Is there anything more life changing than: Starry-Eyed Love

by Helena Hunting

Those who enjoy romance novels will, I think, enjoy this title. It is a fun, absorbing read. Main character London works in her family’s hotel. As life turns out, one day a big client turns out to be someone that London once met in a bar and turned down. The action takes place from there. Readers may well be able to imagine the end of this story but the fun is in savoring as they get there.

I relaxed and happily followed this story of London and her family as well as that of the wealthy Jackson. This seems like the perfect read for a sunny spring day.

Note: This book is the second in a series. I think that it can be read on its own. Readers will probably want to read both title though.

Many thanks to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for this title. All opinions are my own.

Pub date: 10 May 2022

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Editorial Reviews

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Praise for When Sparks Fly:

“When Sparks Fly will warm your heart and make you cry – sometimes at the same time.” – PopSugar

“In this delightfully fun standalone contemporary from prolific and ever-lively Hunting, the author plays to her literary strengths by giving readers a sensuality-forward storyline that is neatly lightened by snarky humor even as it’s deftly grounded by a thoughtful exploration of the roles family and friends can play in our lives.” – Booklist

“This is a solid pick for romance fans.” – Publishers Weekly

“The supporting characters―Avery’s two sisters and her and Declan’s group of friends―make the romance richer.” – Kirkus Reviews

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