine that Penny herself is a bit quirky because she imbues her characters with the most creative thoughts. Kat experiences a "jazz square of indecision" trying to exit Dan's presence. Dan sees a woman and determines she must not be part of her brother's gang because her khakis show that she clearly knows how to wield and
There just is no one better than Reid at blending wit, angst, and steam in the modern romance genre.
Heroine stars ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
Storyline stars ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
Audiobook stars -
I LOVED this book. Booklet? Anyway, it was faaaar too short! Penny Reid is such a teasing teaser who teases! I want more Dan! I NEED more Dan! OMG Dan! And OMG his cussing! *blushes like a virgin*
I always knew Dan as the playful, cheeky, funny guy who had a ginormous man-crush on Nico. But then I read Scenes form the Hallway, oh boy, am I seeing him in a new light.
And Kat. I saw her as a mousy non-character who is a runaway-heiress in earlier books, but then I am beginning to see how this was intentional. Obviously we don’t know the full story yet (duh! I need to read Marriage of Inconvenience, out in less than 3 weeks!!!) to know the whole story, but I am seeing different layers to her personality I never knew existed.
If you are into the Knitting in the City series and, like me, are excited for Kat and Dan’s book, then please do yourself a favour, download this book (it is/is soon going to be free on all platforms!) and devour it like I did.
Overall, I highly recommend this book.