Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Review: Love Discovered in New York


Title: Love Discovered in New York
Series: The Washington Triplets
Author: Danielle Allen
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Heat: 3 stars

Source: ARC provided by Book Plug Promotions

Cover: 3.5 stars
Characters: 5 stars
Plot: 5 stars
Heat: 3 stars
Freshness: 3 stars
Addictiveness: 4 stars
Total: 4 stars (17.5/24)

***This is a trilogy, with each book about one of the triplets. Each triplet's book is written by a different author, which give each of the girls their own distinct voice and personality, but the authors have meshed data and information really well, that it never feels disconnected.***

Mya is the youngest of the triplets, and has always been very unique. Because of her difficult into being what everyone expects of her, she has been labeled "the rebel" throughout her life even by her own parents. After tragedy hits her family, Mya is faced with the fact that nobody is perfect, even her parents and siblings. Trying to avoid reality Mya has chosen to close herself to the world, when a man she is not waiting for comes crashing her barriers out. Is she brave enough to face her own demons?

Ms. Allen has created an amazingly well developed plot, in which everything is perfect. The pace of the book, the way the story flows, the cohesiveness of the tale, the gradually intensity built, and the perfect climax are all expertly traced by the author in a way that makes the reader unable to let the book go, and ending the story wanting more.

Both main characters are extremely well crafted, that it is hard for me to choose whom I've liked best. Mya is a kick-ass heroine and Colton is the hot, dark and dangerous type of hero. I'm unable of choosing something from them I have disliked. They are both easy to connect, relate, love and understand.

The passionate moments of this story are also really well done. The description of the scenes are hot, but classy, and the chemistry between characters are off-the-charts. 

I'm really looking forward to read more about Ms. Allen, and I've ended this story ready to learn more about the other sisters.

I would recommend this book to anyone that enjoys contemporary romance that involves a hot alpha hero and a hard to get heroine.

"Imitation makes you who they are; individuality makes you who you are."

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