Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Three Book Review


Love in the City Series

 Kat Williams is a spirited young professional recovering from a painful breakup with her cheating ex-fiancé. Working late on New Year's Eve, she's one of the last employees to leave the office and hasn't heard about a snowstorm hitting the Chicagoland area.

Driving home on snow-covered roads, she loses control of her car and becomes stranded on Lake Shore Drive. Trapped by the storm's wrath, she's rescued by perfect stranger Drew Michaels, a sweet and handsome cure for her broken heart.

Yale University freshman Ally Brown is spending her first Thanksgiving away from home. Feeling alone and restless in a deserted dormitory, she sets off on an adventure to tour the amazing holiday window displays along New York City's Fifth Avenue.

But her plans get sidetracked as she switches from tourist to stalker after spotting her crush, Jack Prescott, who is taking the same train into the city. He's the handsome Editor in Chief of the Yale Daily News and the man of her dreams—if only she could work up the courage to speak to him.

Certain that it would take a miracle for Jack to notice her, Ally experiences her own "Miracle on 34th Street" when things take an surprisingly romantic turn, thanks to a little Magic at Macy's.


Meet Emily Norris. A single, but hopeful, young flight attendant who's trying to survive the holiday made for lovers. She plans on spending the evening with her best friend Monica. Add a chick flick, some wine and February 15th can't arrive fast enough.

However, Emily's night and plans take an unexpected turn when she finds Ethan Murphy, aka The Panty Dropper, knocking at her door. Find out what fate has in store when these two are struck by Cupid's arrow.  



Liv resides in Manhattan with her husband of twenty-eight years. They have three grown daughters who are scattered across the United States. She was raised in the beautiful Ozark Mountains of southern Missouri and feels blessed to have a supportive and close family.

She received a B.S. in Communication from the University of Maryland. Currently, Liv is writing and publishing her short story series, Love in the City, while completing her first novel.


I enjoyed every book very much. They were quick, fun reads that could easily be that final read before bedtime entertainment. My favorite among the three would have to be Magic at Macy’s because of the originality of the story. It wasn’t predictable, at least not to me, and the twist was endearing and made me want to hang on to my hubby just a bit tighter. My least favorite was Perfect Strangers. For some reason, I just didn’t feel the connection between the two characters like I did in other books. And in The Panty Dropper – what can I say? I loved the whole cat & mouse flirting during dinner. I could’ve lived without the prologue and epilogue, but that’s just me. My overall rating is 4 heels.

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