New York, Actually by Sarah Morgan

New York, Actually (From Manhattan with Love, #4)New York, Actually by Sarah Morgan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This eARC book was provided to my by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

When I first saw this book, the cover immediately grabbed me. Then the title, then the author, and then the description of the book. I had always wanted to try a book by Sarah Morgan, but just never got around to reading one. I was glad that New York, Actually was the first one I read by her.

This book was part of the From Manhattan with Love series, but I don’t think you have to read all of the other books in order to read this one because I didn’t feel lost at all in it. I do want to go back to read all of the other ones at some point though.

Sarah Morgan’s writing style reminded me of Sophie Kinsella. The book was like a contemporary chick literature type of romance. It was definitely right up my alley. I read the whole thing in a day. I tried to read it in one sitting, but couldn’t read it in one sitting.

Did I mention that that cover is such a pretty cover? I LOVE both of those colors.

One of my favorite quotes from the book was, “I’d say they were lucky to have met someone who felt that way. I’d say that finding someone who truly knows you, and loves you for who you are, is a rare gift in today’s world.” That quote was like a jaw dropping quote. It just made me want to hug the book. That’s how love is supposed to be to me at least and it’s rare when a romance book will actually have a realistic realization like that.

This book was a perfect five for me, especially since it made me want to hug it in the end. I’d definitely recommend it to other people.

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