Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Review: Nothing Like Love by Abigail Strom

Simone Oliver prides herself on being a realist and a cynic. A brilliant set designer for a Manhattan theater company, she thrives in the background and is perfectly comfortable in jeans, Chuck Taylors, and a paint-smeared T-shirt. That is, until Zach Hammond, the award-winning (and sexy-as-hell) British director, turns the spotlight on her. He’s clearly captivated by her and won’t take no for an answer—but Simone is determined to maintain her position that love’s not worth the risk.

A hopeless romantic who can quote Shakespeare on a whim, Zach has spent his life center stage, surrounded by world-famous actors and royalty. But nothing he’s seen can compare to what Simone can create. Before long, he finds himself as mesmerized by her brash beauty as he is by her work, and he’s determined to seduce her stubborn heart.

But while the two may have been successful at relegating romance to the wings in New York, when their production moves to a centuries-old Irish castle in County Clare, there may be just enough magic to give true love the curtain call it deserves.

My Thoughts:
I liked Simone and Zach. She's the set designer and he's the director. She lives in new York and he lives in London. They don't have much in common but are attracted to one another anyway. They have very different views on love but get to know each other. Fate seems to be getting in their way. It's sweet. They push each other out of their comfort zones. Even though they are very different, they just work. I enjoyed this. 

My Rating: ****
Steam Factor: !!!

My Source:

Where to get it:

Amazon | B&N | Indiebound

Where to find the author:

Website | Twitter | FacebookGoodreads

No comments:

Post a Comment

I would love to hear from you!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...