Anna Kirby is sick of dating. She’s tired of heartbreak. Despite being smart, sexy, and funny, she’s a magnet for men who don’t deserve her.
A week’s vacation in New York is the ultimate distraction from her most recent break-up, as well as a great place to meet a stranger and have some summer fun. But to protect her still-bruised heart, fun comes with rules. There will be no sharing stories, no swapping numbers, and no real names. Just one night of uncomplicated fun.
Super-successful serial seducer Ethan Scott has some rules of his own. He doesn’t date, he doesn’t stay the night, and he doesn’t make any promises.
It should be a match made in heaven. But rules are made to be broken.
A Week in New York is the first in a series of three novellas.
One week in New York visiting her best friend is just what Anna needs to get over the current ex-boyfriend. Some down time and some sight seeing are just what she needs. Maybe a little fling will help to put her broken heart back together. When she meets “Ethan” at the bar and decides to go home with him its not her normal thing. She tells him she has rules, like no real names, jobs or phone numbers. Ethan agrees to her rules since he isn’t the “dating” type anyway. He’s all about the one night stands and no strings attached. But one night with Anna and she’s all he can think about. He needs to see her again. Ethen has a friend track her down the next day at a restaurant and he “accidentally” runs in to her and asks her out to dinner. They end up agreeing to a week long affair since they both agree the sex was amazing. But how easily can they walk away at the end of the week??
I loved where this storyline was going and cant wait to read the whole book. This book was fairly short and I don’t want to give too much away. These two play so well off of each other. I’m hoping for a little more background info on Anna and Ethan in Autumn in London. I give A Week In New York by Louise Bay 4 Stars and I cant wait for December to see where these two end up!!!
I write sexy, romantic, contemporary novels – the kind I like to read!
Ruined by romantic mini-series of the seventies and eighties, I love all things romantic. There’s not enough of it in real life so I’ll settle for books and films.
I love the rain, the West Wing, London, days when you don’t have to wear make-up, being alone, being with friends, elephants and champagne.