Saturday, 25 June 2016

What Happens in New York Book Review

*Sponsered post*

Nearly a year after finishing my Masters Degree in English Literature I'm finally, FINALLY, getting back into reading. So when Kristina got in touch and asked me to review her new book, What Happens in New York, I was eager to get stuck in.

What Happens in New York is about best friends Hollie and Fayth. Hollie, an aspiring designer, is stuck in a dead end job she hates and Fayth, working behind the bar at her family pub, is struggling to cope with the loss of her mum and sister and her estranged cheating husband. Fed up with their current situations they decide to go to New York for a couple of days. On their first night in New York the girls meet Astin Mack, a former model turned stuntman and Liam York, a floppy-haired movie star. It's your typical, lighthearted, girls go to New York, find love and friendship kinda story, very Sex and the City-esque, but it does touch on more important issues like loss and anxiety. 

The book gets off to a shaky start, I had to read quite a few chapters to get into it, and there are a few technical writing choices that I'm not keen on, I blame my MA! I analyse everything like I'm writing an essay on it, but overall it's easy to read and a nice story. It's a good holiday read, that will make you want to jump on the next plane to New York. If you're a fan of Lindsey Kelk's I Heart series then chances are you'll like What Happens in New York

What Happens in New York  is available on Amazon 

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*Disclaimer* This is a sponsored post. An ebook version was sent to me for free, to review. This in no way changes my opinion of the product. All thoughts and opinions expressed are entirely my own, 

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