Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Review of Midnight At Tiffany's by Sarah Morgan

The bit on the back…

Matilda is a New York waitress by day, but an aspiring author by night – and she loves to write about kickass heroines!

So when she meets gorgeous millionaire Chase Adams, she decides to channel them and act on their sizzling attraction! One magical night later, she's living the dream, but will a trip to Tiffany's make it a reality?

This is the prequel novella to Sarah’s much anticipated new series From Manhattan With Love. The story focuses on Matilda and Chase two side characters from the main series.

Matilda is naturally clumsy and accident prone unlike the ballsy and feisty heroines she writes about. I liked her instantly! One thing I love about all of Sarah’s characters is that no matter what their life entails, what their job is, there is always some part of them that you can recognise in yourself and identify with. For one night she reimagines herself as one of her characters allowing herself some freedom from her normal life. Chase, like Matilda, finds himself leaving the same party earlier and just like Matilda assumes a different identity for the night when Matilda doesn’t recognise him. Allowing himself a rare moment of anonymity he revels in it and is a very charming man with a bright sparkle in his eye.

I loved that both characters had one night to step outside their normal lives and take a break from the expectations and the burdens of day to day life. Chase and Matilda have a real connection regardless of them not knowing the others true identity and in true Sarah Morgan style you are in for a romantic and sexy read. I love Sarah’s book boyfriends and it’s safe to say Chase is another one to add to the ever growing list.

Midnight At Tiffany’s is THE perfect prequel to what is shaping up to be yet another fantastic series from Sarah, it’s a true Cinderella story. I can’t wait to get started! Make sure you pre-order the first book in the series Sleepless in Manhattan, out on the 10th of March. 

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