I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Meg Maguire
Released: Apr. 3, 2013
Series: Strangers on a Train #3
Published by Samhain Publishing
it’s playfulness will make you fall in love. ~ Under the Covers
THANK YOU FOR RIDING is my first Meg Maguire book, however I am a big fan of this author’s other work as Cara McKenna. Right off the bat, I noticed the differences in voice and writing style. Maguire’s writing is a little more upbeat and charming, with that little spice. It’s the perfect voice for a sweet story like this one.
These two lovebirds, Caitlin and Mark first meet at the Red Cross where they are both donating blood. Not your usual place you’d think for a romantic meet up, but I thought it was charming and very funny at the same time.
After a horrible breakup that leaves Caitlin both flabbergasted and undignified, she takes the subway home, expecting to just jump into bed with her cat and moap about. But there she runs into Mr. Cute and they hit it off!
THANK YOU FOR RIDING is a great, fun-filled story that brings forth the charm and seduction in spades! With a lovable heroine and a hero who can literally charm your pants off, this isn’t a story you want to miss. It will have you smiling and even laughing out loud; it’s playfulness will make you fall in love.
* ARC provided by publisher
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