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    Sweet, heartwarming and sexy

    While Sarah Morgan has been on my TBR list for quite some time, I hadn't had the chance to read one of her books until I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of Sleepless in Manhattan. After reading this first book in her new series I can honestly say that I've been missing out. I intend to read as many of her past books as I possibly can and of course all of her future releases. This book has a little bit of everything. It is sweet, heartwarming, sexy, steamy and even funny. I absolutely fell in love with all the characters. I loved the relationship between all of them. It was fun to watch Paige and Jake's relationship evolve. Especially, watching Jake come to grips of his feelings for Paige. I had a hard time putting the book down. The story flowed, keeping me hooked and like I was part of the story. It is a fantastic story of family, friendships and love. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review of this book.
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    Breathless In Manhattan

    Paige Walker has been in love with Jake Romano for years but ever since she bared herself, literally, to him as a teenager and he rebuffed her she's kept all her emotions guarded with men. When Paige and her two best friends lose their jobs they decide, with Jake's urging, to open their own event planning business. Even though he avoids close contact with her he still comes through with help and advice for them. Since his best friend is Paige's brother he is always on guard with his feelings. This is a story of love, friendship and life in the big city for three single women. I love this story. Aside from the romantic angle it's a beautiful story of true friendship. I can't wait to read Eva and Frankie's stories. Sleepless In Manhattan will leave you feeling good and hopeful that there is a silver lining behind every dark cloud. I highly recommend reading this book as soon as you can.
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    Risk worth taking

    Sarah has given you a sweet story that has ups and downs that three best friends struggle through. Being fired, starting their own business, and Paige looking for love from her brother's best friend keeps you riveted while you root for success for all of them. Will Jake take a risk with his heart like he does in business or will he miss the best thing, Paige's love, that would ever happen to him? Is it a risk worth taking? Sarah knows how to bring her characters to life with humor, caring, loyalty, chemistry, friendship, love, and determination to do the right thing. These are friends you would love to have in your own life.
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    Couldn't put it down

    I received this book in exchange for an honest review. "Where does it ever say that people who love you get it right?" This quote from Sleepless in Manhattan really hit home for me as a major theme in the book. Morgan's newest novel centers around Paige and Jake...two friends who come together through business. The book begins with Paige finding herself in trouble with her job and Jake, a successful businessman himself, stepping in with advice. Jake's push gives Paige and her friends, Eva and Frankie, the encouragement they need to start up their own company. All is great except for it finds Paige in constant contact with Jake who also happens to be her brother's best friends and her long-time crush. Jake has his own issues from the past that come into play and as the two spend more time together, their friendship only grows stronger and their chemistry explodes. I loved getting to know Paige and Jake and watching their relationship grow and see how they learned how to "get it right" for each other. I loved watching Paige's friends and brother watch Paige and Jake figure out how to "get it right" and what each character's version of that was. I really enjoyed that this book went beyond the surface of the characters and you really felt what it was in their histories holding them back and how they had to overcome them. Morgan makes the struggle more real which makes the ending that much sweeter and enjoyable. As with all her books, Morgan gives us strong, funny, lovable characters that show us true friendship in Paige, Eva, and Frankie. The women are all so different in personality, the dialogue and interaction between them is fantastic. The bond they have throughout the story is part of what makes Sleepless in Manhattan such a great book. She makes you care about her friends, as well as Paige's brother Matt, just as much as you do Paige and Jake, and leaves you wanting to know more about their stories and what happens to them. Sleepless in Manhattan is a fun, smart, warm, sexy book that pulls you in and has you feeling as if you are joining the characters for a drink on their rooftop terrace in NYC with them. I could not put this book down and cannot wait for the next in the series. Highly recommended!
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    Such a fun series!

    I started this series with installment #3 because this is the type of series that allows you to do that. You can come and go with no confusion. I loved #3 which was themed perfectly for the holiday time in which I read it. Afterwards, I found the first two installments and quickly got started. Sleepless in Manhattan wasn't quite as enjoyable as #3 in my personal opinion, but it was a solid contemporary romance with surprising layers. The hero is plagued by a dysfunctional perception of relationships due to poor modeling on his parents' part. The heroine has been in significant medical treatment the majority of her life which caused her character to have some interesting complexities. This is a friends to lovers romance, but as you can see, it's not that simple. Given the complicated characters, I felt that they were still portrayed fairly superficially but I can recognize that this is not intended to be a literary fiction nor a boring case study. It's a steamy but humorous romance, so superficial is sometimes allowed and happily overlooked. I did very much enjoy Sleepless in Manhattan and am excited to continue on to #2...and yes, probably #3 (again :P). My favorite quote: “Can we watch something romantic for a change?” “I was thinking horror.” Matt typed a reply to one of his emails. “Silence of the Lambs, or maybe some Stephen King-” “No way!” Eva recoiled. “I hate horror. Unless you want to wake up and find me shivering in your bed because I'm too scared to sleep alone, you'd better pick something else. No serial killers. No dead children. Those are my rules. Can we watch Sleepless in Seattle?” “Not unless the reason they're sleepless is because there's a serial killer on the loose.”
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