Part 2 of the The Empire State Trilogy
Releasing December 2, 2014
Anna Kirby went to New York to escape heartbreak and have some fun. She wasn’t meant to meet someone . . . someone like Ethan. Now, back in London, she’s faced with another man to get over.
Ethan Scott broke every one of his rules during his week with Anna and now he can’t seem to go back to life before her. A business trip to London gives him the opportunity to change his rules for good. Will he take it?
Autumn in London is the second part of The Empire State Series, a series of three novellas.
*Review copy received from the author for an honest review*
5 “I don’t Bullshit” Stars!
So I was left heartbroken at the end of A Week in New York. But, I was optimistic that Autumn in London would heal that broken heart 🙂 And it did!! I am so in love with Ethan and Anna’s characters. Together, they are great! They will make you believe that there is that someone out there, and sometimes it just takes a while to find him or her.
“Disappointed I don’t work construction?”
I was really happy to get some answers about Ethan in this part of the story. I kinda felt like he was a mystery in A Week in New York. But, now I know more about him and love him even more. I almost felt like I needed to hold my breath reading Autumn in London. I was so afraid everything was going to fall apart, and I couldn’t take anymore endings like the first. We are still left wondering where things are going from here, at the end of Autumn in London, but it’s not as heart breaking as the first.
“This was a new Ethan. Family Ethan. Loyal, proud. It was nice. But I didn’t need a reason to like him more.”
This installment of the series is sexy and sweet. What an awesome combination!! There is no lack of steamy scenes here, but yet the author still gave us some emotional moments for Ethan and Anna that added to my new love of Ethan.
If you haven’t started this series, you need to now!! It’s an easy, quick, and smooth read that you are sure to enjoy 🙂
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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.