The Subway Girl: An Opposites Attract Contemporary Romance Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B085G5WZTB
- Publication date : July 14, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 1118 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 251 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #228,539 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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By Val on August 6, 2020
By DMommie2000 on July 20, 2020
The Subway Girl was a cute contemporary romance. I loved the premise of seeing someone on the subway and then trying to find and connect with them. The book looked at how social media, timing, fate, and maybe a little luck, can all combine to bring strangers together. One of my favorite parts of the book, were the male and female friendships and how supportive and loyal Ryan and Angie's friends were. Luke and Diego were absolutely hilarious and I loved the playful ribbing and teasing between them all. Josie was also so wonderful and I loved her confidence and ride or die attitude. I'm very intrigued by Luke and Josie's budding romance and also the best friend's little sister vibe I'm getting from Diego and Finlay. I also really liked how the story showed the positives and negatives of social media. What is presented to the world can so easily be distorted and in many ways, The Subway Girl was a cautionary tale about not jumping to conclusions and believing everything you see, hear, or read. As much as I liked the characters, I never truly fell in love with Ryan and Angie. Ryan almost seemed too good to be true and he came across as a little too naive. The sexy times were very hot though and I am always a fan of the dirty talking boy scout heroes. Overall, this was an entertaining read that romantics at heart will really enjoy!
*I voluntarily read an advance review copy of this book*
Ryan is a kind and endearing soul and it isn't hard to see why anyone would be attracted to him. He comes across as that perfect guy, but no one is perfect and I think Ryan's downfall is he doesn't realize that he doesn't want this mystery woman when Angie has captured his interest and possibly his heart.
Angie was burned by a past relationship and when she agrees to help Ryan find this mystery woman, he is just another job. That is until they spend hours scrolling through videos of those that have responded to his plea. It doesn't take long before she realizes the person that Ryan is and falls in love but takes a back seat to this work project.
This is a story of the search for a perfect relationship and sometimes you don't know what you right under your nose until you lose it and then are miserable wanting it back.
I enjoyed the banter between Ryan and Angie and the addition of their friends/roommate/co-workers just rounded the story out. Josie is a true friend and has her own ideas about men and relationships which is a boon to Angie when she has her rollercoaster moments. Diego and Luke provide some great comic relief but are also Ryan's support system. There is a side story with Luke and Josie that I think would make a great book, so maybe the author has that the works? We can hope! Ryan's younger sister is a hoot. She knows her brother well and likes to poke fun at him when the situation arises.
But no story has all likable characters. Barry is the sleazeball owner of Gossip Monger and is all about the dollar and using anyone and everyone to pull in higher ratings for his shows. Frankie is Ryan's ex-girlfriend who wants to try and get back with Ryan for the publicity. You could say she is Barry's dream come true! Harlan is a character that is on the fence. He could go either way - slimeball or friend.
I enjoyed the banter between the characters and watching Ryan and Angie's story develop. It wasn't a smooth road but it all works out in the end.